Continuing in our tradition to help locals and travelers navigate the real side of Miami, we’re unveiling a brand new map just in time for Art Basel. Instead of focusing on just a single neighborhood, we decided to help those making their way to The Magic City by instilling them with a much-needed sense of direction. Move through the city and make your itineraries with relative knowledge of what you can get done in one day by checking out the shows, galleries, and museums that are close to each other, as well as the beloved hangs nearby to get you through it. Check out another great design by local illustrator extraordinaire, Beth Rhodes.
Art Basel Miami Beach
Aqua Art Miami – The premier destination for prominent collectors and art aficionados to procure works by young, emerging and mid-career artists.
Design Miami – More than a marketplace for design, where the world’s top galleries gather to present museum-quality exhibitions of twentieth and twenty-first century furniture, lighting and objets d’art.
Ink Miami Art Fair – Transforms the historic Suites of Dorchester hotel into distinctive art galleries, surrounded by a verdant and tranquil courtyard.
Pulse Miami Beach – Experience the energy of stimulating art and balance it with cocktails in hammocks and engaging conversations with friends over a meal.
Scope Miami Beach – SCOPE will welcome 134 diverse contemporary exhibitors featuring The New Contemporary, a genre that stands as a critical contribution to both global politics and local community engagement.
Superfine Miami – When people think “emerging art fair”, they might not picture Superfine! off the bat: a maze of beautifully finished ten foot high walls adorned with the top contemporary art from around the world, programming that’s educational, enlightening, and entertaining, and a whole new take on what a contemporary art fair should be.
Untitled, Miami Beach – An international, curated art fair founded in 2012 that focuses on curatorial balance and integrity across all disciplines of contemporary art.
Art Miami – In its 30th year, Art Miami maintains a preeminent position in America’s modern and contemporary art fair market and is globally recognized as a primary destination for the acquisition of the most important works from the 20th and 21st centuries.
Art Beat Miami Art Fair – Art Beat Miami is an experience of art, cultural exchange, food, fashion & music inspired by Haiti and artists worldwide.
Art of Black Miami – The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) celebrates its 5th Annual GMCVB Art of Black Miami initiatives, a marketing platform and destination driver that showcases the diversity of the visual arts locally, nationally and internationally, celebrating the black diaspora.
Context Art Fair – CONTEXT Art Miami’s open atmosphere creates a meaningful dialogue between artists, galleries and collectors while providing the ultimate platform for the presentation of mid-career, emergent and cutting-edge talent by emerging and established galleries.
Miami River Art Fair – Monumental sculpture and installations by international artists on a public sculpture mall on the banks of the historic Miami River, and steps away from the fair.
NADA Miami – Dedicated to showcasing new art and to celebrating the rising talents from around the globe.
Prizm Art Fair – Expanding the spectrum of exhibiting international artists from Africa, the African diaspora and emerging markets, who reflect global trends in contemporary art.
Hive – HIVE 2019 is where mixology, technology and the culinary arts converge for Miami Art Week.
Dimensions – DIMENSIONS is a multisensory interactive art and music pop-up experience.
Pinta Miami – Crossing Cultures gets ready for its 13th edition, where different projects with international curators are to be showcased, offering a unique platform to what’s a Latin American art fair with a global perspective.
Red Dot Miami – A modern and contemporary art show in the heart of Miami featuring an international slate of 75+ galleries showing over 500 leading artists.
Spectrum Miami – Discover Spectrum Miami, a curated contemporary art show in the heart of Miami’s artsiest ’hood. Returning to the Wynwood Arts District, Spectrum Miami is taking over the iconic Mana Wynwood.
MANA Contemporary – Based in the historic 777 International Mall in Downtown Miami, Mana Contemporary Miami is a growing arts center that unites artist studios, exhibition spaces, and programming to facilitate conversation and collaboration.
Miami Street Photography Festival (HistoryMiami) – An international photography festival showcasing the best of contemporary street and documentary photography.
PRIMARY. – a context and research driven arts collective with a focus on public art.
Locust Projects – Miami’s longest-running alternative art space, Locust Projects is an incubator of new art and ideas commissioning ambitious new work from many emerging artists.
&gallery – &gallery’s primary mission has been to support South Florida artists. The practice began as an art and exhibition space for contemporary art and design in Miami’s Little Haiti neighborhood, which has since expanded into much more.
Wynwood Walls – Since its inception, the Wynwood Walls program has seen over 50 artists representing 16 countries and have covered over 80,000 square feet of walls. They have become must see international destination.
ICA Miami – Dedicated to promoting continuous experimentation in contemporary art, advancing new scholarship, and fostering the exchange of art and ideas throughout the Miami region and internationally.
Spinello Projects – Contemporary art program & gallery featuring a variety of work by experimental artists.
Lemon City Studios – Lemon City Studios is a holistic multipurpose creative event space and hub for music, arts, networking and transformative experiences.
The Bass – Historic art deco space featuring diverse art, artifacts & sculpture garden, plus films & lectures.
PAMM – The Pérez Art Museum Miami —officially known as the Jorge M. Pérez Art Museum of Miami-Dade County—is a contemporary art museum that relocated in 2013 to the Museum Park in Downtown Miami, Florida.
Bakehouse Art Complex – Founded in 1985 by artists and for artists in a former industrial Art Deco-era bakery, Bakehouse Art Complex provides studio residencies, infrastructure, and community to enable the highest level of artistic creativity, development, and collaboration for the most promising talent.
Rubell Collection Museum – Relocated from their landmark home on Wynwood to a new, larger space in Allapattah, th Rubell Family Collection is one of the biggest private contemporary art collection in North America.
Faena Art District – A new neighborhood rooted in the arts, Faena District is catalyzing a cultural renaissance in Miami, creating vibrant community connections between North and South Beach.
Wilzig Erotic Art Museum – Founded in 2005 by Naomi Wilzig, WEAM is the only museum in the US dedicated to the showcasing and preservation of erotic art from all over the world.
Luminosa at Jungle Island – In partnership with Zigong Lantern Group and China Lantern International, which is the #1 industry leader in Chinese Lantern Festivals worldwide, Jungle Island will invite visitors from around the globe to marvel at a nighttime jungle filled with giant lanterns, up lit by over 1 million LED lights and hand-crafted out of colorful silk by Chinese artisans, from October 5, 2019 to January 8, 2020.
CCE Miami – Centro Cultural Español de Cooperación Iberoamericana, Inc. was founded in 1996. Organized for charitable, educational, artistic, and cultural purposes as set forth in Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code that aims to promote and foster cultural cooperation, local creativity and the creation of a space for dialogue and exchange by means of a culturally relevant and continuous annual program.
David Castillo Gallery – The David Castillo Gallery is an art gallery in Miami Beach, Florida. The gallery was opened by David Castillo in 2005 to show mid-career and emerging artists.
Bill Brady Gallery – Bill Brady Gallery showcases a diverse list of US based and internationally emerging and established artists.
De la Cruz collection – The de la Cruz Collection is an art museum owned by the Cuban-born American businessman Carlos de la Cruz and his wife Rosa. It houses their art collection and is open to the public free of charge
Artechouse – At the crossroads of art, science and technology, ARTECHOUSE brings true 21st century art experience as the first innovative platform for experiential, genre-bending, one-of-a-kind multimedia art exhibitions and explorations.
Casa Cor Miami – CASACOR Miami the most complete architecture, interior and landscaping design exhibition in North America, returns for its third year during Art Basel at Miami’s Brickell City Centre.
Nina Johnson – Nina Johnson is a contemporary art space in Miami, Florida. Since 2007, the gallery has produced exhibitions by emerging and established artists from around the world.
Mindy Solomon –
Mindy Solomon Gallery specializes in contemporary emerging and mid-career artists and art advisory services. The gallery represents artists working in painting, sculpture, photography, and video in both narrative and non-objective styles.
Yo Space Miami – Founded in April 2011, what began as a passion for art, music and our 305 culture has evolved into a comprehensive network of artists, musicians, DJs, comedians, craft breweries, chefs and more.
Superchief – Superchief has a history of supporting artists from disparate scenes & collectives, enabling them to participate in the larger community. As a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary platform, Superchief Gallery is an extension of the cultural landscape in its most raw and honest form.
Moksha Arts Collective – From its inception, the artistic collective known as Moksha Arts Collective has been a nexus of cultural and artistic expression. Comprised of artists, musicians, technicians, and visionaries, they celebrate the mystery that unites us with an eclectic mix of performances by individuals and groups from the local and international communities.
WYN 317 – WYN 317 is a gallery designed to spotlight Miami’s unique urban landscape by providing a local’s touch. It’s an authentic space where fresh, up-and-coming, mid-career, and established native and international artists intersect with local legends.
Emerson Dorsch – Emerson Dorsch is a contemporary art gallery with two complementary roles: to represent a core group of select South Florida-based artists, to host and represent excellent emerging and mid-career visiting artists.
Void Projects – Void Projects is a cultural platform initiated by artist Axel Void. This ‘pop up’ series of artist led projects seeks to encourage a public dialogue outside of the conventional art space.
Taquiza (North Beach) – A great place for happy hour, lunch or dinner with fresh signature blue corn tortillas made on the spot.
Collins Park – A sweeping and beautiful public park at the entrance of The Bass Museum with colorful public art on display.
The Broken Shaker – One of our absolute favorite spots in Miami, The charming cocktail-driven, poolside oasis inside The Freehand.
Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Co. – Voted best bar in the city, the eclectic vibe at Sweet Liberty is perfect for escaping the bustle of the big Beachside art shows.
The Corner – While people flock here in the wee hours, this Downtown bar is also a great happy hour option a few blocks away from PAMM and the big tents.
All Day Miami – A trendy hang for breakfast at any time of day right next door to The Corner.
Mama Tried – If you’re hanging in Downtown for the day, get in a good dance session at this intimate dive.
Jaguar Sun – Easily the best spot for mixologist-driven cocktails in Downtown.
Las Rosas – Just the kind of seedy, alternative dive you want to end your night at if near Wynwood or Allapattah.
Veza Sur Brewing Co. – While this Wynwood brewery can get busy quick, it’s still the best in terms of all-around vibe and energy.
Miam Cafe – Our favorite coffee shop in Wynwood, Miam offers a cozy, light-filled location with a European flare.
Morgan’s Wynwood – The Midtown favorite has opened its doors in the old Zak the Baker location for the intimate, romantic digs Wynwood has been severely missing. Perfect for a glass of wine and some oysters to re-boot.
Le Chick Miami – Easily one of the most decadent yet solid meals in Wynwood, this is the best happy hour offering in the arts district.
Gramps – A funky hang in the heart of Wynwood, Gramps offers multiple experiences in one: dark lobby bar, outdoor tiki hangs, and currently, a Christmas-themed pop-up bar in the back.
Beaker & Gray – On the edge of Wynwood, this is a great place for a nicer dinner or drinks on your way to your next stop.
St Roch Market – If you’re spending time frolicking through the Design District checking out the public art, galleries, and window displays, head to this sleek food hall to fix your decision fatigue.
Mandolin Aegean Bistro – One of Miami’s most solid and unwavering restaurants, Mandolin is a Mediterranean slice of heaven just blocks away from the Design District.
Lagniappe – If you’re still in the area and are looking for something low-key to do at night, there’s no better place for good jazz in the city.
Deco Coffee Roasters – A light-filled coffee shop in Allapattah, Deco is perfect for starting your museum-hopping day right.
The Citadel – If you make it up to Little Haiti, Little River, or MiMo for any of their many art fairs and galleries, this food hall is a great option for re-fueling or getting a drink with a rooftop view of the city.
The Anderson – Another great option for that area, if you’re looking for drinks and eats in a down-to-earth, backyard setting.
Ironside Miami – One of Miami’s best kept secrets, Ironside is a charming oasis of ateliers and galleries, and boasts its very own bakery and Italian eatery on-site.
Sweat Records – You can’t pass through Little Haiti and not stop at one of Miami’s best and oldest record shops for a little crate digging.
Technique Records – A new record shop in Upper Eastside, they specialize in used and imported records, tapes, cult movies, books and more.
The Standard – This might be a no-brainer and thus a popular hotspot during Basel, but you truly can’t beat the sunset views from The Standard. They usually always have something fun going on during this time of year, too.
Conos – If you’re on the beach and need a quick spot to pop in for an easy bite and a brew, this is the one.
Swizzle Rum Bar & Drinkery – A speakeasy-inspired bar on South Beach in an intimate setting offering up sophisticated craft cocktails and a selection of more than 150 rums.
The Betsy Hotel – Pop in here for an afternoon coffee and take a look around the historical hotel’s various art exhibits going on.
The Wharf – While the rowdiness of this riverside pop-up isn’t usually our cup of tea, their local artists exhibition during Basel is definitely drawing us.