Daniel Buren / Miami

3 Dec 2015 – Dec 2016
194 NW 30th Street, Miami, FL
Wed-Sat, 12–5:30pm & by appointment

Buren’s yearlong exhibition in the Wynwood Arts District of Miami was a celebration of 50 years since his discovery and subsequent use of the 8.7 cm readymade stripe. The first iteration was a survey of works from 1966 onwards, while the second iteration consisted of an in situ work that altered the viewer’s experience and perception of space.

Project Notes

View images, videos, and other ephemera documenting the Tom Burr / New Haven project.



Alan Feuer, “Art Dealers Move Out of the Gallery and Into a Taco Bell,” The New York Times, October 2016

Gean Moreno, “No Return Ticket: Daniel Buren in Miami,” The Miami Rail, September 2016

Pei-Ru Keh, “City limits: Bortolami Gallery’s ‘Artist/City’ upends the traditional exhibition model,” Wallpaper*, August 2016

Taylor Dafoe, “Bortolami Pushes Art Beyond NY and LA,” Blouin Artinfo, July 2016

Dan Duray, “Bortolami creates US-wide mini-Marfas,” The Art Newspaper, July 2016

Sam Korman, “Emma Fernberger on Artist / City,” Flash Art, July 2016

Meghan Dailey,  “First Look: Daniel Buren / Miami,” Sotheby’s, December 2015