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My wife and I came to Miami to watch a baseball game. I wanted to take her to see some of Miami’s art and culture and we stumbled upon this amazing museum. We spent at least two hours reading about the artists being showcased and...More
The De La Cruz Collection is difficult to find as there are no signs of the gallery on the street. It is located next door to the Institute of Contemporary Art, in the Design District. The entrance is in an alcove to the west. Admission...More
I have to admit that I didn't quite know what to expect, but was blown away by this collection.
The de la Cruz Collection occupies three floors of galleries in the Miami Design District in a spatious well-lit building designed by the architect John Marquette....More
If you have any interest in contemporary art, this is a great stop. The collection is not comprehensive, they buy what they like, but in many cases there were multiples of an artist so you could really study them. Big space, nice light. If there...More
COOL gallery (both temp and quality) with lots of large format contemporary artworks, supplemented by lots of smaller art pieces as well. Entrance is a challenge to find, but rewarding. First thought was: this would be a GREAT place for a really hot day.
I was at the ICA and chatting with someone who told me to go next door to the De La Cruz Collection, a private collection open to the public. Wow. What a cool concept. The art is contemporary, mostly German and American, and the space...More