Florida’s Getting A Giant New Interactive Art Gallery & The Opening Date Just Dropped

This 50,000-square-foot new place looks epic.
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In a time where multi-sensory art installations are having a moment worldwide, Miami is getting its very own experiential art gallery that will leave you breathless. 

Superblue, a groundbreaking new center dedicated to producing and presenting experiential art, will officially open its doors in Miami in the spring of 2021.

Complete with lights, sound and digital tricks, Superblue Miami will feature new and iconic multi-sensory art installations that put you at the center of the action. 

In just one visit, you can walk through glittering tunnels of light, marvel at mind-bending sculptures and get lost in mirrored mazes. 

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But this isn't just another trendy concept gallery catering to an Instagram-obsessed generation. Superblue was created in response to the public's rapidly growing interest in experiential art and to support artists working outside the realm of object-based practices.

The gallery showcases some of the world’s most innovative artists to bring you experiences that are as meaningful and thought-provoking as they are fascinating.

Located directly across from the Rubell Museum (just blocks from the Metrorail), Superblue will be housed in several abandoned warehouses — about 50,000 square feet — in one of the largest spaces dedicated to experiential art in the U.S. 

The massive project was originally scheduled for December but has been pushed back to keep things safer.

With the success of multi-sensory art installations like Van Gogh Alive and Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirrors, Superblue Miami is sure to be a hit.

Jennifer Browne
Sponsored Content Contributing Writer
Jennifer Browne is a Sponsored Content Contributing Writer for the Studio department focused on sponsored content and is based in Vancouver, Canada.