The GGA gallery, inside the Wynwood Walls, is a dynamic public space dedicated to over 100 of the world's greatest street artists. The artists and individual works are carefully selected by Goldman Global Arts co-founder and gallery curator Peter Tunney.
The gallery exhibits an everchanging roster of the group and solo shows from past and present artists of The Wynwood Walls, centered around providing viewers and collectors with a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the global street art movement.
Our current exhibitions are the ‘Wynwood Walls Anniversary 10 year Retrospective’ group show showcasing past and present artists of The Wynwood Walls and ‘Pure Risk’ a Solo Show by West Coast graffiti legend Risk.
The GGA Gallery is a subsidiary of Goldman Global Arts. Goldman Global Arts is a Miami and New York-based creative collective founded by Jessica Goldman Srebnick and Peter Tunney. Goldman Global Arts has elevated the platform of street art and public art as an instrument of change by infusing art and creativity into life in unexpected ways. By challenging what is known and inspiring curiosity using a language that connects both people and art, we take on projects that will continue to shift the paradigm of how people interact with and perceive the spaces that surround them.
GGA Gallery inside The Wynwood Walls debuted the Solo Show “Ethereal” by world-renowned Portuguese artist Vhils. Vhils created 24 pieces for his show in a broad range of media and took over the façade of the gallery with his artwork.
In 2019, the 10 year anniversary of Wynwood Walls will coincide with Shepard Fairey’s final stop for his show, Facing the Giant: 3 Decades of Dissent. The show is in celebration of his 30 years as an artist and represents a dialogue between Fairey’s 19-year-old self with his current 49-year-old-self who has journeyed through trials both metaphorically and literally. Its plays along with the theme of the anniversary with its nostalgic theme that highlights 30 pieces of his work, some ranging as far back as three decades.
Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra is coming up with an exhibition of canvases in Wynwood, the famous Miami neighborhood known as the world center of street art. The show, which should have about 30 screens painted by Kobra, is his first after 10 years. And it comes after the Brazilian artist was named personality of the year in New York – due to the 19 murals he spread through the Big Apple last year.