After turning Wynwood into a worldwide street art phenomenon, Goldman Global Arts recently wrapped up the first leg of another big project they are working on @ The Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. Bringing urban art to a new spaces, and giving artists the chance to share their work with a new audience, 18 new murals were created during the last couple of months while the stadium was re branded into a global entertainment venue.
The project was organized by Jessica Goldman Srebnick from Goldman Global Arts, in collaboration with Miami Dolphins team owner Stephen Ross, successfully expanding the Wynwood model to another unique public art project. The works were finished just on time for the 2016 Art Basel Miami Beach weekend, giving the stadium visitors a chance to enjoy original works by such world-class names as Pichi and Avo, Tristan Eaton, Fintan Magee, Felipe Pantone, Hueman, Crash, How and Nosm, Jen Stark, Logan Hicks, 1010, Dasic Fernández, AVAF, MOMO, The London Police, Case Maclaim, Peter Tunney, Vhils and Pose. The murals are only first step of an ambitious project to create world’s largest indoor street art gallery and global entertainment destination, matching Miami’s cultural significance in music, sports, entertainment and arts.
Photo credit by Martha Cooper