Before collectors open the doors at Bakehouse Art Complex, they should spend a few minutes admiring the Art Deco architecture of this former bakery building. Once inside, George Lindemann and other art collectors are sure to find something to add to their collection from the always changing juried emerging and mid-career artists that are allowed to exhibit their works in this delightful space. Overseen by Bibi Baloyra, this space always has something interesting going on to attract collectors. This gallery is still in its original Wynwood location.
Robert Fontaine Gallery
For over five years, the Robert Fontaine Gallery has been a popular stop for collectors looking for American pop art. The new gallery located at t 2121 NW Second Avenue offers high ceilings, two floor design layouts and an outstanding Contemporary Art gallery filled with consigned works of art by many artists with a particular emphasis on urban and street art.
Pan American Art Projects
Pan American Art Projects is now located at 6300 NW 2nd Avenue in the Little Haiti neighborhood of Miami. This group of artist does an outstanding job of presenting emerging artists from Central and South America to adoring fans in Miami. With the move, the organization has now opened up an archives section located next door to the main gallery which they are calling PAAP Annex.
Bringing thought-provoking visual works of art to Miami art collectors has always been the focus of the Butter Gallery which is overseen by Francisco De La Torre. There multi-room exhibit space is now located in the Gesamtkunstwerk building located just east of the Wynwood district. Francisco has also opened up space in the nearby Projektraum that will showcase works outside the traditional visual arts categories.
Art collectors may have to go a little further to find great art to add to their collections in Miami. The trips, however, will be worthwhile. Make your plans to visit these galleries today.