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ART UNEXPECTED MIAMI DOLPHINS & GOLDMAN GLOBAL ARTS COLLABORATION

HARD ROCK STADIUM IS TRULY A SIGHT TO BEHOLD

Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross wanted to take the newly renovated stadium a step further and make it even more visually stunning. He wanted to make it — literally — a work of art. Thus, the Dolphins partnered with Goldman Global Arts (GGA) to turn Hard Rock Stadium into a vibrant, monumental street art experience.

“Mr. Ross’ vision for Hard Rock Stadium is unlike any other. This is more than just a sports stadium, this is going to become an iconic global entertainment destination. The hope is that with an infusion of art we’re bringing something new, exciting, and game-changing.” - Jessica Goldman Srebnick, co-founder of Goldman Global Arts.

#artunexpected

"The mandate to the artists was to bring your absolute best, to create something that really represents who you are, the finest work you’ve ever done. So, it was important that the art is in highly trafficked areas. From every seat, you will be able to explore and enjoy world-class art." - Jessica Goldman Srebnick

HARD ROCK STADIUM WILL FEATURE 19 MURALS AND 17 FINE ART PIECES, BY 18 ARTISTS, FROM 10 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES

MOMO, USA

"KIKI & MARIA" - NORTHWEST PLAZA TERRACE

MOMO is an artist working in public spaces with homemade tools. His current interests lie with an evolving range of adapted masonry techniques to draft, design, and organize 2 & 3D compositions. Born in San Francisco in 1974, MOMO has travelled most of his life, lived in New York for six years and currently keeps a studio in New Orleans.
"KIKI & MARIA"

VHILS, PORTUGAL

"DON SHULA" - SOUTH 72 MID WALL

Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils, has developed a unique visual language based on the removal of the surface layers of walls and other media with non-conventional tools and techniques, establishing symbolic reflections on identity, life in the urban context, the passage of time, and the relationship of interdependence between people and the surrounding environment. His groundbreaking carving technique has been met with critical acclaim.
"DON SHULA"
72 CLUB, SOUTH LOBBY

PETER TUNNEY, USA

HYUNDAI CLUB, WEST AND EAST WALLS

ATOS CLUB

THE LONDON POLICE, UK

"THE TOUCHDOWN" - 100 LEVEL, NORTHWEST CORNER

The London Police started in 1998 when big English geezers headed to Amsterdam to help rejuvenate the visually disappointing streets of Holland’s capital. They were part of a small group of artists at the end of the last century that helped pioneer a new street art movement. TLP are Chaz Barrison who draws the iconic 'LADS' characters and Bob Gibson whose tight portrait and architectural illustrations help marry the two styles to create an endearing, exciting fantasy world.
"THE TOUCHDOWN"
ATOS CLUB

LOGAN HICKS, USA

"THE WATERWAY" - 100 LEVEL, NORTH

Logan Hicks is a New York-based stencil artist whose work explores the dynamics of the urban environment. Stenciling started as a substitution for screen printing, but quickly morphed into Logan's medium of choice. With his photorealistic style, Logan draws a parallel between the cold, harsh city and a warm, vibrant organism. It is alive; a breathing creature where the ebb and flow of people washing over its sidewalks act as cells circulating through its veins.
"THE WATERWAY"
72 CLUB, BAR AREA

JEN STARK, USA

"DRIP DOWN" - 100 LEVEL, 156 FIRST AID

Jen Stark was born in Miami, Florida in 1983 and received her BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2005, majoring in fibers with a minor in animation. Her artwork mimics intricate patterns and colors found in nature while exploring ideas of replication and infinity.
"DRIP DOWN"

1010, GERMANY

"STAY CURIOUS" - 100 LEVEL, 145 CORNER

1010, pronounced “ten-ten”, is a Hamburg-based contemporary artist known for his enigmatic, portal-like street art illusions on walls around the world. 1010 is widely recognized for his amazing works that trick the mind to appear like holes and three-dimensional shapes on walls. 1010 works out from the dark center of his image, layer by layer, to reach the lightest shades of color on the periphery of the piece, creating vortexes that burrow their way into buildings playing with time and space.
"STAY CURIOUS"

HOW & NOSM, GERMANY

"END OF SUMMER" - 100 LEVEL, SOUTHWEST CORNER

How and Nosm are identical twin brothers known for their large scale murals that adorn city walls around the world. The red, black, and white-based imagery is instantly recognizable and commands attention through the impressive size and the intricate detail. Born in Spain, German in heritage, and currently residing in New York, their influence appropriately extends internationally. Their style is essentially who they are as artists and people as a grittiness is hidden beneath levels of thoughtful design and bold form
"END OF SUMMER"

POSE, USA

"FIN" - 100 LEVEL, SE CORNER

Modern pop artist POSE has been applauded for his inventive ability to take everyday, “throw-away” items and introduce them into the world to communicate something much deeper. His work relies on harnessing very simple human emotions like love, loss and triumph, presented in a complex union of vivid colors and layered application that aims for something much more profound than what’s at the literal, surface level.
"FIN"

AVAF, BRAZIL & FRANCE

"AMOROUS VOLUMINOUS ATROCIOUS FEROCIOUS" - 200 LEVEL, NORTHEAST CORNER

Assume vivid astro focus is comprised of Eli Sudbrack and Christophe Hamaide-Pierson. Eli was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and works between São Paulo and New York. Christophe was born in Paris where he lives and works. Personal expression and a lust for life feature prominently in projects simultaneously rooted in the politics of free speech, civil rights, and the dissolution of rigid classifications of class, gender, and national identity.
"AMOROUS VOLUMINOUS ATROCIOUS FEROCIOUS"
"ANOTHER VIVACIOUS ADMIRING FRIEND" - 200 LEVEL, SOUTHWEST CORNER

CRASH, USA

"PAINT WAR 101" - NORTHEAST PLAZA

Born John Matos in 1961, CRASH was raised in the Bronx, New York. At the age of 13, he began following the older teens from his neighborhood to the train yards and began bombing. By 1980, he began transitioning from train yards to galleries, he curated the ground-breaking "Graffiti Art Success for America" at Fashion MODA, launching the graffiti movement that has remained very active through today.
"PAINT WAR 101"

DASIC FERNANDEZ, CHILE

"ALL THE WAY" - 100 LEVEL, 147 CORNER

Dasic Fernández cannot remember precisely how or when he became an artist. He began painting by graffiti-tagging buildings with the stylized letters of his name. Fernández prefers street art because it contains the essential quality of providing a space in which to connect with the public directly. He believes “painting on the street carries great responsibility—both artistic and social.”
"ALL THE WAY"

CASE, GERMANY

"MIAMI GARDENS" - 72 CLUB, OWNERS ELEVATOR LANDING

Case, aka Andreas von Chrzanowski, a founding member of the reknown Ma'Claim Crew, has been a photorealism pioneer for over two decades, primarily using the medium of spray paint to embrace the power of movement through the universality of hands. "Power" and "movement" have individually played key roles in the backbone of his German roots, inspiring him to communicate his strong messages of unity and power by overlaying hands.
"MIAMI GARDENS"
72 CLUB

HUEMAN, USA

"XX-XY"- 72 CLUB

FELIPE PANTONE, ARGENTINA

HYUNDAI CLUB

TRISTAN EATON, USA

300 LEVEL NORTH

PICHI & AVO

300 LEVEL SOUTH

FINTAN MAGEE

200 LEVEL GATES B & F

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