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The Balloon Museum is Now Open at Mana Wynwood

The 'Let’s Fly' exhibition in Miami showcases the ingenuity and creativity of contemporary artists using air as their medium.

Jun 17, 2024 · 2 Minute Read

Mana Wynwood is counting down to the opening of the Balloon Museum on our premises, just days away. The immersive art activation, running through October 6th, invites south Florida locals and visitors to explore a wonderland of inflatable art. Showcasing world-renowned pieces from 20 international artists, the exhibition blends contemporary art with interactive elements, promising to enrich Miami’s vibrant cultural scene.

Among the striking installations, guests can survey ‘Octopus Attacks!’ by Filthy Luker and Pedro Estrellas, a design that has made waves in the street art community since 2004. Also featured is Ouchh’s ‘AI Dataportal of Miami,’ a mesmerizing tunnel of LED screens and mirrors that visually represents the city’s digital and atmospheric data.

Other notable highlights include Max Streicher’s ‘Quadriga,’ drawing inspiration from metaphysical themes and classical sculpture, and Michael Shaw’s ‘Lava Lamp,’ a monumental inflatable sculpture reminiscent of the iconic 1960s lamp. Cyril Lancelin’s ‘Flying Maze,’ a vast green labyrinth, invites visitors to get lost in its intricate pathways, while Eness’s ‘Spiritus Sonata’ evokes early childhood wonder with its luminous and inflatable forms.

Motorefisico’s Swing display at the Balloon MuseumMotorefisico’s Swing is one of the many interactive pieces on display at the Balloon Museum

Pieces such as Motorefisico’s ‘Swing,’ a dynamic installation of suspended spheres, and Sasha Frolova’s ‘Fountain of Eternity & Kaleidoscope,’ an inflatable sculpture paired with a hypnotic video, encourage audiences to touch and connect to the art in a deeply personal way.

Tickets start at $29 for children and $39 for adults, with special rates for Florida residents, students, and military personnel. For more information, visit balloonmuseum.world.


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