The Miami Art Scene: Part 2 – Art Galleries

Fredric Snitzer Gallery

The previous post on the Miami Art Scene covered Art Museums. I mentioned that Miami has congregations of galleries such as the Miami Design District, Coral Gables, Calle Ocho, Wynwood, Downtown Miami, and Lincoln Road. However, galleries are found throughout the Greater Miami area in every Miami-Dade County municipality.

Every type of art is represented and artists hail from everywhere in the world. The following are some notable galleries you might want to consider visiting.

The Fredric Snitzer Gallery has been around since 1977. The gallery consists of 3,000 sq ft of indoor exhibition space and a 2,600 square foot outdoor sculpture garden. Art in all media is represented here including painting, sculpture, installation, drawing, photography, and performance art. Exhibitions are rotated at least eight times a year. 

Fredric Snitzer's extensive knowledge of the local Miami market led to his being asked to sit on the Art Basel selection committee. He has served on the committee throughout its history in Miami. 

Expect to see emerging and mid-career contemporary artists like Naomi Fisher, Erika Malzoni, José Bedia, James Wine, Ridley Howard, and Alice Aycock.

1540 NE Miami Court
Miami, FL 33132


Tue-Sat 11am-5pm



Digital art galleries have been popular in Europe and Asia. They are now taking off in the United States. Artechouse has been at the forefront of this exciting platform for bringing art to art lovers with galleries in Washington, D.C., New York, and Miami Beach.

Unlike traditional galleries, here the art surrounds you. It moves and interacts with you. Exhibits can be set to music and the experience is completely immersive. Not a traditional art gallery by any means, Artechouse is an innovative art space for new media artists.

736 Collins Ave.

Miami Beach, FL 33139


No Phone Support at this Time
Contact Artechouse through their contact form on their website Here.

Admission: Starting at $24
Children (4-15): Starting at $17
Children (under 4): Free
Students & Seniors (65+): Starting at $20
Military & First Responders: Starting at $20
Miami Locals: Starting at $19
Weekday Family Pack: Starting at $68
(2 adults, 2 children)
Anytime Tickets: $30 (Select a day, come anytime)

Mon-Sun 2pm-9pm

Last session begins at 8pm
Sessions are every 30 minutes and last for 60 minutes. 


Avant Gallery

Founded in Miami Beach in 2007, Avant Gallery focuses on well-established and early to mid-career contemporary artists. Media include contemporary photography, paintings, and sculptures. Avant has three locations in South Florida: in Miami at the Brickell City Centre; in West Palm Beach at the Square; and at the Aventura Mall. There is also a gallery in New York at Hudson Yards. 

Artist exhibited include Daniel Adel, Peter Anton, Amber Arbucci, Guy Le Baube, Will Kurtz, Léo Caillard, Lina Condes, Florian Eymann, Skyler Grey, LaSsO, Tyler Levitetz, Josh Mayhem, Christian D. Pope, Mick Rock, Becky Rosa, STMTS, Jacqueline Suowari, and Nick Veasey among others.

701 S. Miami Avenue, Suite 177C, Level 1
Miami, FL 33131

Avant Gallery

844-44AVANT toll-free

Mon-Sat 11:00am-7pm
Sun 12-6pm

©Sila Caufman
©Sila Caufman

David Castillo Gallery

The David Castillo Gallery opened in 2005. Since then, the gallery has been regularly mentioned in major publications such as The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The New Yorker, ARTnews, The Wall Street Journal, Artforum, Financial Times, Time Magazine, and The Guardian.

The gallery's participation in art fairs includes New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, Miami, Basel, and Paris. The gallery was voted one of the best booths in Basel.

David Castillo has exhibited works by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Wifredo Lam, Willem de Kooning, Pablo Picasso, Rufino Tamayo, Andy Warhol, and many others.

3930 NE 2nd Ave Suite 201
Miami, FL 33137

David Castillo Gallery

Tue–Sat 10:00am–6:00pm
or anytime by appointment


Bakehouse Art Complex

Wynwood’s Bakehouse Art Complex has been around since 1986. Once an Art Deco-era bakery, it has been transformed into galleries and studio residencies. Today the Bakehouse is home to 100 artists. Bakehouse breaks down barriers to entry for emerging artists providing studio residencies and access to resources such as galleries, print room, photo lab, ceramic room, kiln facilities, wood shop, and welding areas. 

Visitors can wander through the complex's 33,000 sq ft building and explore the 60 artist studios. During the quarterly open house, you can see artists at work and observe their creative process.

561 NW 32nd Street,

Miami, FL, 33127

Bakehouse Art Complex


Daily 12:00-5:00pm

©Joyce at STPI Gallery

Emerson Dorsch

Founded by Brook Dorsch in 1991, Emerson Dorsch has been a mainstay of contemporary art in Miami. The gallery was a part of the development of the Wynwood art district.

5900 NW 2nd Avenue, Little Haiti, FL

Emerson Dorsch

305 576 1278

Open Wed-Sat 12:00-5:00pm
Closed Sun-Tues


Oliver Cole Gallery

Founded in 2015, the gallery is dedicated to emerging, mid-career, and established international artists. 

2750 NW 3rd Avenue, Suite 22
Miami, FL 33127

Oliver Cole Gallery


Open Mon-Fri 10:00am-5:00pm
Sat-Sun by appointment only


Spinello Projects

Anthony Spinello first opened his gallery in 2005 at the age of 22. Spinello has become known for representing a diverse group of artists that challenge us to push the boundaries on the marginalized and champion solidarity.

2930 NW 7 Ave. 
Miami, FL 33127

Spinello Projects


Wed-Sat noon-5:00pm,
by appointment only


Mindy Solomon Gallery

Mindy Solomon Gallery specializes in contemporary emerging and mid-career artists. The gallery represents artists working in painting, sculpture, photography, and video. 

848 NW 22nd Street

Miami, FL 33127

Mindy Solomon Gallery


Tues-Sat 11:00am-5:00pm
and by appointment only


Nina Johnson

Founded by Nina Johnson in 2007 just a few months before the financial collapse. The gallery is a compound of buildings in Little Haiti and is recognized for a wide-ranging contemporary art program. The gallery has produced exhibitions by emerging and established artists from around the world. Nina Johnson loves art. Her much talked about home is overflowing with art and could be a gallery itself. 

6315 NW 2nd Ave

Miami, Fl 33150

Nina Johnson Gallery


Tue–Sat 11:00am–5:00pm


Diana Lowenstein Gallery

Diana Lowenstein began as a gallerist in Argentina. She moved to Miami, attracted by the growing art scene, and opened her gallery in 2000. She exhibits works by an international group of contemporary artists. Her gallery showcases paintings, sculptures, photography, and installations.  

326 NE 61st Street
Miami, FL 33137

Diana Lowenstein Gallery


Tue to Fri 10 - 5 pm
Sat 10 - 3 pm


Here Are More Galleries By Neighborhood

Art Fusion Gallery
Art Nouveau Gallery
Ascaso Gallery
Center for Visual Communication
Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation

Diana Lowenstein Gallery
Dot Fiftyone Gallery
Espace Expression
Fabien Castanier Gallery
Harold Golen Gallery
Irazoqui Art Gallery
Macaya Gallery
MIArt Space
Oliver Cole Gallery
N'Namdi Contemporary
Robert Fontaine Gallery
Sammer Gallery LLC
Spinello Projects
Waltman Ortega Fine Art
White Porch Gallery

Brickell / Downtown
Avant Gallery

Nina Torres Fine Art
Zenith Art & Fashion

Design District
Art Angels
MaMan Fine Art
Markowicz Fine Art
Mora Studio + Gallery
Opera Gallery

Little Haiti / Little River Art Galleries
Bill Brady Gallery

Emerson Dorsch
Fabien Castanier Gallery
Fountainhead Studios
Futurama 1637 Art Building

Laundromat Art Space
Little Haiti Cultural Center
Mindy Solomon Gallery
Nina Johnson
Pan American Art Projects
Rimonim Art Gallery
Yo Space

Miami Beach
David Castillo Gallery
Oolite Arts
Peter Lik Gallery
Spanierman Modern

Coral Gables
The Americas Collection
Cernuda Arte

Durban Segnini Gallery
Jorge M. Sori Fine Art
ArtSpace Virginia Miller Galleries

Other Miami Areas
Alfa Gallery

Bal Harbour
Rosenbaum Contemporary

Coconut Grove Art
Dharma Studio Contemporary Art

GroveHouse Artist
Midori Gallery

Fort Lauderdale
Bellagio International Gallery
National Geographic Fine Art Galleries
New River Fine Art
Pocock Fine Art

Key West
Alan S.Maltz Gallery
Archeo Gallery
Cocco and Salem Gallery
Frangipani Gallery
Gingerbread Square Gallery
Guild Hall Gallery
Haitian Art Company
Hands On Key West
Harrison Gallery
James Coleman Gallery
Key West Fine Art Photography & Printing
Key West Gallery
Key West Pottery
Lucky Street Gallery
Peter Lik Gallery
The Studios of Key West

Wyland Galleries

Boca Raton
Kevin McPherrin Gallery
Stewart Fine Art
Vertu Fine Art

Palm Beach
Arcature Fine Art
Ashley John Gallery
DTR Modern Galleries
Edward and Deborah Pollack Fine Art
Findlay Galleries
Gallery Biba
Gallery of Sculpture
Gavlak Gallery
Holden Luntz Gallery
Ildiko Contemporary Fine Art Gallery
Lehmann Maupin
Lévy Gorvy Gallery

Mark Borghi Fine Art
Onessimo Fine Art (Palm Beach Gardens)
Pace Gallery
Paula Cooper Gallery

Russeck Gallery
Studio E Gallery (Palm Beach Gardens)
Surovek Gallery
Taglialatella Galleries
Wally Findlay Galleries
White Cube

West Palm Beach 
Ashley John Gallery
Habatat Galleries
JF Gallery
Mary Woerner Fine Arts


Remember: All dates, times, and gallery information presented are valid as of the date the post is written. As always, we advise that before you visit any museum or gallery make sure to visit a location's website or call directly for current information. Location hours, exhibits, opening & closing dates, etc. often change.  


See the rest of the series on the Miami Art Scene in these posts:

Miami Art Scene (Art Museums) - Part 1: HERE
Miami Art Scene (Art Festivals & Events) - Part 3: HERE

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