Wynwood Central, Wynwood’s First Ground-up, Mixed-use Development Launches During Art Basel with Unveiling of Wynwood Central Artist Collective

Wynwood Central, the first ground-up, mixed-use development in Wynwood unveils its Wynwood Central Artist Collective during Art Basel.

Local artists have transformed Wynwood from a semi-abandoned warehouse district into one of the largest open-air art galleries in the world and an internationally–recognized cultural center.

To show its appreciation for these talented local artists, Wynwood Central has turned the perimeter surrounding their site into a work of art with the help of acclaimed street artist Daniel Fila, aka KRAVE, and nine other prominent local street artists.

The Wynwood Central Artist Collective includes artwork by Daniel Fila, aka KRAVE, Yuval Ofir, Ruben Ubiera, Monz, Kazilla, Eddie Mendieta, Jay Bellichi, Rei Ramirez, Phil Fung and Arnaud Pages.

WHEN: Thursday, December 5 from 6pm to 8pm – Formal Unveiling
The artists will be working onsite through Thursday
A Wynwood Central spokesperson and Daniel Fila are available for interviews

WHERE: Wynwood Central
Located between 24 & 25 Street, just west of NW 2nd Avenue (north of Panther Coffee)

WHY: Inspired and designed by a team of locals with deep appreciation for Wynwood’s creative history and impact, Wynwood Central will reflect the authentic, artistic, and independent spirit of the neighborhood.

HOW: Free and open to the public

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