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Second Saturday Art Walk guide

 

In the wake of Art Basel Miami Beach, it seems that most of the galleries in Wynwood and Design District are taking December's Second Saturday Art Walk easy. World Class Boxing, David Castillo, Locust Projects, Fredric Snitzer, Bernice Steinbaum, Diana Lowenstein, and Praxis will all be showing the same exhibitions they had on display in November, so revisit the Beached Miami Art Walk Guide from last month for a refresher on those shows. As for this month, the pickings are relatively slim, but there are a few new exhibitions, including several ones that opened during Art Basel that you might have missed amid all the hubbub.

To see what's Miami's galleries have in store for you this Second Saturday, visit Beached Miami.

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