Rubell Family Collection

Wynwood
Private Art Collection

On practically everyone’s short list of Miami recommendations, the Rubell Family Collection—originally started in New York by Don and Mera Rubell but now housed in a 45,000-square-foot space adjacent to their Wynwood home—is an essential pit stop any time of the year. But the Rubells come into their own each December with their sweeping agenda-setting group exhibitions during Art Basel Miami Beach; not to mention their riotous food installation-as-conceptual breakfast created by their artist daughter, Jennifer Rubell.

 

Rubell Family Collection
95 NW 29th St.Miami, FL United States
305-573-6090

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