R&R Studios - Miami International Airport (MIA)

R&R Studios - Miami International Airport (MIA)
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March
2020

Four uplifting art installations at Miami International Airport (MIA) use Beatles references and flower power to deliver positive messages throughout the terminals and concourses. Created by the Miami architect/artist team of Rosario Marquardt and Roberto Behar, the works from R&R Studios brighten MIA’s facilities with optimistic word sculptures created out of fabric daisies, mums and other colorful blooms.   

Peace and Love acts as a universal welcome sign in Concourse D of the North Terminal; while Besame Mucho, in the South Terminal International Greeters Lounge, speaks more directly to the airport’s large segment of Spanish-speaking passengers. (MIA offers more flights to Latin America and the Caribbean than any other U.S. airport and is the third-busiest airport in the U.S. for international passengers.) “Besame mucho” loosely translates to “kiss me a lot” in English. 

All Together Now enhances Concourse H in the South Terminal; and All We Need is Love issues a sunny reminder in the Customs corridor of the North Terminal. 

Partners in life and design, Marquardt and Behar strive to erase boundaries between art and life and offer “imaginary solutions” for a better world. 

Installations by R&R Studios appear throughout the world. A larger-scale version of Besame Mucho appeared at the 2016 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. 

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Artscapes

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