Scenes from Prizm Art Fair

I only attended three art fairs while on a short trip to Miami, and Prizm was the one that I looked forward to the most. It was hosted in Little Haiti, and featured contemporary artists from the African Diaspora. When I arrived early Saturday midmorning, I was one of a handful of spectators viewing the art. That left me with more time to study each piece (and take ridiculous selfies). I put two hours aside to enjoy Prizm, but I actually stayed for less than an hour. There were awe-inspiring pieces, but not many as I expected as far as quantity. I have every intention of returning to Miami Art Week next year, but I’ll probably skip Prizm. This decision isn’t because I didn’t enjoy myself. Moreso because there a so many other art fairs that I have yet to see.

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