Barry Fellman has served as curator of photography at institutions in Miami and New York and is currently director of Miami’s Center for Visual Communication. His photographs have been exhibited at museums and public venues in South Florida and nationally. He is a Silver Knight awardee and is the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant. Barry Fellman’s new photo book and exhibit, titled Miami Creative: A Decade of Transformation, explores what has turned Miami into a global artistic center — with Wynwood as its Ground Zero. More than two hundred photos, taken over the course of the last ten years, chronicle Miami’s artistic life, from major museums to popular grassroots events. It includes both, major institutions such as The New World Symphony, Frost Science Museum, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Bass Museum, and Perez Art Museum Miami, and the close-knit community of cutting edge galleries and studios; it captures iconic ballet performances but also immersive theater, sound art and electronic music. Most notably, Fellman’s immediate style makes you part of the experience, breaking the barriers between observer and participant. His unorthodox angles pull you in and provoke you to consider the familiar anew. Miami Creative will be also the subject of an upcoming exhibition at Miami Center for Architecture and Design.