The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse

404 NW 26th St.
Miami, Fl 33137
305-576-4350
The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse was created by Miami Light Project in order to address the needs of our artistic community within the changing cultural landscape of Miami and within the context of an evolving international field of art and culture.

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