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Art After Dark
is a "Collectors Club" that has brought together outstanding individuals, collectors and friends, and their deeply-cherished art pieces that have never before been seen together in one room.

Experience a unique artistic and culinary dining adventure that will delight the senses. We hope you feel inspired to Connect, to Observe, to Transform, and to Engage existing and future relationships wherever your path may take you.
Welcome to COTE Miami. Welcome to Art After Dark.




Leonardo Meoni

Lies II, 2022, 15 3/4 x 68 7/8 inches

Bringing Leonardo Meoni’s work to Miami is indicative of AMANITA’s greater pursuit of introducing young Italian artists to a wider global audience.

AMANITA made the decision to bring two works by Leonardo Meoni given the intimacy of their friendship. Leo was the first artist to work out of AMANITA’s residency in Bassano in Teverina and gave them their first exhibition in New York. His work reflects AMANITA’s commitment to early career artists and to their shared interest in artist practices that both challenge and engage an audience. Formally, the works are both evocative and provocative, while materially, they are sensual and deeply contemplative.




Alex Katz

Two Sisters, 1983, Oil on canvas, Framed, 78 x 55 inches

As art professionals in their 40s, ARTLINE collection reflects their maturing journey in their personal lives and the changing currency of the art world of their time.

ARTLINE’s private collection is built by Rosa Suehyun and Ji Park, who are both deeply rooted in the nature of art. Rosa was trained in fine arts at an early age, studied art history and cultural studies in school, and currently works as an art consultant. Ji started playing piano at 3 years old and eventually became a professional pianist. As the two friends merged their private collections of 20 years and started their art consulting firm together, their collection has grown in size and maturity. Rosa’s first art purchase was at the age of 23 while working at an art gallery, an etching by Donald Judd, and Ji’s first purchase was an Andy Warhol silkscreen, purchased from Rosa with her entire savings.

ARTLINE sends out special thanks to Edward S. Kwak MD who has been a great supporter of ARTLINE.


COTE Miami

Raymond Pettibon

Untitled (A Sea of Grinding Tectonic Plates...) Edition of 48, 2008, Color lithograph, 42.5 x 60.1 inches

COTE Miami was founded in Miami's Design District in February 2021, emulating its flagship location in New York City. The restaurant provides a unique and convivial atmosphere infusing fine dining service, world-class ingredients, and a show-stopping beverage program. After earning a place in the inaugural 2022 MICHELIN Guide Miami, Orlando and Tampa, the COTE brand was recognized as one of the only two restaurants in the United States with MICHELIN stars in multiple cities. For owner and CEO, Simon Kim, COTE Miami has always been about enjoying oneself and having fun over a memorable meal. While Simon has spent his entire professional career in the hospitality field, Simon’s sister Sue has done the same investing her talents in the world of art. It was Sue who brought these artworks to Simon’s attention and together, brother and sister developed a look and feel for the artworks that are on continued display in the restaurant - and it’s their collaboration that brings you here today for Art After Dark.

Craig Robins

John Baldessari

One Figure (with Qualities)/Two Figures (without Qualities), 1990, Color photographs, vinyl paint, 83 ½ x 98 ¾ inches

The Craig Robins Collection represents a wide spectrum of artistic perspectives and encompasses disciplines of design, architecture, film, music, and dance.

The Craig Robins Collection comprises contemporary art and innovative design, and is exhibited within the Miami Design District headquarters of DACRA, where it rotates on a bi-annual basis. The Collection includes works by leading contemporary artists and designers such as Jana Euler, Marlene Dumas, Zaha Hadid, David Hammons, Gio Ponti, Jean Prouvé, Maarten Baas, and Richard Tuttle, among others. Recent acquisitions by John Outterbridge, Kara Walker, Sasha Gordon, Isabelle Albuquerque, Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, Chase Hall, and Shyama Golden are featured prominently throughout the collection. Overall, more than a hundred works on display present an expansive overview of figurative art from the last three decades in tandem with Conceptualist masterpieces, such as works by John Baldessari and Joseph Beuys.



Danny Berkowitz

Barbara Kruger

Untitled (We Will No Longer Be Seen and Not Heard), 1985, lithograph and screenprint (9 pcs), 20 3/8 x 20 3/8 in.

Henry Buhl

Fernando Botero

MANO, 2001, Sculpture Bronze, 8.5 x 5.5 x 13 inches

Henry’s collection ranges from a giant green finger, inspired by the Statue of Liberty to a turquoise hand-shaped chair.

Over the years, SoHo-based art collector Henry Buhl has assembled a vast collection of photographs and sculptures devoted to one subject: Hands. His inspiration for the unique collection stems from his purchase of Alfred Stieglitz’s photograph of Georgia O’Keeffe’s hands, titled “Hands and Thimble,” in 1993. His favorite art piece is a white marble sculpture by Lorenzo Quinn, which features two hands in a circle approaching each other, symbolizing “giving and taking.” This art piece meaningfully conveys his purpose of providing jobs and trade training through the Association of Community Employment Programs for the Homeless (ACE), a non-profit organization in New York City that he founded 30 years ago.

John Marquez

Izumi Kato

Untitled 2018, Oil on canvas, Framed, 39 ¾ x 18 ⅞ inches

Having begun collecting over a decade ago, Marquez’s collection started with well-known street artists such as Banksy and Kaws and has rapidly developed to support those younger in their careers to amass a collection of over 500 artworks.

Miami-based American collector John Marquez is a real estate developer, investor, and restaurateur. An avid collector of contemporary art, Marquez has thoughtfully fostered a collection with a focus on mid-career to emerging artists. In 2023, Marquez will inaugurate a 10,000 square foot warehouse in Miami’s Allapattah neighborhood providing artist residencies and public programming including exhibitions. The permanent collection will showcase numerous artists such as Nina Chanel Abney, Rita Ackermann, Derrick Adams, Tunji Adeniyi-Jones, Harold Ancart, Banksy, Rashid Johnson, Robert Nava, Austyn Weiner, Robin Francis Williams, and Flora Yukhnovich. Marquez has made significant donations to museums nationally and serves as a Trustee at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Miami.


Matthew Chevallard

Christo and Jeanne-Claude

Surrounded Islands, Biscayne Bay, Greater Miami, Florida, 1980-83, Portfolio with four dye- transfer prints mounted on rag board and one offset, Framed (A set of 5), 19.5 x 23.4 inches

Matthew‘s collecting began during childhood; it started from collecting Oakley sunglasses and soccer jerseys and has evolved to sneakers and art.

Matthew is a founder of Del Toro, a luxury footwear brand specializing in shoes and accessories made in his native Italy. He now has two new luxury brands, Blu Scarpa and Concetto Limone. He is also a founder of The Office, a gallery in Miami which showcases emerging artists such as Thrush Holmes, Adam Rabinowitz, and Eduardo Sarabia. Through Del Toro, Matthew has built a strong relationship with the art world, working on various collaborations with artists such as Daniel Arsham, Rob Pruitt, Katherine Bernhardt, and Richard Woods. Matthew’s favorite genre of art is arte povera. The central theme of his collection reflects his roots: Italy meets USA. When asked what inspires him to continue collecting art, he said, “…I would say just being moved by aesthetics and beautiful creations.”


Miyoung Lee

Suh Doho

Blue Print, 2014, 30 x 40 inches

“Nothing else besides art can consistently expand my world and give me the greatest joy.”

“I collect what I like” is the mantra that has led Miyoung’s art collection down many paths, from emerging NYC artists, mid-career female abstract artists, to figurative African-American painters and more. Miyoung is especially passionate about Korean and Korean Diaspora artists such as Lee Bul and Doho Suh, two Korean “OG’s” who are pioneers in their own right. Miyoung feels a special bond with these artists as they are all similar in age, and she appreciates their courage to embark on the paths they chose in a time when the Korean art scene was highly unpopular. Her first art purchase was made soon after graduate school in Eastern Europe, with her American Express Travelers Checks.

Reilly Opelka

Yoshitomo Nara

Untitled, Colored pencil on graphite paper, Framed, 15 x 14 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches

“What I love about art is that I have no motivation. When I am buying art, it just feels natural and instinctual. It does not even feel transactional.”

Reilly’s introduction to art was through artist Friedrich Kunath. Reilly was hooked on his work from the very beginning and through Friedrich, he discovered the Tim Van Laere Gallery. Tim has since become Reilly’s mentor in the world of art. He is grateful for his relationship with Tim and Friedrich as he obtains different perspectives; an artist’s and a gallery’s. Reilly is a fan of many of Tim’s artists, including Rinus Van de Velde, Friedrich Kunath, Bram Demunter, Tal R, Kati Heck, and Ben Sledsens. Reilly spends more time in museums than he does in galleries, purely out of passion.