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Images from this year's edition of Miami's famed, increasingly snarked-at art festival
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See the sculptures, paintings, and installations featured at the 10th-annual cultural festival
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Every year, the Florida city is home to a cultural festival that attracts art lovers and collectors from around the globe
View a gallery with images of the art, events, and people at Miami's annual cultural festival