Begin Miami Art Week in the Design District at CHROMA 2023: Tue 12/5 at 5 pm

Lucid Design District presents CHROMA 2023 during Miami Art Week. Locals and guests in town for Art Basel Miami can see new works by sixteen national and international artists. This annual group exhibition features paintings, fiber art, sculptures, and digital art by emerging and mid-career artists – a grand display in the gallery’s 3,700 sf space located on Miami Design District’s “Art Corner”.

The Opening Reception will take place on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, from 5:00 – 8:00 pm at Lucid Design District, 10-12 NE 41 St., Miami, FL 33137FREE with RSVP via Eventbrite or The exhibition will be on view through December 19th.

The participating artists are Alexandra Arata (Washington D.C.), Adriana Mangupli (Argentina), Alejandra Stier (Argentina), Anne Beatriz (Brazil), Emilie Gosselin (Canada), Francisco Cortes (Argentina), Graciela Montich (Argentina), Karina Guerrero (Venezuela), Kevin Fletcher (Miami), Monica Avayou (Mexico), Payal Tak (Miami), Sandra De Souza (Miami), Simi Bhandari (Washington D.C.), Tanja Ličina (Serbia), Victoria Lopez (Argentina), and Wynn Gay (New Jersey). CHROMA 2023 is curated by Graciela Montich.

Feel the Beat!

Guests will also enjoy a live performance by Tabla musician Navya Nataraj aka @TheTablaQueen. Her musical project is designed to bridge the gap between various music styles with the rich beats of the Tabla.

Cheers to Miami Art Week!

To celebrate the beginning of Miami Art Week, guests who arrive early, will receive a complimentary glass of Prosecco provided by Federdoc, the Voluntary Consortia National Confederation for the Protection of the Italian Wines Designations.

Lucid Design District
10-12 NE 41 St., Miami, FL 33137
Opening Reception: Tuesday, December 5, 2023, | 5– 8pm | Free with RSVP
Gallery Hours: 11 am – 5 pm, Tuesday through Saturday. Additional hours by appointment.
Exhibition closes: December 19, 2023

About Lucid Design District

Established in 2021 as a studio and exhibition space for founder Payal Tak’s personal artwork, Lucid Design District will officially open to the public during Art Basel Miami Beach (Miami Art Week) 2022. The gallery is located on Miami Design District’s “art corner” (10-12 NE 41 St. at Miami Ave.) next to Museum Garage and across the street from the de la Cruz Collection and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami. The idea of Lucid Design District was born from Ms. Tak’s desire to connect with the community through collaborative art exchanges. She envisions hosting regular exhibitions, educational art talks, and artist networking events. The 3700-sf space is also an ideal environment for design-focused networking events and features a large reception or performance area; 8 curio-style ‘idea spaces’ for solo artist showcases or breakout sessions; a full-size kitchen; and 75’ long outdoor seating or parking area with lights; and a large wall for art installations.