Second Saturday
Upper Wynwood Arts District Openings
Last Thursday
Until 8 pM
36th Street

51NW 36th St.
Miami, FL 33127
305 573 9994
Gallery Hours
Mon - Fri 11:00 - 7:30
Sat 1- 6
Private viewing by appt.

Wynwood Gallery Night Reception Saturday April 10, 5 - 11

Dot 51
Maria Cristina Carbonell, An Idyllic World, Video.
Until April 30
Goody Two Shoes. New work by Leslie Gabaldon.
An idyllic world. By Maria Cristina Carbonell. (Project Room Second)

Leslie Gabaldon Goody Two-Shoes:
“The phrase ‘Goody two-shoes’, often used to describe an excessively or annoyingly virtuous person, has in recent years developed a more negative connotation, implying that the virtuousness of a goody two-shoes is insincere.“

Leslie Gabaldon’s brazenly and naughtily entitled “Goody Two-Shoes” stems from this notion and continues with the exploration sparked by “Domestic Intimacies” (2007) in which the artist entered the secret moments of a household’s everyday life. “Goody Two-Shoes” will present a series of photographic work that embodies an expression of women's sociological memory and their personal, ideological, and professional issues in the contemporary world.

Maria Cristina Carbonell An Idyllic World:
In the gallery project room, a series of paintings, sculptures, and video art compose artist Maria Cristina Carbonell’s “An Idyllic World”, a showing that translates ideas of female identity, intimacy, and being.

“An Idyllic World is the private, intimate, and seemingly schizophrenic universe of the feminine characters I have created in my videos and paintings. My heroines are inspired by Nordic fairytales as well as by old legends and myths”
Maria Cristina Carbonell


46 NW 36th St.
Miami FL,33127
P: 305 448 2060 

Mon - Fri 11 - 6 Sat. by appt.

Wynwood Gallery Night Reception Saturday April 10, 7 - 10

Dot 51
Sergio Garcia

Self, Symbols & The Spirit. Sergio Garcia, Evelyn Valdirio, Nicolas Leiva, Lili(ana), Mariano Costa Peuser and Emilio Adan
Often working on parallel themes and approaching ideas from common view point, the artists will present works with an uncommon synergy showing paintings, photography, sculptures and installation. Although the artist’s origins are widely different the final product is singular to each. One can see the link of creative thought that guides their artistic production inspired by a vocabulary of diverse contemporary cultures. These works address the identity of humanity by the use of the Self, Symbols and The Spirit, as metaphors.

17 NW 36th St.
Miami, FL 33127
305 573 6303
Gallery Hours
by appt.

Meet the Artist
Gallery Night Reception
Sat Mar 13, 7 – 10

Dot 51
Daniel Bottero, Reaching To Love, mixed media on canvas, 2006, 86 x 82 in.

Daniel Bottero. The Love of the Poet
“Our past, our present and our future all influence my paintings. Each painting I create is an essential part of my inner being. My work speaks many languages, communicates on several levels at the same time. A unique psychological interaction between reality and fantasy, one that transports the observer into a dreamlike encounter with the sublime.” Daniel Bottero

"Bottero is ... a poet painter, that is, a painter who uses the medium to convey the poetry of his emotions ..." Donald Kuspit

Today Bottero works in his studios in the Wynwood Arts District of Miami and in Buenos Aires. Bottero graduated from the National School of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires. He earned his Master’s Degree at the Academia Italiana di Belle Arti, Lucca, Italy. From 1986 to 1990 Bottero resided and worked in Paris. Since 1990 he has lived and worked in New York. Bottero’s work has been shown throughout the world. His paintings are featured in the corporate collections of Citibank, Xerox, Avon, Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan Chase Bank.

North Miami Avenue

3326 N Miami Ave.
Miami, Fl 33127
305 984 0650
Gallery hours:
Tues - Fri 10 - 6
Sat 11 - 4

Opening Reception Saturday April 10, 7 – 10

Robert Mazerolle, Irresistible, Summer 2009, 30 x 32 in. Limited series of 8. Textile wall hanging / construction
Robert Mazerolle. Attraction
Canadian sculptor, Robert Mazerolle first solo show in Miami. The subject is female breasts: “those semiotic symbols all things desirable, yet hidden from view. Displayed, yet covered. Symbolic, yet functional. Stimulators of interest or disinterest; of anxiety and comfort; of danger and amusement”.

Ena Marrero. Sheer Lithium
This installation where the main elements are briquettes, embodies the objective to the subjective…ideas, facts, memory, perception and sensation to a ‘meta-body of forms and dimension.

32nd Street

561 NW 32 St
Miami, FL 33127
305 576 2828
Gallery hours:
Mon - Sun, 12 - 5

Opening Reception Friday April 9, 7 – 10
Live Music

BakehouseChristopher Carter
en:twined. Cesar Barroso, Martin Carbajal, Daniel Fila, Regina Jestrow. Curated by Lauren Wagner
en:twined is a collaborative BAC exhibition featuring BAC resident artists who have been chosen 'Best in Show' by curators over the past season. By avoiding the rigidity and preciseness of geometric shapes, the artists are concentrated in exploring organic forms and patterns. en:twined twists together fiber art, photography, painting and street art to create a comprehensive study of our surroundings and its natural reoccurrences.

Sculpture. Featuring BAC Resident and Associate Artists
The Bakehouse Art Complex's fourth installment of this series focuses solely on the medium of sculpture. Bakehouse artists have access to facilities for woodworking, welding and ceramics, and use them on a daily basis. This exhibition will allow our artists to bring their work inside and will include a variety of media.

29th Street The Corridor

82 NE 29th St.
Wynwood Arts District
Miami, Fl 33137
305 441 2005
Gallery Hours
Tue – Fri: 10 - 6

kelleyCarmelo Arden Quin, Coplanal blanc-blue, 1945, oil on wood,
35 x 27 cm
Arden Quin. Bolívar. Bay. Kosice. Llorens. Laañ. Rothfuss. Uricchio.
Eight artists that were part of the Madí group. Madí is a modern art movement known for bright colors and bold geometric forms. In architecture, sculpture and painting, Madí art uses abundant circles, waves, spheres, arches, spirals, and stripes. The word Madí may be originated in letters taken from the name Carmelo Arden Quin, the Uruguayan artist who founded the Madí movement in the 1940’s. Or perhaps the term comes from the English word mad, or from the Spanish description of the movement Movimiento Artístico de Invención.

The focal point of the Madí movement was a break within the figurative tradition. Some of the most original innovations of this movement were the concepts of invention as an aesthetic artistic method and the irregular or trimmed frame. The leimotiv od the Madí was to break the representation line in art in favor of the idea of presenting the work of art as an object itself, showing its own elements without any further reference to reality.


50 NE 29 St. N Miami Ave
Miami, Fl 33127
305 444 0004
Gallery Hours
Tue - Fri 10- 5 and by appointment

Wynwood Art Walk Reception Saturday April 10, 7 - 10

kelleyClara Huisman, Hairball Cosmology

Until May 1
Hairball Cosmology, group exhibition
Curated by Tomm El-Saieh.

Hairball Cosmology, a group exhibition paintings by young emerging artists including talented students from the New World School of the Arts. The concept of Time in contrast to Objects, and Time as a non-linear moment along with other contemporary themes inform this provocative, off-beat showing.



98 NW 29th St
Miami, FL 33127
305 576 8116

Opening Reception Saturday April 10, 7 – 10

Luis PerezAlexis Rodriguez-Duarte

Until May 29
Sticky & Sweet. Eurydice, Carl Pascuzzi, Diane Arrieta, Jonathan Stein, Alexis Rodriguez-Duarte and Spunk and The Orange Kittens

The unveiling of the exhibit, which explicitly explores sexual freedom, expression and all related taboos – a-la-Madonna – will be celebrated with an opening reception featuring beats byDJ Johnny the Boy and complimentary cocktails.

In a society where sexual liberation often has a tongue-in-cheek political innuendo, “Sticky & Sweet” examines sexuality as a means for personal identity through both self-expression and social labeling. Featured artists Eurydice, Carl Pascuzzi, Diane Arrieta, Jonathan Stein, Alexis Rodriguez-Duarte and Spunk and The Orange Kittens use their craft to shed light on sexuality as it relates to human nature – key elements being ambiguity, eroticism as well as overt and graphic references.


LUIS PEREZ GALERÍAat the Awarehouse
550 NW 29th St.
Miami, Fl 33127
305 379 3763

Wynwood Art Walk Reception Saturday April 10, 7 - 10

Luis PerezJesus Rafael Soto, Cubo y esfera virtual, 1994, wood, aluminum, nylon and plexiglass, 3.60 X 1.20 X 1.20 m./ 11.3/4 X 4 X 4 in.

Adopt a Classroom Fundraising.
Tata Navia. Edgar Negret. Soto.
Also featuring a special announcement from Adopt-A-Classroom Board Member, Eddy Bareo.

Second Saturday

Design District Art & Design Night Openings


1 NE 40 Street, #5
Miami, FL 33137
786 362 5546
Mon. – Sat. 11-6

Reception on honor of the artist on Thursday April 8,5:30 – 9:30


Art & Design Night Reception in the presence of the artist Saturday April 10, 7 – 10

PressitonImageAlain Godon, Right Turn Purple. Mixed media on aluminum

French Artist Alain Godon Paints the Town. BuildoReliefo
Meet painter, sculptor and photographer Alain Godon, who captures cameos of everyday life, and uses his playful imagination to create scenes of Paris, Amsterdam, New York and the posh resort Le Touquet, France. Now Godon comes to South Florida to see the sites and get inspiration for his next series of artwork about Miami. There is a reception in his honor on April 8th, from 5:30pm to 9:30pm at the godonAmerica Gallery.

Exhibit of Godon’s BuildoReliefo works on exhibit through
June 8.


101 NE 40th St.
Miami, FL 33137
305 573 2101
Tue – Sat: 11 – 7

Opening Reception with the artist on
Saturday April 10, 7 – 10

101Michael Costello, Sam with Eggs and Spam, Oil on Canvas, 2007, 72 x 48 in.

On view April 10 – May 4
Michael Costello Paints
Childhood Myths Grown Up
The art of Michael Costello, a Boston-based contemporary realist painter, plays with perceptions of beauty, sexuality and maturity. Conventional standards of attraction are attacked and provoked in each brush stroke, while the complete image speaks of the marginalization of the individual in a society based on esthetic. His work has been described as “childhood myths grown up and, therefore, uncomfortable mirrors on our own memories and perceptions of our maturity.”

John Sutherland, a collector of Costello’s paintings and close friend of the artist, said: “I find his work a complete representation of the painter himself. Often finding as much of him as his subject matter in each work. This naturally is the hallmark of visual language at its best and what any student, collector, academic or passive patron could hope to find when pursuing another man’s experience regardless of medium or expression.”

During the past thirty years, Costello’s work has been exhibited extensively throughout New England and is included in numerous public and private collections including The Abrams Collection, The Federal Reserve, The Kemper Collection, and the Boston Public Library. In 2007, Costello was one of five artists chosen to be a Pollack Krasner Byrdcliffe Master. The Byrdcliffe Art Colony was founded by Ralph Radcliffe Whitehead to establish an environment in which artists could return to working while inspired by their natural surroundings. Michael began his artistic studies at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and later received a graduate degree from the Massachusetts College of Art.


3618 NE 2nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33137
305 588 2912
Hours: Saturday 11 to 6pm – Weekdays by appointment

Opening Reception Saturday April 10, 6 – 9

PressitonImageDon McMclain, March - Blue Moon, 1990, 65 x 70 in.

Don McClain. Timeless Joy of Life

Don McClain first solo exhibition in the Miami Design District. This exclusive exhibition is a conversation between a gifted artist and the fleeting yet cyclical character of nature. The landscapes capture the unexcelled beauty of the natural world through the harmony of his colors and brush strokes.

“ My personality dictates the necessity to be primarily self-taught and uninfluenced, in an independent attempt to visually express feelings original and personal, that encompasses the timeless joy of life I experience.”—Don McClain

Miriam Fernandes Gallery boasts a collection of unique and extraordinary artists from Brazil and America, with an emphasis on exclusivity, education and long-term investments. Miriam Fernandes Gallery will strive to be the place for art and culture in Miami.


Diaspora Vibe Gallery
3938 N. Miami Ave.
Miami, FL 33127
305 573 4046


Tues – Fri 11-6,
Sat. By Appt.

Opening Reception on Thursday April 9, 7 – 10

Artist Talk on
Saturday April 10, 2 – 4

Art & Design Night Reception on
Saturday April 10, 7 – 10

PressitonImageCaiphus Moore, Rum Shop (Detail)

Until May 20th
Objects of Desire. Rodney Jackson and Caiphus Moore

A unique art movement has emerged combining the dynamic and interrelated worlds of comics, anime and hip-hop, with the elements of modern art. This movement celebrates its multi-cultural, international influence on science fiction, action and adventure and other confluences within and surrounding present day artistic culture. This movement is defined by an inspired, original approach to existing entertainment media that redefines the media itself. In the spirit of this, R. Jackson has coined this new genre “DON?” in tribute to the famed hip-hop producer J Dilla whose last work, the magnum opus “Donuts” left an indelible mark on that industry.

R. Jackson & Caiphus are pushing DON? into the realm of Pop Art. With DON?POP they explore the meaning of desire as it relates to spirituality in the context of popular culture. This new work challenges viewers to examine their desires and the reason they exist.

Diaspora Vibe Gallery is a multi-disciplinary art space serving as a laboratory for emerging artists of the Caribbean Diaspora and other artists of color, providing them with a contemporary sensibility to explore and experiment with new forms and cultural themes.