Architectural Digest: Miami’s Buoyant Art and Design Scene Proves Culture Can Thrive Amid the Pandemic

March 3, 2021
by Meg Daly

For close to two decades Miami has been through an art renaissance that has established its world-recognized reputation in the art world.  Public art in Miami, however, has played a longer role in building culture for the city through Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places. Since The Underline is located on public land and is partnered with Miami-Dade County’s Department of Transportation and Public Works, it also works with Art in Public Places to bring art to our 10-mile linear park. In this article by Amy Tara Koch, Miami’s Buoyant Art and Design Scene Proves Culture Can Thrive Amid the Pandemic, you’ll learn more about how Miami, despite the Pandemic, has managed to continue its rise in art, design, and culture for the city.  Including our first work of art at Brickell Backyard, a mural by the emerging and talented Edny Jean Joseph called “The Allegory,” and much more.

Discover art that is happening around Miami, read Miami’s Buoyant Art and Design Scene Proves Culture Can Thrive Amid the Pandemic here.