Dot Fiftyone is a Miami-based gallery with a focus on contemporary art. Founded in 2003 by Alfredo Guzman and Isaac Perelman, the gallery is dedicated to exhibiting emerging and established artists whose works encourage dynamic ideas and discourses. Representing several artists from the Global South, it has showcased artists for the first time in the USA who were emblematic in their countries but were still underrecognized in North America. Located in Little River, Dot Fiftyone Gallery is one of the city's longest-standing contemporary art spaces.
gallery aims to create a platform for dialogue and cultural exchange among
artists, collectors, curators, and the public. It seeks to challenge and expand
the boundaries of contemporary art. Dot Fiftyone has been known to host solo
and group exhibitions, featuring works that explore social, political, and
cultural themes, as well as pushing the boundaries of artistic expression. Dot
Fiftyone actively participates in international art fairs and collaborates with
other galleries and institutions to foster artistic exchange and engagement.
Mr. Perelman, former President of the Miami Art Dealers Association (MADA), and Mr. Guzman, former chairman on the Board of the Wynwood Arts District Association (WADA), have reinforced their involvement in the development of the arts in the city.
Dot Fiftyone boasts a robust and dedicated collector community spanning vibrant hubs like Miami, New York, Houston, Los Angeles, and across Latin America. Notably, Dot Fiftyone proudly holds a current membership with the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA), a dynamic non-profit arts organization committed to fostering, empowering, and catapulting emerging talents within the realm of contemporary art.