Glitterati talk top art pieces at Miami premiere of ‘On Your Feet!’ by Emilio and Gloria Estefan

A performance of Gloria and Emilio Estefan's 'On Your Feet!' Photograph by Matthew Murphy / Playbill
A performance of Gloria and Emilio Estefan's 'On Your Feet!' Photograph by Matthew Murphy / Playbill

At the Miami premiere of Gloria and Emilio Estefan’s On Your Feet! at the Arsht Center, we asked attendees…

What is your favorite piece of artwork in the world?

1 Emilio Estefan and Gloria Estefan
Emilio and Gloria Estefan. Photograph by Manny Hernandez.

Gloria Estefan: “A Botero sculpture that Emily used to climb on as a child.”

Emilio Estefan:  “A Diego Rivera painting.” 

2 Karolina Kurkova

Karolina Kurkova: “Damien Hirst’s Treasures exhibition in Venice.” 

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Ana Villafañe: “My copy of Gloria’s Mi Tierra album.”

4 __ and Richard and Jay Alexander
Richard Jay-Alexander (right) with Andrew Goldberg. Photograph by Manny Hernandez.

Richard Jay-Alexander: “A three-dimensional Sergio Bustamante egg.” 

5 Andrea’ Burns and Carlos E. Gonzalez
Carlos E. Gonzalez and Andréa Burns. Photograph by Manny Hernandez.

Carlos E. Gonzalez: “Thomas Henriot’s Chinese ink works.” 

Andréa Burns: “Woman Washing Herself by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.” 

6 Bernie Yuman
Bernie Yuman. Photograph by Manny Hernandez.

Bernie Yuman: “Picasso’s Le Rêve.” 

7 Gary Nader
Gary Nader. Photograph by Manny Hernandez.

Gary Nader: The Earth is a Man by Roberto Matta.” 

8 David Efron and Katherine Fernandez Rundle
David Efron and Katherine Fernandez Rundle. Photograph by Manny Hernandez.

David Efron: “Michelangelo’s David.”

Katherine Fernandez Rundle: Mona Lisa.

9 Ira Hall, Adrienne Arsht and John Richard
Ira Hall, Adrienne Arsht and John Richard. Photograph by Manny Hernandez.

Ira Hall: “Wifredo Lam’s Untitled Work, oil on canvas.” 

Adrienne Arsht: For Whom. It’s a big bell that I own.” 

John Richard: “Adrienne’s bell.” 

10 Mauricio Martinez and Christie Prades
Mauricio Martinez and Christie Prades. Photograph by Manny Hernandez.

Mauricio Martinez: “The Two Fridas by Frida Kahlo.” 

More on ‘On Your Feet!’

WHAT The Broadway hit’s national tour kicked off in Miami to rave reviews.

WHERE The Conga train shimmied out of the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and made its way to Estefan Kitchen in the Design District for more music, paella and mojitos.

WHO Miami music moguls Gloria and Emilio Estefan — winners of 26 Grammy awards — graced the stage to thank everyone who helped bring their American Dream story to life.

WHY Opening night raised more than $75,000 for the Gloria Estefan Foundation and Adrienne Arsht Center Foundation.