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Artwork description:

Many know Miami for its night life, beaches, and art-deco lifestyle. But not many people know what came from the art-deco scene of the 1920s was a series of wooden homes now known as Stiltsville. Although the exactly origin story is a bit murky, some historians believe there were about twelve of these shacks as early as 1922 and about twenty-five by the mid 1960s.

The shacks were used mostly by affluent people from Miami to get away and relax, and even party. No longer existing, the Calvert Club was one of several clubs that flourished on the flats. Others including Quarterdeck Club, that was the subject of a story in Life Magazine, and Bikini Club.

As of 2018, only seven of these shacks are still standing. This A-Frame House was build atop of the only Quarterdeck Club.

Materials used:

This artwork is a digital composite photography printed using archival inks on archival paper. It is face mounted to acrylic with an acid free backing and hanging system.

Tags:

#key biscayne  #stiltsville  #miami beach  #miami florida 

A-Frame House (2017)

$4,000

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This artwork is sold by Matt Stock from United States

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