2270 NW 23rd St.
Miami, Florida

El Espacio 23 houses three apartments and a shared work space reserved for residency programs. The residency includes living space, shared studio space, and a production budget for artists and curators across various stages in their career, with a diverse range of disciplines and ethnic backgrounds. Programming is year-round and the length of the stay depends on the interest of the curator or the complexity of the artists’ projects. Residents are selected by El Espacio 23’s curatorial team within the context of the space’s exhibition program, the city of Miami and the Jorge M. Pérez Collection.

Current Residents

Wagner studied at the Escuela de Arte Corriente Alterna, from which she graduated with the Gold and Silver Medal of her class. She holds a bachelor’s degree in visual arts from the Complementary Baccalaureate Program of UNMSM. In 2005, she received the Pollock Krasner Scholarship...

André Azevedo develops a continuous investigation into textile and linguistic construction techniques, manipulating the ordinary matter of the world. His research with fabrics is part of his personal and familiar experience with this materiality. From this intimate connection, the artist began to understand textiles simultaneously...