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Over the last 10 months the newly formed curatorial company, Goldman Global Arts, has been working side by side with the NFL’s Miami Dolphins to place artwork, specifically murals, inside their completely refurbished Hard Rock Stadium. The project began with Case Maclaim, Pose, and The London Police painting around the time of Art Basel last fall, with each of the artists having a massive three walled section. After last year’s football season ended construction kicked into high gear at the stadium. Following the completion of the new build the remaining 9 artists were brought into work in the stadium. Jen Stark, Vhils, Hownosm, Crash, Logan Hicks, Momo, Dasic Fernandez, 1010, and AVAF worked swiftly and secretly to complete works in time for the Dolphin’s home opener on September 25th. I was lucky enough to be down in Miami to assist Case last December in addition to being brought in by GGA to cover the second wave of murals. Check out the walls below and stay tuned as we hear there are likely more murals going up in the home of the Miami Dolphins.

 

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Case Maclaim

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Miami Dolphins Stadium before the construction and the appropriately named Montana Gold color

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Case in progress last fall

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The London Police

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Pose

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Case Maclaim

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AVAF

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Vhils portrait of legendary Miami Dolphins’ coach Don Shula

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Dasic Fernandez

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Crash

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Momo

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Jen Stark

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AVAF

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Logan Hicks

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From left to right top row first: Jessica Goldman Srebnick, Case Maclaim, Peter Tunney (2nd row) Jen Stark, Dasic Fernandez, 1010, Bob and Chaz of TLP, Logan Hicks and his son, Crash, and Martha Cooper

Daniel Weintraub

About Daniel Weintraub

Daniel Weintraub immersed himself into the street art world in early 2007 when a random trip to Tokyo happened to coincide with a Shepard Fairey and WK Interact show. Since then he has been collecting, documenting, curating, and assisting street artists around the world. He is currently based in Bushwick, Brooklyn but travels whenever and wherever possible. Follow all his adventures on instagram at @halopigg.