Yesterday we cruised over to the Wynwood Art District (that’s the fancy title for what sure looked like Miami’s ghetto) to check out Scope Miami in Roberto Clemente Park. From the very beginning, we knew we were in for a treat. A huge tent set-up housed a wide — and I mean WIDE — variety of emerging contemporary art shown by a plethora of exhibitors from all over the world. This is Scope’s 5th year in Miami, and it’s heralded as Miami’s first alternative art fair, upholding a tradition of one-person and thematic group shows presented alongside museum-quality programming, collector tours, screenings, and other special events. All of our senses were definitely peaked as we strode through the aisles of Scope. Check out more photos of our favorite pieces after the jump.