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Alicia Silverstone

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102 MiAMi LiViNG ML SELECTS SID DANIELS GALLERY 1800 Collins Ave. 6c | Miami Beach (305) 673-4329 | Sid Daniel's fusion of old Hollywood glamour and Latin rhythms makes this collection a unique cultural journey. The artist's signature "Latin Deco Style" has impressed art aficionados with it saturated colors and provocative imagery. While his dynamic canvases and colorful murals hang in various restaurants and hotels throughout the country, a large portion of his work remains on display on Collins Ave. VENUE TYPE DESCRIPTION INFO Gallery MORIKAMI MUSEUM AND JAPANESE GARDENS 4000 Morikami Rd. | Delray Beach (561) 495-0233 | Featuring Japanese culture and arts, the museum has over 5,000 art pieces and artifacts as well as various exhibitions, tea ceremonies, and educational programs. Within 200 acres of pine forests, walking paths, picnic areas, and lakes are individual gardens, each designed to represent a different Japanese garden style from the 8th to the 10th century. Museum VIZCAYA MUSEUM AND GARDENS 3251 S. Miami Ave. | Miami (305) 250-9133 | This National Historic landmark graces the Miami-Dade Harbor with its exquisite Venetian architecture, and exclusive art from North America, Europe, and Asia-- spanning 2,000 years. Since its construction in 1916, Vizcaya has hosted distinguished faces including, Queen Elizabeth II, Ronald Regan, Pope John Paul II, and Queen Elizabeth. Gallery WORLD EROTIC ART MUSEUM 1205 Washington Ave. | Miami Beach (305)-362-4563 | Located in South Beach's Art Deco district is South Florida's sexiest museum. WEAM's 12,000 square- foot space houses the world's largest collection of erotic art with thousands of historical and contemporary pieces. Collection owner and curator, Namoi Wilzig invites you to experience a private one-hour tour of her collection at 4pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays only. 11am –midnight including holidays. No one under 18 years old admitted. $15 Museum/ Historical Site Call for Appointment. Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-5pm. Adults: $10 Seniors: $9 Students and Children: $6 Open daily: 9:30am- 4:30pm Adults: $12 Children 6-12: $5, 5 and under: Free Seniors: $9 Art Galleries & Museums Haitian Heritage Museum Words by Marla E. Schwartz Two inspiring individuals in Miami's art world have teamed up to create the Haitian Heritage Museum. If you attend a Design District art gallery walk on the 2nd Saturday of any month, make sure you go to 3940 N. Miami Ave., and see the artist on exhibit for that moment in time. Eveline Pierre, Founder, President/CEO, is a graduate of Howard University and Serge Rodrigue, Co-Founder/Vice- President, is a graduate of Florida A&M University. HHM is a testament to Miami's Haitian community and provides an artistic experience worthy of this populace. It's a not-for-profit that provides a rich cultural mecca for Little Haiti where people can enjoy beautiful Haitian art, historical artifacts, music, films and literary works. "People think that Haitian art is all palm trees and market scenes," Pierre said. "However, in reality it's so much more. We want to represent not only the folkloric, but also the fine art of Haiti." Serge strongly believes that "through this perspective comes the vision of the need to forge our urban environments that enhance the quality of life and contributes to sustaining vitality and economic development in our communities." For more information, email:, or call: (305) 371-5988. ML pick art LOCUST PROJECTS 155 NE 38 St | Miami (305) 576-8570 | This alternative exhibition space is one of the original art spaces on Wynwood's popular NW 23rd Street. Situated among The Fredric Snitzer Gallery, World Class Boxing's galleries and a plethora of artist's studios, Locust Projects mainly displays experimental art by emerging artists like LA provocateur, Eric Welsey. Art Gallery Friday-Saturday: 1pm to 5pm

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