Green Space Miami Extends Exhibition DISplace

Ryan Seacrest

Since the launch of Green Space Miami in 2020, we have had the privilege of meeting and working with hundreds of Miami artists. An enduring theme dominating discourse in our community is home. In a Miami context the subject of home is also about change. The rate of Miami’s growth is unprecedented. While that brings increased opportunity for some, the cost of living, and the rate of demolishment and development, has made it impossible for artists and creatives to live and work here.

This year Green Space Miami commissioned the artist Arsimmer McCoy to write a prompt for the 2023 open call (see last page). Arsimmer’s written and spoken work titled ‘DISplace’ struck a chord amongst Miami’s artists and inspired an outpouring of proposals. This group show features 10 artists selected by the Green Space Miami advisory committee. Through their work, the artists explore the themes of displacement, the complexities of home, identity and resilience in this dynamic city.

‘DISplace’ is the third Green Space Miami annual open call. Originally conceived to benefit Miami artists during the pandemic lockdown, the search for space to exhibit awardees’ work led to the foundation of Green Space Miami. Green Space Miami is now the Green Family Foundation’s permanent art space with a year-round program of exhibitions and events focused on supporting Miami’s artists Asser Saint-Val, Carolina Cueva, Dudley Alexis, Enma Saiz, Jacob Stiltner, Karla Kantorovich, Gabriela Chérrez, Premonition Bureau, Sydney Maubert and Xiomara Forbez.


NOVEMBER 17, 2023 – March 31, 2024 WEDNESDAY – SUNDAY, 12 – 6PM

Green Space Miami 
7200 Biscayne Boulevard 

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