Miami Artist Groups Turn Former Downtown Fishing Warehouse Into Giant New Art Space

When you think of Miami's art scene, you probably think of Design District digs and Wynwood Walls. But with the addition of a nearly 25,000 foot art space inhabited by an eclectic partnership of Miami artists, downtown is getting in the game.

The former site of Capt. Harry's Fishing Supply is now in the hands of a team that includes Dimensions Variable (DV) (Adler Guerrier, Leyden Rodriguez-Casanova and Frances Trombly), Bas Fisher Invitational (Jim Drain and Naomi Fisher), Turn-Based Press (Thom Wheeler Castillo, Kathleen Hudspeth and Denisse Monge) and the TM Sisters (Monica Lopez de Victoria and Tasha Lopez de Victoria). With the help of the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and Miami Worldcenter Associates, the group is about to turn this massive warehouse into a hot new art spot.

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