"Miami has worn many tags through the decades: It has been a place to honeymoon and retire, to buy cocaine and dodge bullets, to sample Little Havana and party all night. But art was never high on the to-do list," claims the New York Times.
We know better. Miami has had an underground art scene reaching the public's eye in hipster bars, cafes, and obscure galleries. Wynwood knows what's up. It's factory and warehouses give homes to over 50 art galleries, 4 museums and major collections, giving the creative vibe a place to thrive. So while the convention center guarantees rows of fine art (three of which are Miami-based), step outside, head down the street, and into a satellite show. That's the real Miami art scene; the Basel Castle is on our hot list.