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Miami Marine Stadium Winter Benefit Exhibition

Although the Miami Marine Stadium mural project has come to a close, we will have one more celebration- an exhibition with all of the participating artists with original works. It’s going to be great and we hope to see you there.


Miami Marine Stadium’s Street Art Exhibition, Dec. 1-7, 5 NW 36th St at N. Miami Ave.

The ART | History Mural Project at the Miami Marine Stadium comes to an appropriate close during Basel Week, with an extraordinary Street Art Exhibition of original works by each of the participating artists who painted at the stadium over the course of 2014. The exhibition, which will open December 1st in Miami’s Design District, will feature artworks by Abstrk, Axel Void, CRASH, Dabs and Myla, Doze Green, Elbow-Toe, Evoca1, HoxxoH, Ian Kuali’i, Joe Iurato, Jose Mertz, Logan Hicks, Luis Berros, Martha Cooper, Pixel Pancho, Reinier Gamboa, Risk, Ron English, Rone, Stinkfish, Tatiana Suarez, The London Police, Tristan Eaton.

Limited edition prints of the pieces from the Miami Marine Stadium will also be available, with proceeds from the sales of both prints and originals to go toward helping to restore the Miami Marine Stadium. The exhibition has been graciously sponsored by Liquitex, The National Trust for Historic Preservation, Kondoit, TrigramGC & JakPrints.

Along with the gallery exhibition, the program will also feature a mural activation with support by Liquitex Artist Materials of murals by Evoca1, Elbow-Toe, Risk, Abstrk & Rone. Please join us during Basel week at 5 NW 36th Street (corner of N. Miami Ave)

Check out an incredible video of the September paint session, filmed by Tom Akerman

Tuesday December 2nd, 6PM – 10PM (Private Function)

Wednesday December 3rd, 6PM – 10PM (Collectors Preview)

Thursday December 4th, Noon – 10PM (Open to Public)

Friday 5th – Sunday 7th, 10AM – 10PM (Open to Public)

About Miami Marine Stadium

Designed in 1962 by 27-year-old architect Hilario Candela, then a recent immigrant from Cuba, the 6,566-seat Miami Marine Stadium is a marvel of design and engineering. With a football field-length roofline that was the longest span of cantilevered concrete in the world, the stadium was built to view speed boat racing at a time when Miami was the epicenter of the sport. The stadium also hosted stars like Gloria Estefan, Jimmy Buffett, Dave Brubeck, the Beach Boys, and Ray Charles on its dramatic floating stage. Flamboyant enough to serve as a set for Elvis Presley’s film “Clambake,” it was also majestic enough to host religious services and political rallies. Miami Marine Stadium has been recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the World Monuments Fund, and the Getty Foundation, which recently awarded the iconic structure a grant under its “Keeping It Modern” program along with the Sydney Opera House.

About Friends of Miami Marine Stadium

Friends of Miami Marine Stadium is a not-for-profit organization formed in 2008 to advocate for Miami Marine Stadium. In 2012, Friends of Miami Marine Stadium entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the City of Miami to develop a plan to restore and operate the stadium. To date, Friends of Miami Marine Stadium has raised approximately $13 million of the estimated $30 million restoration cost. For more information, visit


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