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Preview Thursday in Wynwood: A Street-by-Street Guide to What's Showing

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After last month's test run, this week brings the first official Preview Thursday to Wynwood's galleries. As outlined in New Times this week, Preview Thursday is an effort by the galleries to make their art available to people who want to experience it without the attendant hoopla of Second Saturdays.

Tonight, about 30 of the galleries will be extending their hours until at least 9 p.m. and eight galleries will be hosting opening receptions. Not all of these galleries will be staying open for Second Saturday so, even if you're planning on being back later in the week, Preview Thursday might be your best bet to check them out (especially if you have something stupid like a job on weekdays).

Though subject to change, below are all of the galleries that have said they are participating in Preview Thursday, organized in a convenient block-by-block order. And if you can't wait two days to drunkenly rub against strangers, Wynwood's bars and restaurants will also be open for your sexy, sexy business. Happy arting!

Opening Receptions:

David Castillo Gallery

"All Inclusive!" - Melvin Martinez

2234 NW 2nd Avenue

*Opening Reception 7-10 PM

Waltman Ortega Fine Art

"Light" - Group Exhibition: Rune Guneriussen and Alain Le Boucher

2233 NW 2nd Avenue

*Opening Reception 5 - 8 PM

Harold Golen Gallery

"Lust in My Heart, Evil on My Mind" - Richie Fahey

2294 NW 2nd Avenue

*Opening Reception 7-10 PM

Tub Gallery

Group Exhibition: Paul Amundarain, Cristina Barroso, Andres Ferrandis, Gian Garofalo, Gregory Johnston, Erik Sommer, Lisa C Soto

171 NW 23rd Street

*Opening Reception 6-10 PM

Alejandra von Hartz Gallery

"Sense of Mendicity" - Danilo Dueñas

"Ínsito" - Bernardo Montoya

2630 NW 2nd Avenue

*Opening Reception 7-9 PM

O.Ascanio Gallery

"Contemporary Artists" - Jorge Blanco, Carlos Cabeza, Hester, Nanin, Francisco Salazar, Anrika Rupp, Victor Vasarely, Gary Hume, Natalia Valera, Bernard Aubertin, Bernar Venet

2600 NW 2nd Avenue

*Opening Reception 7-10 PM

Oxenberg Fine Art

"Dreamseekers" - Fabio Mesa

50 NE 29th Street

*Opening Reception 7-9 PM

Kelley Roy Gallery

"The Pull of Tide" - Mira Lehr (new works)

50 NE 29th Street

*Opening Reception 6-8 PM

And all the rest:

NW 21st Street:

Diana Lowenstein Gallery

"Chlorophyll Bluess" - Molly Zuckerman-Hartung

2043 N Miami Avenue

NW 22nd Street:

Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art

"Los Culpables" - 2ALAS

2239 NW 2nd Avenue

Alma Fine Art

A Place Away - Luis Paredes

2242 NW 1st Place

Black Square Gallery

"Unraveling Puzzle" - Jose Cobo

2248 NW 1st Place

Robert Fontaine Gallery

"Chronology" - Group Exhibition

2349 NW 2nd Avenue

NW 23rd Street:

Sammer Gallery

"Works from the 1950s" - Hugo de Marziani

125 NW 23rd Street

NW 24th Street:

Mindy Solomon Gallery

"Renaissance Men" - Generic Art Solutions

172 NW 24th Street

Emerson Dorsch Gallery

"Belle Captive" - Victoria Fu

"Lookout Parade" - Matt Rich

151 NW 24th Street

NW 25th Street:

Pan American Art Projects

"Vanitas" - Meria Marrero & José Toirac

2450 NW 2nd Avenue

Curator's Voice Art Projects

"Parallels" - Maria Loreto, Beatriz Baumgartner, Santiago Paulos, Francisco Ceron, Carlos Fuenmayor, Richard Valdes, Daniel Adrian

299 NW 25th Street @ 3rd Ave.

P.S.H. Projects

"The Storage Memoir" - Group Exhibition

72 NW 25th Street

Ascaso Gallery

Group Exhibition: Alirio Palacios, Carlos Cruz Diez, Carlos Medina, Dario Perez Flores, Jesus Soto, Luis Tomasello, Victor Valera

2441 NW 2nd Avenue

NW 26th Street:

Dina Mitrani Gallery

"Tales in the Ground Glass: Adventures of a Badass Grandma" - Peggy Levison

2620 NW 2nd Avenue

KaBe Contemporary

"Óleo" - Karmelo Bermejo

223 NW 26th Street

NW 27th Street:

m+v ART

Group Exhibition: Rafael Barrios, Arturo Berned, Jorge Blanco, Leo Matiz, Lluis Lleó, Fabiola Sequera and Francisco Salazar

2750 NW 3rd Avenue

(@ Wynwood Building)

ArtMedia Gallery

"Disquieting Force" - Jose Diniz

2750 NW 3rd Avenue, suite 12

(@Wynwood Building)

Cienfuegos Gallery

"The New Sexy" (a tribute to the Playboy legacy by 10 international artists)

318 NW 27th Street

(@ Wynwood Building)

Dot Fiftyone Gallery

"Taxonomy of a Landscape" - Jose Luis Landet

Project Room: "New Monuments" - Pablo Jasana

187 NW 27th Street

NW 28th Street:

Juan Ruiz Gallery

"Fractures" - Victor Vazquez

301 NW 28th Street

Ricart Gallery

Group Exhibition: Carlito Dalceggio, Tiziano Magni, Olivier Mestre, Yovani Caisse, Diego Torres, Damien Hirst

444 NW 28th Street

Wynwood Art Group

Group Exhibition - Zvonimir Mihanovic, Mauricio Benitez, Theo Pinto, Hamilton Aguiar, Jeff Muhs

446 NW 28th Street

NW 29 Street:

Art Nouveau Gallery

"Four Dimensions" - Roberto Lombana

348 NW 29th Street

NW 36th Street:

Kavachnina Contemporary

"Laura's World" - Sandro de la Rosa

46 NW 36th Street

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