With David Castillo, Pan American Art Projects, and Dorsch continuing their shows from last month, this weekend's Second Saturday Art Walk is not quite as robust as February's. (Never mind the ever-encroaching food trucks, booty raves, and pop-up shops.)
It's a good time to wander off your typical art walk route and explore new or overlooked white cubes.
Check out newly opened Zadock Gallery for an exhibit rich in neon flamingos and blue cherubs.
See the largest privately-owned collection of Dali at the Moore Building and the Center for Visual Communication's meditation on the inherent beauty of the Cuban landscape.
The art walk starts roughly at 6 p.m. and fills Wynwood blocks (between 22 and 29 streets along NW Second Avenue) and in the Design District (roughly 35 to 41 streets between NE Second and N. Miami avenues).
Click the below slideshow to see HuffPost Miami's top picks for the March Second Saturday Art Walk.
Read through our February picks as well because many of those exhibits will show again this weekend.