Zadok Art Gallery
Permanently Closed


Zadok Art Gallery
2534 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33127

The Zadok Art Gallery is permanently closed
Located in the heart of Miami's vibrant Wynwood arts district, Zadok Gallery was an international leader in the presentation and sale of innovative contemporary art.

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Grand Opening of Zadok Art Gallery

March 1, 2010 |

n March, Zadok Art Gallery (ZAG) is featuring the work of seven modern, pop and contemporary artists, as well as two dynamic group shows exhibiting Chinese artists. Zadok Gallery was founded by Miriam and Dror Zadok; Frederic Letzelter is the newly appointed gallery director and curator. The ZAG grand opening event takes place on March 1, 2010 and welcomes ZAG’s collectors and special guests.

The Zadok Art Gallery is opening its first season exhibiting the works of Italian artist, poet and photographer Luca Artioli; esteemed French artist Marc Ash; well-known Miami pop culture artist Stephen Gamson; breakout mixed-media artist Karim Ghidinelli; acclaimed photographer Tomáš Loewy; China’s revelations, the Ta Men-THEY Group, Shi Lifeng and Shen Jindong; accomplished Norwegian multimedia artist Stian Roenning; and contemporary French sculptor Yom.  The gallery is also exhibiting rare art works by Andy Warhol, and early paintings by Romero Britto.

The gallery is currently open to the public and is slated to host a number of special events in the coming months including its participation in Wynwood Art District Art Walks “Second Saturdays” of the month.  ZAG is also holding ZAGtalks - a series of conversations with artists, consultants, brokers, curators and collectors to discuss the state of the art market. ZAGtalks will be held during the newly initiated “Last Thursday” Wynwood Art District Art Walks. ZAGtalks will cover such topics as trends in collecting modern and pop art, the secondary market, and the creative process of featured artists.

Zadok Art Gallery’s mission is to “serve as a preeminent destination for international artists and collectors who view art as an extension of political and social dialogue.  ZAG offers selected emerging artists a platform to exhibit their work alongside contemporary established artists and is a reference for the secondary market and modern art in the southeastern United States.”

Zadok Art Gallery. 2534 North Miami Ave. Miami, FL, 33127


Mission StatementZadok Art Gallery

Zadok Art Gallery’s (ZAG) mission is to serve as the central location for established and emerging artists and collectors who value contemporary art as a creative expression of humanity’s diversity and experiences.

ZAG provides a direct connection to both primary and secondary Modern Art Markets.


Zadok Art Gallery makes its unique multipurpose exhibition and installation space available as a pop up and event venue to private, public, non-profit organizations and to individuals for a convertibility functioning space.   ZAG offers 17,500 square feet to accommodate up to 700 guests with 20 foot ceilings, a two level atrium and 12 halls in which to delight your guests.
ZAG presents a fusion of the contemporary artists from Asia, Europe, USA, South America, Middle East and also the Pop Masters of the 60’s and 80’s.
A creative and artistic alternative event venue in a, thoroughly modern art space surrounded by art work by modern art masters and emerging artists provides the high energy and dynamic framework for your event’s resounding success.

To request an on-site tour of ZAGallery, please contact our Events Coordinator at 305-255-3030 or e-mail: [email protected]

Featured Artist

  • Fondo, 2010
  • Karim Ghidinelli

    Solo Exhibit 
    March - June 2010

  • Oh Rose!, 2006
  • Zhang Donghong

    Permanent Chinese Group Show

  • Flower of Happiness
  • Shi Lifeng

    Permanent Chinese Group Show

  • Great Hall of People B, 2001
  • Lu Hao

    Permanent Chinese Group Show

  • The Window onto My Silence has Opened with a Perfume of Light, 2009
  • Luca Artioli

    Minimalism in the Line 
    Group Show 
    March - April 2010

  • Ark 2, 2005
  • Li Hui

    Permanent Chinese Group Show

  • 22,5 [4], 2009
  • Jean-Pierre Morin

    Under the Maple 
    Canadian Group Show 
    April 1 - June 30 2010

  • Series G3, 2006
  • Feng Zhengjie



News / Press Releases


Located in the heart of Miami’s vibrant Wynwood arts district, Zadok Gallery is an international leader in the presentation and sale of innovative contemporary art. 

One of the largest and most impressive galleries in the Wynwood and Design District neighborhoods of Miami, Zadok gallery is an ideal location for events of all types. The physical space of the gallery is incredible, with 12,500 square feet of gallery space spread out over two levels. The interior space of the gallery can hold over 900 guests at one time. There are six individual gallery spaces within our building and each room is a different size and has different attributes, offering a variety of solutions for your event needs. Most notably, one room has soaring 28-foot ceilings and a flood of natural light with an overlook from a 3,000 square foot mezzanine. When you choose Zadok Gallery as a venue, your event will be surrounded by cutting edge contemporary artwork from around the globe. 

Zadok Gallery has hosted corporate, private and charitable clients for a wide variety of events including tradeshows, fund raisers, political functions, press and media events, product launches, wine tastings, private parties, educational events, film/photo/broadcast production, private dinners, editorial and catalog shoots, castings, art openings, focus group testing, and birthdays. 

At Zadok Gallery we know that the success of your event is not assured by the quality of the venue alone. Our experienced staff can assist in all aspects of event and party planning and can recommend any and all vendors and suppliers. One of the unique features we offer is the option of programmed content. This includes gallery tours, introduction to art collecting, investment seminars for new art collectors, and presentations by artists, curators, authors, and art critics. We can create a custom presentation for any group and tailor the content to engage your guests completely.

The building is located less than a half a mile from interstate highway I-95 and within 15 minutes of Brickell, Downtown, Aventura, Miami International Airport, South Beach, and the Design District. The property has limited parking for VIP and support staff vehicles in a private lot and street parking is plentiful throughout Wynwood. In addition, we work closely with numerous valet services that can considerably increase the number of vehicles that we can manage for a large event. The gallery has multiple entrances, handicap accessible ramps/lifts, an outdoor garden space, and multiple restrooms. 




Zadok Gallery: A New Space for the Arts in Wynwood


By Denise Colson

Zadok Art Gallery (ZAG) opened its doors in Miami’s Wynwood Art District on March 1 of this year with an ambitious schedule of exhibitions. It promises to present the South Florida community with an excellent selection of artists dating from the post-World War II era to the present day.

The gallery, which occupies a space of 17500 square feet, was founded by Miriam and Dror Zadok and aims to bring to South Florida many of the most internationally renowned artists of Asia, Europe and the Americas. It seeks to exhibit works with political and social content that invite the spectator to establish a rewarding dialogue with contemporary artistic production.

This new project realizes the Zadoks’ dream of founding an art gallery. Forty years ago, this New York couple decided to establish residency in Miami. Since then, they have generated various businesses, notably Perfume International, a company focused on the import and export of designer fragrances. For the past fifteen years, the Zadoks have successfully expanded into commercial real estate. As philanthropists as well as collectors, they have for decades actively collaborated with numerous South Florida charitable foundations. Their new gallery will be pleased to welcome philanthropic initiatives centered on fostering awareness of charitable causes and fund-raising efforts.

The gallery opened with four exhibitions: the group shows “Minimalism in the Line” and “Chasing Flames,” as well as the solo exhibitions of Tomáš Loewy and Karim Ghidinelli.  ”Minimalism in the Line” assembles the works of Luca Artioli, Stephen Gamson and YOM. These three artists work with very different techniques, materials and resources, but they share similar aesthetic bases sustained by the minimalist movement. Mies Van der Rohe’s iconic phrase “Less is More” guides the work of these creators. First, we find the Italian Luca Artioli and his ArtDECOnstruction series, photographs in which Miami Beach’s art deco architecture is the great protagonist. Artioli plays with light, which allows him to display building details that he then amplifies until their contours become blurred. This results in work of simple and singular beauty. Stephen Gamson, for his part, derives inspiration from graphic design, while the sculptor YOM revolutionizes contemporary sculpture with his refined shapes.

Twenty-five of today’s most prominent Chinese artists have been assembled in “Chasing Flames,” notably: Liu Bolin, Zhao Bo, Maleonn, Feng Zhengjie, Zhang Dali and Lu Hao. The works of these artists demonstrate how Chinese art has become integrated into contemporaneity after decades of isolation during the most radical stage of China’s communist dictatorship.

In contrast, the solo exhibitions of Karim Ghidinelli and Tomáš Loewy allow us to glimpse the work of these creators. Loewy presents infinite combinations of images that he captures with his own camera or takes from broadcast media, creating scenarios reminiscent of sci-fi movies.  Ghidinelli surprises us with an oeuvre that delves into identity and the permanence of traces we leave behind on our journey through this world. He engraves metal plates and prints out enormous fingerprints to which he applies pigments. He randomly combines the fingerprint images with his own texts or those borrowed from other people, indelible evidence of the boundless wandering of the human being.

In conjunction with its endeavor to promote, nurture and commercialize the career of young artists, Zadok Gallery also ventures into the secondary market through its relationship with an extensive network of art brokers, galleries and collectors. Furthermore, it plans to incorporate an educational component into its activities. Soon it will initiate a program of talks, christened ZAGtalks, in which artists, art consultants, art brokers, curators and collectors will be invited to discuss the behavior of the art market, trends in collecting, and the creative process of many of its artists. These presentations will take place during the recently inaugurated “Last Thursday Walks.”

Zadok Art Gallery plans an ambitious calendar of exhibitions for the remainder of the year. This will furnish the Wynwood Art District with two important ingredients: excellence and cultural diversity.

Denise Colson is a freelance art critic based in Miami, FL


ICYMI: Just loved this new gallery and was disappointed when it closed. The opening show was outstanding and the perfect place to test the new lenses on my Ray Bans. These contemporary artists were amazing.  I was impressed by the ”Minimalism in the Line” exhibit and particularly Luca Artiol, who is truly an artist, poet and photographer. His shimmering photographs are certainly memorable.

When I first saw his work at the show I had on my Ray Bans with the new lenses and as I glanced up from the catalogue to look at the art I was taken aback. The image, as you can see from the above, looks out of focus. I was getting ready to contact the store, thinking the focus problem was caused by my glasses. But upon removing them, voila, it was not me at all. This was a truly stunning show and I recommended it to all my art lover friends. My partner had no idea what caused my gasp of delight at seeing Serenissama Dreaming Exhibition for the first time.


Art gallery in Wynwood sells for $10.8M

MIAMI / July 17, 2015 09:45 AM By Katherine Kallergis

A half-acre property in Wynwood has sold for more than three times its last sale price in 2008, Miami-Dade County records show.

The two parcels at 2534 North Miami Avenue and 26 Southwest 26th Street sold for $10.8 million to a company led by Jonathan Bernstein. Bernstein, who has his own consulting company, is also managing director and general counsel of Coventry Real Estate Advisers, a real estate investment manager in New York.

C1 Bank granted the buyer a $6.2 million mortgage, records show. The 18,870-square-foot building previously housed the Zadok Art Gallery. Zadok Real Estate Holdings is the seller.

The 23,950-square-foot property includes a parking lot. The parcels last sold for $3.2 million in July 2008, according to Miami-Dade property records. The two-story building was constructed in 1950 and recently underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation, according to a press release. The first floor is currently arranged for retail or a showroom, while the second floor is set up as office space.

The buyer, Badjer LLC, was represented by Michael Tobin, a partner in Rothman & Tobin PA., which plans to lease the building for retail. The seller was represented by Ivo Tsinev and Achikam Yogev of Colliers International South Florida.

“Wynwood originally began as a warehouse and manufacturing district, and is now a popular arts destination,” Yogev said in a statement. “Retailers are aggressively pursuing locations in Wynwood, causing it to become a rapidly developing area that’s gaining strength in the retail market.”

Investors are awaiting potential upzoning of Wynwood.

The city of Miami’s Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board recently approved a slate of changes to zoning and land use designations that would allow denser residential developments on roughly 205 acres in Wynwood. The recommendations must still be finalized by the city commission.


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Secondary Market

Zadok Art Gallery works with an international network of art brokers, galleries and collectors to locate and authenticate any sought after piece that is not available on the primary market.

If you are seeking a sold-out or a difficult to locate piece, please contact us, we are dedicated to offering a reputable service in helping you find any artist’s work you seek to acquire.

Please inquire about an artist's work available at ZAG.