Wynwood Art District

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Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, marking the northern entrance to Midtown's Wynwood Art District at the intersection of Miami Avenue and North 36th Street (US 27).
The Shops at Midtown Miami, located in Wynwood, is the main shopping center of the area.

The Wynwood Art District is a district of the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami, Florida, United States. It is home to over 70 galleries, museums and collections. It is roughly bounded by North 36th Street (US 27 (north), North 20th Street (south), I-95 (west) and Northeast First Avenue (east).

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The Wynwood Art District Association was founded in early 2003 by a group of art dealers, artists and curators Mark Coetzee, Nina Arias & Nick Cindrick. Mark Coetzee initiated the idea based on a similar project, Art Night, he had started in his home town- Cape Town, South Africa. Founding Members at the first meeting in Rocket Projects media room, were Brook Dorsch of Dorsch Gallery, Weston Charles, Cooper and Elizabeth Withstandley of Locust Projects, Mark Coetzee of the Rubell Collection, Nina Arias & Nick Cindric of Rocket Projects, Bernice Steinbaum of Bernice Steinbaum Gallery and Marina Kessler of Marina Kessler Gallery. The Association created The Second Saturday's Gallery Walk, designed the Man-hole cover logo, along with the light banners that hang on street corners, and publishes an annual brochure with a map and a list of the Association’s members,

It is home to over seventy galleries, five museums, three collections, seven art complexes, twelve art studios and five art fairs.

Every 2nd Saturday of each month a community wide Art Walk is held. Galleries, art studios, alternative spaces and showrooms open their doors to the public for art, music and refreshments.

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Coordinates: 25°48′2.05″N 80°11′56.48″W / 25.8005694°N 80.1990222°W / 25.8005694; -80.1990222