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Art Exhibits at The Betsy

The Betsy’s exhibitions are accessible, throughout the lobby, staircases, and hallways 365 days a year. Betsy co-owner Lesley Goldwasser Plutzik curates the hotel's photography-exclusive exhibitions with occasional guest curators and participating galleries.

To learn more about our gallery spaces, click here.

 

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Alessandro Sarno - "The Spirit of a People: Portraits and Slices of Life in The Islands of The Bahamas"

Currently Exhibited in Board Room
Alessandro Sarno is a Milan based artist who began his journey into photography in 2008 on the porch of The Betsy Hotel. As this artist’s muse, it seems fitting that The Betsy would be the host of Alessandro’s first Miami Exhibit.
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Andy Sweet Collection

Currently Exhibited in Lobby Salon
Born in Miami Beach in 1953, Sweet documented the life in Miami Beach and on Ocean Drive in the 70's and 80's. Sweet was witness to a unique time in the history of his hometown, when it was energized by a group of older Jewish immigrants, many of them Holocaust survivors.
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Bob Bonis

Currently Exhibited in Hallways
The Betsy’s proudly presents over 250 works shot by Bob Bonis, Road Manager of both The Beatles and The Rolling Stones during their first US tours. Through the lens of his Leica M3 camera, he documented both bands, guarding intimate, unplanned moments.
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Carlos Andres Cruz – “Betsy’s CEO’s (Canine Executive Officers): Katie, Betsy and Rosa"

Currently Exhibited in Underground Gallery
Carlos Andres Cruz is a dog photographer who specializes in creating images that reflect the dynamism, joy, and character of dogs in relaxed, enjoyable environments.
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Eric Kroll: The New York Years

In the late 70s and early 80s Eric Kroll documented the work and private pursuits of luminaries from the Stones to the Dead Boys, Blondie, Warhol and Haring. Madonna, Kenneth Anger, Grace Jones and Robert Mapplethorpe.
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Nadia Huggins: Strange Territory

Currently Exhibited in B Bar
Nadia Huggins was born in Trinidad and Tobago and grew up in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, where she is currently based. Her work explores belonging, identity, and memory through a contemporary approach focused on re-presenting Caribbean landscapes and the sea.