Fredric Snitzer Gallery has been at the forefront of developing the contemporary art landscape in Miami since it first opened in 1977. One of the early champions of contemporary Latin American art in the United States, the gallery has a long history of exhibiting in-depth presentations by celebrated avant-garde Cuban artists such as Luis Cruz Azaceta, Carlos Alfonzo, Carlos Cárdenas, Tomás Esson, Enrique Martínez Celaya, Mária Martínez-Cañas, as well as José Bedia; among others. The gallery has since expanded its scope to include artists within the broader Caribbean diaspora, such as Vickie Pierre and Rafael Ferrer.
Today the gallery's program is diverse and maintains a rigorous exhibition schedule that features at least eight rotating exhibitions throughout the year across all media. Focused on cultivating the careers of emerging artists, the gallery often showcases work from emerging and mid-career artists on a local and global scale.
Internationally renowned artists on the roster include Tropicália duo: assume vivid astro focus; pop-surrealist painter Kenny Sharf; Land Art pioneer's Alice Ayock, Jackie Ferrara, and Alan Sonfist; and acclaimed painter Hernan Bas, among others.