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Thought-Provokers: Downtown & Brickell

Miami has always had an artistic soul. The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community. Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive. Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.

Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around Downtown & Brickell that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Eugenia Károlyi

My art is to bring people together through sports. I always strive to get the people watching my content through a screen, as close as possible to the experience of actually being at the event itself. In my opinion, sports have the greatest power to bring people together, regardless of their race, nationality, gender, or religion, and that is the main reason why I am so passionate about sports. Read more>>

Pilar Honorato

I started taking painting classes because I’ve always loved to paint and after a little while I wanted to do it full time. I realized that it was my calling. Now I have even more love for art because I realized that I was able to raise awareness about environmental issues through my art. Read more>>

Dmitry Zhitov

Many years have passed, but my love and passion for storytelling has not changed. Even though I create bigger projects now- documentaries, that travel the world and win many awards nationally and internationally, exhibitions of my photography, music videos, publish Coffee Table Books, that little boy from Siberia is still with me, is still passionate about storytelling and eager to explore the world. Read more>

Keya Tama

I am a street artist, illustrator, and painter. I make colorful work that focuses on the relationship between the subconscious historic symbolic world guiding us and the present realm of aesthetics. I try to reinterpret ancient visuals into a modern value system. I hope people find resonance in my and add it to there iconography of emotional imagery. Read more>>

King DYFL

My art is my everything. I use it to inspire and uplift those going through something. I always use it to have fun and for people to enjoy because I truly love it. I work so hard for those who passionately believe in what they do to show them anything is possible. Read more>>

Anton Kirindongo

Over time I began to face another challenge: which direction should I go? Which field should I focus on? I was freelancing for a few years, then became a professional wedding photographer to now partnering with an advertising agency all while transitioning into an artist. Read more>>

Jamie Oh

I would easily call myself an artist because I love to express myself creatively, especially through the outfits I wear and by sharing my images with others on social media. Interestingly enough, I majored music in college. I still write and sing my own songs, but most of them are not meant to be shared with anyone, so you won’t find them anywhere anytime soon – maybe one day I’ll publish them! Read more>>

EvansTheKidd

Growing up, I had a speech problem where I couldn’t start or hold a conversation and had to go through years of therapy the school system provided for us with. But the music was always there for me and it was my escape and became my blood there’s not a single day I do not write music. Read more>>

Ellena Lourens

I want my work to inspire people, not in a way that’s challenging, but in a way that motivates them to reach within themselves to something that they could share, which would be warm and creative in the same resonance of each piece that I make. I think to expect anything specific in return from viewers of my work would taint my ability to be vulnerable within it. Read more>>

Dylan Golden

I began rapping at a very early age. I was probably 13 when I first participated in the yearly talent show and performed my original music. I had my first professional studio experience when I was 15. It felt very natural to express myself. I really began taking my musical journey seriously when I was in my freshman year of college. Read more>>

Ricardo Nunez

I paint Murals and Canvas. My style is a mix of Abstract, geometry, color overlays, transparencies. I really like to play with colors, colors degrade.I paint with Spray Paint because it was the tool it was given to me when I started painting. Read more>>

Bob Cervas

I have my Masters of Architecture and work 9-5 doing international store design for a major fashion retailer, but my hobbies will always remain in the arts. Since I was a kid, my free time was always spent alone, learning and teaching myself skills, and finding new creative outlets.  Read more>>

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