On most days, the vacant lot at 44 NE. 29 St. next to Morgans restaurant in Midtown is nothing more than a patch of grassy land with an abandoned old rusty trailer.
Not this month.
Since Jan. 28, the property has been re-purposed as an open-air, pop-up gallery as part of a national project to promote emerging artists, just in time for the Second Saturday Art Walk
I loved the idea of using an available space, said Meaghan Kent, director and chief curator for site95, a nonprofit established last November to present exhibitions in temporary urban locations. The Wynwood exhibit is site95s first.Read more at BeachedMiami.com