Instagram-Worthy Artspaces in Miami
Take your online aesthetic to another level with the Instagram-worthy artspaces of Miami. These murals, museums, sculpture gardens, and colorful landmarks will have your followers double-tapping in no time. Here’s where to find the most photogenic destinations in the city.
Ask anyone where Miami’s most Instagram-ready spots are and they’ll point you towards Wynwood. The hip neighborhood north of downtown is known for its many vibrant murals by some of the world’s best known street artists. Once a cluster of warehouses, the unique outdoor museum was transformed into the Wynwood Walls in 2009. The must-see destination is a canvas for artworks from over 50 artists representing 16 countries. The murals have since migrated to the surrounding neighborhood. Spark envy in your many friends and followers by snapping a pic of the large-scale graffiti and street art lining the streets. One of our favorites is Ron English’s Hulk Boy, a polychromatic mural featuring his pop characters, Camo Deer, Masked Mickey, Hulk Boy, and the Yin Yang character.
Pérez Art Museum Miami
Miami’s flagship art museum is dedicated to exhibiting international modern and contemporary art of the 20th and 21st centuries that highlight Miami’s diverse community and location at the crossroads of the Americas. The collection is always changing, but their outdoor features make a major statement. Visit the hanging gardens, Jesús Rafael Soto’s ‘Penetrable BBL Blue’, and the 39-foot-tall ‘Looking Into My Dreams, Awilda’ by Spanish artist, Jaume Plensa. Sagamore Hotel wants to send you to Pérez Art Museum Miami. Book our Culture Seekers offer to save 10% and get two tickets to PAMM - on us!
The funky contemporary art museum in Miami Beach presents artworks reflecting the spirit and international character of Miami Beach. The small collection of art, artifacts, and sculptures encompasses a wide range of media and artistic points of view that bring new thought to the diverse cultural context of Miami Beach. Visit the iconic Miami Mountain sculpture before entering The Bass, located at the southeast corner of Collins Park. Ugo Rondinone’s five brightly painted boulders stand 42 feet tall and are constructed of stone, steel, and paint. Inspired by the hoodoo rock formations of the Badlands, the sculpture’s fluorescent contrasting palates make it one of the most photographed landmarks in Miami Beach.
Miami’s Design District has a plethora of impressive sculptures to use as your Instagram backdrop. The artsy destination known for its sleek architecture, art galleries, and upscale shopping is an excellent place to get lost exploring. Check out French artist Xavier Veilhan’s larger-than-life sculpture of architect Le Corbusier. The artwork overlooks the modern re-creation of Buckminster Fuller’s Fly’s Eye Dome. You’ll find both works at the underground parking entrance to the Palm Court luxury retail plaza.
Sagamore Hotel Sculpture Garden
Discover contemporary masterpieces in Sagamore’s Sculpture Garden. Under the direction of Sagamore’s Principal, Ronit Neuman and Art Advisor, Sebastien Laboureau, the newly renovated garden has transformed the grounds into an outdoor oasis featuring internationally-acclaimed artists. Capture great images of the pink melted lollipop, Gillie and Marc’s Paparazzi Dogs and Rabbitwoman sculptures, ‘Babyfoot’ by Idan Zareski, and ‘Dream Machine’ butterfly wings by Rubem Robierb, on display now.
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