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By: Casey Kendall

Greater Miami & Miami Beach is a hub of art and culture year-round, but during Art Basel Miami Beach and Miami Art Week our art museums and private collections pull out all the stops with many special events. Here’s a list of what to check out.

Garden entrance at The Rubell Museum
Visit Allapattah's El Espacio 23 and The Rubell Museum, pictured above


El Espacio 23

El Espacio 23 offers works and special projects drawn from the Pérez Collection, by appointment only.

  • “You Know Who You Are”: Cuban art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection acquired since 2017

Rubell Museum

The Rubell Museum will offer several exhibitions during Miami Art Week:

  • November 28: “Alexander Diop” opens
  • New acquisitions and highlights from the permanent collection


SuperBlue is an experiential art space.

  • November 17-August 2023: “Pulse Topology,” an immersive art installation by Mexican-Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
  • November 28-December 4: SuperBlue partners with Meta's Aerobanquents, providing a multi-sensory dining experience focused on perception of taste in mixed-reality.
Art piece in front of the Lowe Art Museum
Don't miss the Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami

Coral Gables

Lowe Art Museum

The Lowe Art Museum is located on the campus of the University of Miami.

  • "A Fine Line: Highlights from the Berkowitz Contemporary Foundation"
  • "Alex Trimino: Stitching the Gap"
  • "Charles White: A Little Higher"
PAMM's Gardens and view of the bay
Check out Carlos Cruz-Diez's immersive environment at the Pérez Art Museum Miami

Downtown Miami


Pérez Art Museum Miami offers “Chromosaturation,” an immersive environment by Carlos Cruz-Diez.

  • December 3: Art at a Time Like This and PAMM Present: “8x5: Artists & Justice,” panel discussion
  • “Leandro Erlich: Liminal”
  • Christo Drawings
  • "Simone Leigh: Trophallaxis"
  • "George Segal: Abraham's Farewell to Ishmael"
Entrance of The Bass
Stop by The Bass

Miami Beach

The Bass

The Bass contemporary art museum offers extended museum hours with general admission during Miami Art Week, from November 27 through December 4.

  • Opens November 27: “The End of Imagination,” a solo exhibition by Adrián Villar Rojas
  • November 28-December 5: Daily Highlights Tour from 1-2 p.m.
  • “The Harvesters” solo exhibition by Jamilah Sabur
  • “Phraseology” by various artists

No Vacancy, Miami Beach

The City of Miami Beach, in collaboration with the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority, presents the third edition of No Vacancy, Miami Beach, a juried art competition that showcases Miami Beach hotels as destination art spaces.

Participating hotels are:

  • Avalon Hotel Miami
  • The Betsy South Beach
  • Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club
  • The Catalina Hotel & Beach Club
  • Hotel Croydon Miami Beach
  • Esmé Miami Beach Hotel
  • Fontainebleau Miami Beach
  • Faena Miami Beach
  • International Inn on the Bay
  • Loews Miami Beach Hotel
  • Riviera Suites South Beach
  • Royal Palm South Beach
Entrance of The Wolfsonian-FIU
Come see a special exhibition by Roberto Lugo at The Wolfsonian-FIU

The Wolfsonian-FIU

The Wolfsonian-FIU is home to one of country’s largest university art collections devoted to design and the decorative arts.

  • Opens November 28: “Street Shrines” by artist and activist Roberto Lugo
Garden sculptures at The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (ICA)
Interact with art at The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (ICA)

Miami Design District

Visitors can see “Tomorrow Land,” a series of playful sculptures, seating and ornamentation by Studio Proba sprinkled throughout the Miami Design District and play a virtual game using AR technology by Enjoy the Weather.

Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (ICA)

The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (ICA) always offers free admission.

  • “Michel Majerus: Progressive Aesthetics – first U.S. museum survey”
  • “Nina Chanel Abney: Big Butch Energy”
  • “Hervé Télémaque: 1959-1964”

North Miami

Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami

The Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami offers programs for children on the first Saturday and Sunday of each month.

  • “Didier William: Nou Kite Tout Sa Dèyè”
  • “Leah Gordon: Kanaval”
  • Art on the Plaza: VantaBlack’s “To What Lengths”
Exterior of Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU
Stop by Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU


Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU is located on the campus of Florida International University.

  • Through December 4: “Rafael Soldi: A Body in Transit”
  • “In the Mind's Eye: Landscapes of Cuba”
Wynwood Walls
Explore Wynwood's galleries and outdoor art


The Bakehouse Art Complex

The Bakehouse Art Complex invites Miami Art Week attendees to explore its exhibitions, including artist studios and indoor and outdoor works.

  • Gabriela García: "Disposability Disrupted" and "New Topographies, 25.7617° N, 80.1918 W°"
  • "Chris Dougnac: Temple, Rock, Cloud"

Center for Visual Communication

The Center for Visual Communication presents “Miami Creative: A Decade of Transformation,” launching a new book of more than 200 photos by Barry Fellman that celebrate the Miami Creative Movement. Meet the artists at an open house November 30-December 2. The Miami Creative Movement group exhibition (November 19-March 15) brings together new works by Carlos Betancourt, Edouard Duval-Carrie, Mira Lehr, Robert Thiele, John Bailly, Jacqueline Gopie, Karen Rifas, Asser Saint-Val, David Marsh, Paola Gracey, Regina Jestrow, Gustavo Oviedo, Robert McKnight, Pablo Contriciani, Walter Darby Bannard and Lynne Gelfman.

The Margulies Collection

The Margulies Collection at The Warehouse offers coffee and art for a $10 admission fee.

  • November 30 and throughout the week: View current exhibitions at Coffee at the Warehouse.
  • “The Italians”
  • “The Bitter Years”
  • “New European and American Painters and Sculptors”
  • “New Media”
Exterior of the Museum of Graffiti
Celebrate Miami Art Week at the Museum of Graffiti

Museum of Graffiti

The Museum of Graffiti celebrates Miami Art Week 2022 with special events, including:

  • Nov. 30: Opening of feature exhibition “OLÉ,” showcasing works from four Brazilian graffiti artists from Sao Paolo’s VLOK graffiti crew.
  • “Writers on Wax: The Sound of Graffiti” is an exhibition and vinyl-only compilation album featuring exclusive tracks by music producers who are more (in)famous as graffiti writers than as musicians.
  • “Meet Todd James!” features the work of an American artist who bridged the gap between the worlds of graffiti, commercial art and fine art.

Wynwood Walls

The Wynwood Walls murals are ever-evolving. Exciting additions are underway in preparation for Miami Art Week. These changes are expected to be completed by November 28.

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