Gustavo Oviedo: Symbiosis

The Museum of Graffiti is proud to present Gustavo Oviedo: Symbiosis, on view from October 17 to November 14, 2020.

Join us in unveiling the first look of Symbiosis on October 17, 2020. The artist will be safely greeting collectors all day, signing copies of his book and releasing a brand new print at 1:31 PM. Guests are encouraged to reserve tickets in advance due to limited availability.

Gustavo Oviedo, now 39, was born in Paris but was raised in France, Colombia, Venezuela, and Mexico before finally relocating to Miami. In Miami, painting graffiti was a means to learn the city, connect with other teenagers and was a common language that helped him adapt to a new, foreign culture. With Miami’s art scene booming and adulthood calling, Oviedo broke away from the clandestine world of graffiti and decided to explore a part of Miami that didn’t include abandoned buildings and construction sites—the Biscayne Bay.

Over the past 15 years, Oviedo has developed a highly personal, self-taught style of art that explores the relationship between the bustle of Miami’s vibrant metropolitan streets and the tranquility of the Biscayne Bay’s aquatic life, currents, and marine dystopia.

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Oct 17 2020


11:00 am - 7:00 pm

Mon-Fri: 11am ‒ 6pm
Sat-Sun: 11am ‒ 7pm

Hours subject to change for holidays and special events.

Adults: $16 + tax/fees
Children under 13: Free

276 NW 26th Street Miami, FL 33127