I was recently in Miami and stopped in to visit Fredric Snitzer's new 3,500 sq. ft. gallery space in the Wynwood section of downtown Miami - 2247 NW 1st Place. Although off the beaten track (but located near the Rubell Family Art Collection which opens to the public, again, after a major renovation and addition in December, 2004) this is a "must see" gallery if you are in Miami and interested in contemporary art.
Up now is Lock Stock and Barrel a group show of Miami based artists, including Hernan Bas, Jos Bedia, Cooper, Naomi Fisher, Westen Charles, Robert Chambers, Bhakti Baxter, Robert Chambers, Adler Guerrier, Jacin Giordano, Lynne Golob-Gelfman, Jiae Hwang, Maria Martinez-Caas, Gean Moreno, Norberto Rodriguez, and Mette Tommerup. The show runs through June 30. My pick of the show are paintings by Jacin Giordano, priced between $800 - $3,500. Here's one of his gorgeous, textured, and sculpted larger works (roughly 4' x 2'):
Just for fun, and because you know I love them, here's a shot of Fredric Snitzer's very large and accessible "back room":