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Miami Design District commenced Miami Art Week with the reveal of “A Train of Thoughts,” a new exhibition of works from the Craig Robins Collection.
The Craig Robins Collection comprises more than 1,300 pieces of contemporary art and innovative design, and is exhibited within the Dacra headquarters in the Miami Design District on a rotating basis. This year’s rehanging of the collection, “A Train of Thoughts”, focuses on two core subgroups of the collection’s holdings: figuration and conceptualism. The exhibition highlights a collecting history that has favored a taste for the abject and hyperbolic figurative image, in tandem with the self-reflexive, institutional critique of art based on ideas - a seemingly incompatible pair that yields unexpected dialogues. The exhibition features standout works by iconic artists such as Marcel Duchamp, Francisco de Goya, Marlene Dumas, Kara Walker, Jana Euler, Nicole Eisenman and others.
A prelude to Miami’s busiest season, the opening reception offered guests an intimate glimpse into the masterpieces curated from the portfolios of some of the world's most esteemed artists, displayed across two floors of the building.
"A TRAIN OF THOUGHTS”
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