Beyond Miami’s Fairs, a Wealth of Superb Public Art Installations Awaits

Local real-estate macher Craig Robins has filled his burgeoning Design District with artworks by figures like John Baldessari, Sol LeWitt, and, here, Urs Fischer, who has contributed a bus stop similar to those found in Miami. A steady drip of water falls from the roof onto the skeleton below. I’d love to see this installed outside the offices of the head of the Metropolitan Transit Authority in New York, but seeing it in a luxury shopping center with valet parking has its own unique charm. (For more on the piece, Rachel Corbett has a great interview with Fischer, who reveals that Edward Hopper was an inspiration.)