Downtown/Biscayne Corridor

Wynwood / Design District

Miami Art Walk guide for March

 

Though Scope New York stole a few Miami gallerists' attention this month, there are still a handful of new and promising exhibitions opening in time for Art Walk in Wynwood and the Design District on Saturday, including an exhibition of paintings by Miami-born artist Natalya Laskis at Locust Project's new home and three photo-centric exhibitions at Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, one of which features the work of 25 photojournalists from around the world.

To view the full Art Walk guide, visit beachedmiami.com.

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