Billionaire real estate developer Martin Z. Margulies has been a fixture of the Miami art scene for more than 40 years—his private collection, housed in a 45,000-square-foot warehouse in Wynwood (he opened it just a few years after the Rubells, when the neighborhood looked very different than it does today) houses major works from contemporary artists across mediums, with an emphasis on sculpture and photography. The Margulies collection separates itself from other private art spaces in the city with its long-time and highly respected curator, Katherine Hinds, who is Margulies’ right-hand on all collection-related matters. It has built a reputation for spotlighting ambitious sculptural works and immersive installations, like mirrored tile works by Olafur Eliasson, and one of Do Ho Suh’s famous silk apartment works. Exhibitions rotate seasonally.

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