Creative Soccer Culture

Futbolitis & (re)boot Present Tiempo Extra At Art Basel Miami

Buenos Aires-based gallery Futbolitis has teamed up with upcycling brand (re)boot and creative agency Sid Lee for Tiempo Extra – an exhibition taking place during Art Basel Miami.

Created by artist Carlos Herrera, whose practice focuses on the assembly of found objects, disused textiles and organic materials, the exhibition is a visual spectacle that offers a fresh perspective on the beauty of football product to fans and art enthusiasts alike. All products used have been sourced by (re)boot directly from Inter Miami, building from their recent up cycled clothing collection with the MLS side.

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Alongside Herrera’s work, the exhibition will be showcasing 10 more artists who portray their passion for football in their art: Ezequiel Suranyi, Mariana López, Eduardo Longoni, Andres Compagnucci, Silvina Aguirre, Marcelo Barchi, Emiliano Miliyo, Patricio Larrambebere, Lucia Harari and Guillermo Iuso.

Curated by Ezequiel Suranyi, this special 2023 edition puts the emphasis on materials that (re)boot sourced directly from Inter Miami.

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The exhibition Tiempo Extra will take place in the Miami Design District at 151 NE 41st St., Suite 133 from 21 November to 21 December.

To see more of Futbolitis’s work, visit their Instagram page. To learn more about (re)boot, visit

Daniel Jones

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