90 NW 29th Street
Miami, FL (305) 571-9970
♿ Wheelchair accessible
We’re located one block west of North Miami Avenue on 29th Street and moments away from the Midtown Miami retail/residential center. You’ll find us directly across the street from the Rubell Family Collection– our building is tucked away from the street but features a beautiful mural that should not be missed! The door is closed but unlocked during business hours – come on in!
By car: Please see Google Maps for driving directions. Note that the North Miami Avenue exit off of Eastbound I-195 is currently closed due to construction. The closest exit is Biscayne Boulevard which currently experiences heavy traffic volume. Please allow extra travel time.
By bus: Bus Route 6 of the Miami-Dade Public Transit System stops directly in front of the theater. (Please see schedules for times.)
O Cinema does not have a private parking lot. However, street parking in Wynwood is free and readily available. We encourage you to park alongside NW 29th Street – we love our neighbors and don’t want to inconvenience them, so please do not block any of the driveways or entryways of our neighboring properties as your cars will be towed by the city of Miami.
About O Cinema Wynwood
More information about O Cinema Wynwood coming soon!
Art at O
“Swimming Upstream” Splashes Down at Art @ O Gallery in November.
Works by New York and Miami-based Artists
“Swimming Upstream”, an exhibition of works by 17 New York and Miami-based artists, will take place at the Art @ O gallery space from November 3rd to 30th. Each participant, has individually interpreted the show’s theme. The works are aquatic in focus, centered on the constant struggle of the female artist, or a combination of both. The exhibition encompasses diverse mediums-–– including video, collage, photography, and painting––by artists who range from the well-established to those showing work for the first time.
The impetus for the show, co-curated by Cat Del Buono and Diana Leidel, came from a Del Buono video which is included in this exhibition. It is a floor installation in which swimmers ceaselessly stroke by underfoot in what appears to be an underground pool. The works range from Gabriela Vainsencher’s “And There I Was Fulfilling Myself in Some Amazing Way’” (a watercolor of a fishes’ contemplation), to Kim Butler’s photo of a gas mask-clad damsel in a river, Toa Castellanos’ “Monsters” collage of a makeshift woman, and Diana Leidel’s “Swimming Lesson” black on black digital image.
Other artists in “Swimming Upstream” are Amanda Church, Gillian Crosson, Jade Doskow, Teresa Forsch, Veronica Frenning, Gina Margillo, Estelle Nichols, Sarah Palmer, Naomi Tarantal, Anja Wade, and Antonia Wright.
Art @ O is located at O Cinema at 90 NW 29th Street in Miami. Hours are Thursday and Friday from 6 pm, Saturday and Sunday from 2 pm. There will be an opening reception from 7 to 9 on Saturday, November 3.