With many galleries showing the same exhibits as last month, there's not much to cover for July's Second Saturday Art Walk. Be don't be turned off by the summer lull!
Zone in on the handful of new shows opening. Namely stop by Robert Fontaine Gallery for Damien Hirst and a visual meditation on how the wigged-one, Andy Warhol, affected the art world.
Check out work by Clifton Childree at the Miami Art Museum staff show and swing by Now Contemporary At Projects for a group show featuring usual materials like suspended buttons and melted toys.
See work from longtime local art stars like Naomi Fisher and Hernan Bas (who now calls Detroit home) over at Snitzer.
The art walk starts roughly at 6 p.m. Saturday and fills Wynwood blocks (between 22 and 29 streets along NW Second Avenue) and those in the Design District (roughly 35 to 41 streets between NE Second and N. Miami avenues).
In the summer, many galleries keep shows running for a full 3 months, so check back to our Art Walk Guide for June to read about exhibits opened last month but still on walls this weekend.