Known as Miami’s original Art Hotel, The family-owned Sagamore Hotel has been a lavish oceanfront destination since the days of Art Deco, #SagamoreIsArt serves as a unique cultural platform offering curated and immersive art experiences for everyone. Garnering international attention and acclaim, The Sagamore Hotel presents year-round rotating curated selling art exhibits and exclusive partnerships with leading artists, museums, and non-for-profits. The art program creates a unique opportunity for all to immerse in the art world by keeping all artworks on view 24/7 and completely free to the public.
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16 curated ground-breaking art exhibits
5 editions of the Annual Art Basel Brunch
14 Sagamore Walls
4 editions of the Sagamore Sculpture Garden
32 VIP Events and art talks
Over 1,500 artworks exhibited
Over 230 artists exhibited
Over 1 billion media impressions
SAGAMORE SCULPTURE GARDEN
The hotel’s newly-renovated sculpture garden was inaugurated with award-winning works by Australian public sculpture artists Gillie and Marc, known for the world’s largest rhino sculpture, The Last Three, in Astor Place. Their work is displayed among prominent galleries around the world, boasting tremendous accolades including the Allen’s People’s Choice Award and they were finalists of the Archibald Portrait Prize. Discover Gillie and Marc’s ‘Rabbitwoman’ and ‘Paparazzi Dogs’ sculptures in our enchanting sculpture garden, as well as works ‘Babyfoot’ by Idan Zareski, ‘Dream Machine’ butterfly wings by Rubem Robierb, and Elena Butalova’s oversized melted lollipop. The sculpture garden changes throughout the season to introduce new works to our guests.
The Sagamore Hotel has long been an open canvas for leading muralists. Larger-than-life paintings adorn Sagamore’s walls, telling a story, stimulating the senses, and welcoming guests to Miami’s original “Art hotel”. Sagamore continues its long-time tradition with Street Art as visiting world-acclaimed artists paint murals on the Sagamore Walls, which are inaugurated during the annual Art Week Brunch and remain on view until the following Art Basel.
Artist Lorna Samara Ash was commissioned by The Sagamore to create the Stairwell Project along with six Miami based artists to be featured during Art Basel Miami Beach 2008. Each artist brought their own innovative energy and created an elaborate mural along the staircase adjacent to the elevators at The Sagamore. The staircase project was updated a few years later, bringing in Alumni from Miami’s New World School of the Arts who showcased their creative talent through this project, which now extends from the basement to the sixth floor of the hotel. Each artist transformed a separate floor of the staircase using their own personal artistic expression, with their works ultimately blending together to create one continuous, harmonious piece of art.