Photos from March Art Walk

By | March 13th, 2011 | 2 Comments

For all the talk about curbing Art Walk’s carnival-like atmosphere in the days leading up to Saturday, Wynwood was still banging last night. Perhaps Ms. Steinbaum and the other gallerists remembered the age-old adage, If a painting hangs on a gallery wall and no one is around to appreciate it . . . Either way, Miami came, saw, ate Mahi-mahi tacos, and refrained from wiping its hands on the artwork. Presumably. Here are some photos from the scene along N.W. Second Avenue in Wynwood last night.


Miami nightlife photo collage in Nefarious Girl’s “Just As You Were” exhibit at Butter Gallery


Beached Miami contributor and South Florida artist Misael Soto, the ring leader of last night’s “I can’t see you, but I can feel you” participatory performance


Despite recent efforts to corral Miami’s food trucks during Art Walk, the mobile kitchens were humming in Wynwood last night.


Keep looking. She is not the subject of this photo

All photos by Robby Campbell. See our coverage of past Miami Art Walks.


2 Comments on “Photos from March Art Walk”

  1. 1 yvette said at 10:37 am on March 16th, 2011:

    ‘keep looking’ – hilarious
    love your photos!

  2. 2 Robby Campbell said at 11:00 am on March 16th, 2011:

    Thanks yvette.


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