Miami Reopening For Art this December with the Superblue Miami Experiential Art Space

Emilee Geist

Slowly, but surely, the world is learning how to navigate, and survive coronavirus. Museums, amusement parks, theaters, and other places where crowds gather have limited admission to keep us healthy and enjoying culture. teamLab, Es Devlin, James Turrell and other artists have come together to share experimental art at Superblue. […]

Slowly, but surely, the world is learning how to navigate, and survive coronavirus. Museums, amusement parks, theaters, and other places where crowds gather have limited admission to keep us healthy and enjoying culture. teamLab, Es Devlin, James Turrell and other artists have come together to share experimental art at Superblue.

The new Miami art space opens this December and will feature large scale installations for an immersive experience that allows guests to distance themselves, but enjoy the experience nevertheless. For the space, Superblue Miami adopted a 50,000 square foot industrial building that was not in use.

Superblue Miami adds to the artistic bent of the city that enjoys many city blocks of commissioned murals, and art shops extending from the Wynwood area of Miami. The experiential art space is a long-term space, with these opening installationson view through at least through 2022. At that time, a new wave of installations will be introduced to expand meaningful partnerships between art fans, and creators in the local community.

See photos of what visitors can expect when Superblue Miami opens on December 22, and learn more about the organizers, and further plans for the museum at the Superblue website.

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