Back in Miami last week I had the chance to take a private tour of the Rubell Family Collection museum. The space, a 40,000-square-foot warehouse that once served as a Drug Enforcement Administration storage facility for cocaine and cash seized from drug dealers, houses one of the most extensive and renowned contemporary art collections in the world.
The library is sick.
The lines on the ground used to separate the DEA seizure lots.
Cady Noland’s “This Piece Has No Title Yet”.
Basquiat hanging in the office.