Miami’s Most Exquisite Private Art CollectionsJanuary 26, 2015
As Art Basel Miami Beach continues to evolve into a major internationally renowned event, it is helping bring many opportunities to the now global city of Miami. Through this week long event, Miami houses international works of art and is a meeting place for art lovers, artists, collectors, dealers and curators; and presently the growth of Miami’s own private art sector has been experiencing tremendous growth partly due to the influence of Miami Art Basel. Here are a few of Miami’s most exquisite private art collections.
The Margulies Collection
The Margulies Collection is located at the Warehouse, which is a converted warehouse in the famed Wynwood art district. This collection includes some of the finest in contemporary and vintage eccentric works. The collection came together as famed Miami art collector Martin Z. Margulies, gathered photography, videos, installations, and sculptures since the late nineties, to make his grand collection possible.
The Rubell Family
The Rubell Family, is widely recognized for combining art education with one of the world’s largest privatized contemporary art collections and their Contemporary Arts Foundation. This organization gives a platform to emerging and established artist and recently, the foundation received a major donation of artwork by California artists from Boston collector Kenneth L.Freed. The Rubell Family collection has now evolved to be an important staple in Miami’s art scene.
Craig Robins Collection
The Craig Robins Collection at Dacra, a corporate office in the Design District, combines contemporary art and design as the real estate mogul, Craig Robins integrates art and community by giving public access to his collection of over 200 artist’s works.
As the private art sector continues to expand in Miami, the city continues to expand culturally as well. To learn more about Miami Beach Homes for Sale and Miami Beach Condos, contact Matt Crane at 305.203.0000.