A unique opportunity to see significant contemporary art from the de la Cruz family’s famous collection.

Upon opening in 2009, the De La Cruz Collection museum in Miami put the ‘official’ stamp on the regenerated area known locally as ‘the Design District’. The arty neighbourhood is credited with a shift in Miami’s image; from tourist and retiree playground, to key creative city. Behind the museum is Cuban-turned-American businessman Carlos de la Cruz and his wife Rosanna. The couple made its exemplary contemporary art selection free for general public viewing.

The couple’s daughter, Rosa, is a Columbia law graduate, turned successful London-based jewellery designer. Her creations - an effortless mix of contemporary and classical influences - are worn by Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne.

Rosa shares her parents’ love of fine art, and she’s inviting Quintessentially’s Art Patrons to view her personal collection on January 31st, 2018. Her own display features many of the most compelling names in contemporary art, including BritArt stars Chris Ofili and Tracey Emin. Modern masters such as Christopher Wool sit next to trailblazing new names like Wade Guyton. The Latin world is proudly represented by the widely celebrated Brazilian painter, Beatriz Milhazes.

Rosa will pass on her own tips on hanging original artwork in a domestic environment. Guests will also enjoy a personal showcase of her latest jewellery collection.

Quintessentially Art Patrons’ tours of collector’s homes are the jewel (if you’ll pardon the pun) in its programme’s crown. Do join us for this very special occasion.

For more information please contact Tali Zeloof

Ance Rusova