But while the rest of the city will be checking out shows in Wynwood and the Design District, we wanted to tell you about a clever little exhibit on South Beach.
Meet Fun Foods, a series that combines two of your favorite things—nudity and food—now open at the World Erotic Art Museum.
Now, we know what you're thinking: this is Miami, we see naked people all the time. And that's true (thankfully). But this show is more than just naked people. It's also an example of the wonders of Photoshop.
That's because the artist, an Italian named Filippo Ioco, has intricately photographed banal items like marshmallows, fruits and vegetables, and then surreptitiously spliced naked people into the scenes. Which means you'll see clothes-starved women in everything from a stack of pancakes (the creepiest one) to coconuts and carrots.
And while there are certain foods that easily lend themselves to bawdiness—bananas, popsicles, the occasional double cheeseburger—we're most impressed by his ice cream images. At first you think you're staring at a few scoops of mint chip, but then you see the crouched figure of a goddess resting in chocolate syrup or perched atop a waffle cone.
It's okay if you're getting hungry.