After three years in Miami’s Design District ’s gorgeous Moore Building, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, has moved a block west to a new, more spacious HQ designed by the Spanish architecture firm Aranguren & Gallegos (they also did Madrid’s Museo ABC). The bigger, better galleries have way more room for exhibits, including these favorites of the museum’s director, Ellen Salpeter.
“In our ground-floor gallery dedicated to emerging or under-recognized artists, we’re opening with some very large abstract works from an extraordinary young painter from Miami of Haitian descent named Tomm El-Saieh. He’s representative of what’s happening in the city’s art scene right now, with diverse cultural influences from Latin America and the Caribbean.”
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