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Food, Art & Culture collide at Junction 2027

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First look at new food hall with the artists first showcase!

By LaToya Stirrup

      MIAMI, FL — A new food hall, Junction 2027, will debut during this year’s Art Basel with its inaugural Artists First: A Guerrilla Style Gallery showcase in Overtown in partnership with the Overtown CRA and Commissioner Keon Hardemon. The event is being curated and presented in collaboration with local artist and muralist, Chris Pyrate.

Artists First will provide art enthusiasts and foodies in Miami with a four-day event that combines food, art, music and culture under one roof from Thursday, Dec. 7-10 at Junction 2027 (2027 N.W. Seventh Ave., Miami, Fla. 33136). The hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. The event will also grant attendees with a first look at the new food hall space that is scheduled to open summer 2018.

Artists First presents new and experienced artists with an alternative to the traditional gallery experience, as it will be an artist-run/commission-free exhibit. Individual artists can secure wall space, placement in the Gallery’s merchandise store and even a full pop up store space. Security will be provided 24 hours every day by Junction 2027 for the duration of the showcase.

The show is free and open to the public. For more information, call (786) 505-0981, between 8 a.m. and 5 p. m. email art@junctionhalls.com or visit junctiohalls.com/art-basel.

To learn more about Juncion 2027 and get information on how to be considered for future space in the food hall, visit: junctionhalls.com. For media inquiries, contact LaToya Strriup at Junction Halls (786) 505-0981.

 

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