If you’ve ever been to Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, you’ve probably come across a piece of street art by the artist CLANDESTINE CULTURE. I first came across his posters in 2010 with the signature red bar bearing his name. It’s interesting to see his work crossing over into galleries. His first solo exhibition recently opened at Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art at 2239 NW 2nd Avenue here in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District. I dropped in this afternoon to take a look. From weathered wheatpasted images on the street to refined silkscreens and paintings on wooden panels, I was surprised to see how well his art translated off the streets. The photos highlight some of my favorite pieces. I was fortunate enough to meet the artist who is depicted in the first photo holding a paintbrush and a can of paint.