Human Testicles, Interactive Floors and Text Galore at Seven Miami

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The front gallery space at Seven Miami is a room full of words. Walk in the doors, and you'll naturally move from left to right to follow the text, from Bob and Roberta Smith's corner, filled with colorfully painted signs telling a story, to William Powhida's collection of notebook sketches -- by which we mean sketches of notebook pages on which the artist has written lists and letters. Of course, there's plenty of less literal art here, too. But if you love reading (and since you're reading this, we'll assume you do), you'll want to stay as long as it takes to digest every word.

If you're not, well, click through to the pictures. 

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