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Rubell Family Collection

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95 NW 29th St, Miami, FL 33127-3927
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Gonzague D wrote a review Jan 2021
Miami Beach, Florida5 contributions5 helpful votes
Amazing collection and museum building, not speaking about the excellent food served in the restaurant. We met with mrs Rubell who spent time sharing her passion. My preferred museum in Miami.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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scott r wrote a review Mar 2020
Silver Spring, Maryland494 contributions209 helpful votes
Clued into this by an art lover manning the desk at Coral Springs art complex - kudos to her, and an example of how word spreads. This is a truly interesting collection - and while some might zip through in an hour, you are cheating yourself. 2 hours plus to take it all in. Much of the art has a distinct POV, and very little of it is mindless or simply one note angry - as some contemporary can be (IMOP). Most of the pieces here engender thougt, mental convernsations. The two 'light box' exhibits are among the better of I've seen from the artist. This is a place I'd return to and appreciate just as much, and probably in a different way, the second time around.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Wolrdwide wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom228 contributions145 helpful votes
The new space for the Rubell Collection is very beautiful and big. Definitely needs time to explore it all. A must if you are interested in contemporary art. Nice little garden cafe for some well earned chilling after exploring the space.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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henri h wrote a review Feb 2020
Miami Beach, Florida87 contributions38 helpful votes
Thé Rubell collection is now on the 23th street more west in Allapata. Big, large with garden , a outside cafe and a restaurant. This new museum is impressive and a absolut must do. Ideal also for families. 36 Artists are on display. Big names of course but we love some young artists like Thomas Houseago (impressive scupture in room19). We return soon for a better look!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Annette F wrote a review Jan 2020
Miami552 contributions149 helpful votes
If you like contemporary art make this a destination. The scope of the collection is amazing. The galleries range from intimate to huge to give space for huge artworks. Lots of seating available should museum fatigue hit. The best of the best artists are represented Entry fees are not posted, if you are like me - ask for the senior rate. Parking is available somewhere behind the building (you would not know that from the lack of signage).
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Date of experience: January 2020
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