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The Betsy Hotel The Betsy-South Beach, one of the preeminent global arts hotels, announces exhibits for Miami Beach Art Week 2022, curated by Betsy co-owner Lesley Goldwasser. Works include photography by Tamary Kudita (Zimbabwe), Nadia Huggins (Trinidad/Tobago), and Eric Kroll (USA), and a mixed media collection by Ray Tenorio (Cuba). Also exhibited is new work by conceptual multi-media artist Sri Prabha (India) and a dance work by Peter London (Trinidad/Tobago). The Betsy will also celebrate new artist books by Alessandro Sarno, Carlos Andres Cruz, and Eric Kroll Other 2022 Miami Art Week installations @TheBetsyHotel include: (1) The Betsy’s Outdoor Sculpture Garden exhibiting Zimbabwean stone carved sculptures inspired by traditional Shona mythology; (2) The Betsy Poetry Rail, presenting the words of 12 writers who ‘shaped Miami,’ located between Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue at 14th Place; (3) more than 300 historic images of The Beatles and Rolling Stones (the Paul Saltzman and Bob Bonis Collections), situated in hallways and stairways; and (4) work from architectural photographer Robin Hill, Miami Beach documentarian Andy Sweet, Hollywood set photographer Robert Zuckerman, and travel photographer Alessandro Sarno. The Betsy Hotel exhibits art in 20,000 square feet of gallery space located throughout the property with nine galleries as well as halls and stairway areas open during regular business hours (9 AM – 11 PM) during Miami Beach Art Week 2022. The Betsy’s exhibiting artists will host individual openings with details forthcoming at Address 1440 Ocean Dr Miami Beach, FL 33139 Phone: +1 866-792-3879 Online @thebetsyhotel

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