Spinello Projects

2930 NW 7th Ave.
Miami, FL 33127
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Anthony Spinello's rise on the local art scene was meteoric. From the mini-shows he hosted in his small apartment to his first Wynwood outpost to his current home in the Design District, it's been up, up, up since 2005. Nowadays, his gallery, design house, and experimental platform hosts work in every medium under the sun from lots of notable local names like Agustina Woodgate, Farley Aguilar and Antonia Wright, among others. 2012 saw his first acceptance at the world-renowned Art Basel, so it looks like even bigger things are ahead.

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