Dot Fiftyone Gallery is located at the Wynwood Art District of Miami, occupying a converted 1930's two stories warehouse building comprised of 7000 square feet. The gallery includes a “project space” at the second floor specifically employed as... Read More
Dot Fiftyone Gallery is located at the Wynwood Art District of Miami, occupying a converted 1930's two stories warehouse building comprised of 7000 square feet. The gallery includes a “project space” at the second floor specifically employed as an area for promoting young emerging artists. The gallery has being founded to create links between the artists with the community. and specializes in choosing emerging and established worldwide artists whose work has lasting impact and staying power. In fact, is not intended to be a traditional art gallery or exhibition space. Its objective is to create a flexible, mobile structure, a production laboratory for contemporary and conceptual art. Aside from art exhibitions, Dot Fiftyone Gallery also promotes and produces other type of projects involving different spheres of expression and communication, such as: lectures, seminars, workshops and screening of: world wide non-commercial film series and alternative foreign television productions. Amongst its accomplishments are benefit events for The Pet Project, Task Force, Miami Community College, Florida International University, The Jewish Federation and Gen Art. Moreover, Dot Fiftyone Gallery, has received the sponsorship for three years running from UBS Financial Services, to produce its exhibitions during the celebration of Art Basel Miami Beach. Recently Dot Fiftyone Gallery has being selected by Nativa Productions and Life Style TV Network to be the host of the original Docu /Reality Television Art Series: LIVING IN ART, where the Miami Art Scene will be featured from the perspective of the daily life of a major and influential art gallery.
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