Wynwood Arts District
BAC re-opens galleries and garden from Friday, November 13
The Season includes Five On Site-Specifics Works created for the Interior and Exterior Spaces of the Complex’s Campus.
VantaBlack will present Say Their Names: A Public Art Memorial Project,, a large-scale mural on the western facade of our building along NW 6th Avenue. Say Their Names will be on view beginning October 30, 2020 and accessible to visitors 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
On the north-facing wall of our campus along NW 33nd Street, Bakehouse resident artist Martiza Caneca presents a large-scale photographic mural titled Maritza Caneca: Arts and Recreation.
Within the Bakehouse, at the Love Gallery, resident artist Lauren Shapiro will present Future Pacific, an immersive, site-specific installation that merges art, science, and technology to spread awareness about the impact of climate change and its devastating effects on marine ecosystems.
Situated just outside the Love Gallery, Amanda Linares, who participated in Bakehouse’s inaugural Summer Painting Open program, will present Between islands and peninsulas.,
Installed as large vinyl prints on wooden stakes in the Bakehouse garden (facing NW 32 Street), resident artist Clara Toro will present Stakeholders: Wynwood Norte, a photographic project that has involved the documentation of the facades of the single-family homes of Wynwood Norte.
The Bakehouse Art Complex was set in motion in the mid-1980s by a few artists who, with support from the City of Miami and Miami-Dade County’s Community Development Block Grant programs, acquired a 33,000 square-foot former Art Deco-era industrial bakery (built 1926) situated on a 2.3-acre parcel (96K sq. ft footprint) in the then-blighted neighborhood of Wynwood. Their aim was to protect artists from future real estate booms and gentrification by acquiring their own site and providing in perpetuity affordable spaces for artists.
Bakehouse Art Complex / bac561 NW 32nd. St
Miami, Fl. 33127
P: 305 576 2828