Currently Exhibited in Art Deco Wing
With work recently featured in MoMA’s New Photography 2018 Exhibition, Being, she is the 2007 recipient of the European Union Prize in Mali-based Rencontres Africaines de la Photographie. The sentiments behind the images are supposed to be things that exist within all of us regardless of where we come from.
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.
Arien Chang Castan
Arien’s work focuses in areas within Cuban society that are generally ignored in Cuban documentary photography. Themes like the rodeo, gay culture, and bodybuilding are reflected in his work, always portrayed with an artistic, conceptual vision that enriches the image.
Bunny Yeager: “Bunny Yeager and Her Circle: Miami’s Golden Age”
Bunny Yeager (1929-2014) was one of the most influential photographers of the modern era. Her self-portraits alone establish her as an innovative and important artist, demonstrating an ability to
Carlos Betancourt - "Intimate Spirit: Collages and Other Works"
Multi-disciplinary artist Carlos Betancourt was born and raised in San Juan Puerto Rico (1966) to Cuban exile parents. He moved to Miami when he was 15, embarking on a physical, emotional, and
Dave Calver’s collection exhibited at The Betsy Hotel includes work from his recently published graphic novel, Limbo Lounge. Calver’s artwork can also be seen in Taschen’s noted book “100 Illustrators’ where he is featured among the world’s top talent.
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.
For Freedoms’ exhibitions, installations, and public programs use art to deepen public discussions on civic issues and core values, and to advocate for equality, dialogue, and civic participation.
The Betsy-South Beach (thebetsyhotel.com), announces exhibitions opening during the week of Art Basel (2017) in Miami Beach to include the work of nine Miami artists, NY-based artist Gerard Mossé, and
Iké Udé "Self and Other Selves: Sartorial Anarchy Series; Nollywood Portraits and New Works"
Iké Udé’s Sartorial Anarchy portraits feature the artist, himself, dressed in varied costumes across geography and time, exploring a world of dualities: photographer/performance artist, artist
Karl Stoecker - "London 1973, The New Romantics"
Karl Stoecker, born in Brooklyn and based in Miami, worked in London from 1966 to 1975, where his photographs were published in Vogue, Nineteen, and Harper’s Bazaar. Karl produced album covers for
Seydou Keita: “Seydou Keita curated by Danziger Gallery”
SEYDOU KEÏTA - (c.1921 – 2001) Danziger Gallery is pleased to present a selection of photographs by Seydou Keïta at The Gallery at The Betsy Hotel. Under the ownership of photography collector Lesley