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Art Wynwood: Twitter's Best Finds From the VIP Opening

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If you're a regular peon who wants to get his art on this weekend, Art Wynwood's doors open for you at noon today. But last night, the elite of Miami's art scene (and their plus-ones) converged upon the fair's tent at Midtown for a swanky sneak peek at what the rest of the city will get to experience this weekend.

But that doesn't mean you can't live vicariously. Art Wynwood's VIP guests shared their favorite works on Twitter and Instagram all night long. Scroll through their best finds after the jump. (We've found it helps to pretend you have a glass of champagne in hand as you go.)

See also:

- Art Wynwood Returns to Honor Tony Goldman

The Wynwood Art District Association spotted some "#artinprogress."

@PisanoNicolas took this up-close shot of a Hugo Lugo work.

Also a Lugo fan: Kerry McLaney of @305Creative.

Mateo Nava's display managed to sum up all the anxiety of Valentine's Day. What, numbers don't make you nervous? (@WynwoodMiami spotted this one, too.)

Alberto Cavalieri's corkscrew sculpture, captured by @PisanoNicolas, had us craving a glass of red.

@SocialMiami pointed out that the VIP section was a work of art in itself.

Meet Tiffany Trenda, AKA Bar Code Breaker, a favorite of the folks behind @ArtWynwood itself.

Follow Ciara LaVelle on Twitter @ciaralavelle.

Follow Cultist on Facebook and Twitter @CultistMiami.

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