When you think about Miami, you generally picture palms trees, the perfect beach, endless parties and amazing hotels. Miami is also home of leading contemporary art fairs and is a model of Art Deco architecture.
With its diverse and dynamic cultural life, Miami is an open-air museum.
- The Wynwood Art district has really impressed me, showcasing numerous talented and diverse artists. It’s my favorite street-art walk so far.
- I also headed to the Design district, a luxury fashion destination, where you can appreciate outspoken and Instagram worthy sculptures.
- In South Beach Miami, I did not only enjoy its sandy beaches, I admire its art deco treasures. A rare experience where you can swim in front of decorated lifeguard towers.
Scroll down to discover Miami’s art treasures.
The Wynwood Art District
Paradise – Artist: Lakwena
Artist: Os Gemos
Artist: El Pez
Artist: Tristan Eaton
Artist: Eduardo Kobra
Artist: Oliver Gal
Artist: Elisabetta Fantone
Artist: David Walker
The Wynwood Building
Myth Fortuna – Artist: Mark Quinn – Kate Moss Sculpture
Swinging chairs – Opera Gallery
Le Corbusier – Artist: Xavier Veilhan
Love – Artist: Robert Indiana
South Beach Miami
The Carlyle Miami
The Raleigh Hotel
Photographs: Nicolas Comil and Julia Comil
For more information about the art walk, see Huffington Post: A Self-Guided Walking Tour Of Miami Street Art and the Wynwood Map
Head to my post “Miami Art walk under 90°F – Style issue” for outfits credit