Conde Contemporary, specializes in contemporary Cuban art, strives to create a positive experience for the collector and artist alike. We listen carefully to our client’s needs and desires, working relentlessly to satisfy both while maintaining the highest level of customer service. We nurture the needs of our artists by providing a supportive foundation, encouraging artistic growth, and promoting experimentation. We choose art which moves us, by artists with a proven record of commitment to their artistic endeavors. Conde Contemporary also serves as a salon style meeting space where the free exchange of ideas is encouraged. Author, gallery owner, and Miami native, Stacy Conde, grew up in and around Miami’s burgeoning art scene. Her earliest exposure to the visual arts came via photography and film through her work in the fashion industry. Conde’s love of art and design flourished under the tutelage of her mentor, legendary fashion designer, illustrator, and Biba founder Barbara Hulanicki.Over the course of ten years, Ms. Conde worked on a variety of projects with Hulanicki, as well as with Island Records founder Chris Blackwell, from costuming, to complete renovations of historic art deco hotels and nightclubs. The collaboration continues to this day, as Conde serves as Hulanicki’s artist representative in the North American market. Ms. Conde’s first foray into fine art came in 1998, with the opening of Goodman-Conde Gallery in The Design District. The 4,500 square foot gallery focused on contemporary art, and featured the work of Carlos Betancourt, George Goodridge and Andres Conde among others. Conde has recently returned to Miami after nearly a decade in Chicago. Delighted by the growth of Miami’s art community, Conde has opened "Conde Contemporary" art gallery in Coral Gables. She is again spotlighting contemporary art with a focus on Cuban art. Her inspirational book, The Red Speck, an allegorical journey into the self, is available on Amazon.