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Wynwood Walls - Miami, Florida
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Wynwood walls is a group exhibition of works by 10 artists located in the Wynwood area of Miami, Florida. Featured here the art of Ron English.

Wynwood Walls builds on the street art tradition already established in Miami’s Wynwood District, a formerly derelict warehouse district that has been transformed into a thriving arts community. The open air art park, a collaboration between Tony Goldman of Goldman Projects and Jeffrey Deitch of Deitch Projects, launched during Art Basel 2009 and has rapidly become the focal point of Wynwood’s artistic center. Using primed walls of buildings as their canvases, internationally respected artists from Asia, Europe, Latin America and the United States created the art park’s original 12 expansive murals.

Copyright: Bill fant
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送信日: 10/04/2011
更新日: 13/05/2014
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Tags: wynwood; walls; miami; florida; art; graffiti; ron english; art basel; 2010; outdoor; goldman projects; deitch projects
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