Fringe Projects is pleased to announce the forthcoming temporary public art commission HEX LINK by American Fantasy Classics, a Milwaukee-based artist collaborative. HEX LINK is an interactive sculpture and sound based work that is an … +
Portland-based sculptor Aaron T Stephan’s Cement Houses and How to Build Them dialogues with ideas surrounding the American Dream of home ownership in the twentieth century, the collapse of the U.S. housing market at the beginning of … +
“Twelve Summers” features GroveHouse Artists’ paintings and watercolors from their 12th season of collaboration with the Deering Estate and includes works from the January Affair en Plein Air juried painting event. In “Capturing Brazzdance,” photographer … +
Fringe Projects is pleased to present Reversal of Fortune by London-based and internationally celebrated artist Hew Locke, a site-specific installation embodying the history and global movement of money, power and ownership. In his work, Locke … +
Free Exhibit Evening at the Deering Estate "Capturing Brazzdance" and "Twelve Summers"
The young Finnish artist Reima Nevalainen has compared his work to the study of both anatomy and archeology. His dark and existentially loaded works fall somewhere between painting and collage. Using unconventional materials such as … +
In Lampworks, Fischer has returned to creating light sculptures, the subject which originally brought his work attention in the 1980’s. The new sculptures pull from decades of working as designer, sculptor, architect and social mediator. … +
Locust Projects will host the U.S. debut of Whithervanes, a Knight Foundation-funded project by the Detroit-based experimental design duo rootoftwo (Cezanne Charles and John Marshall). Unlike traditional weathervanes, these four-foot tall, internet-connected headless chickens change … +
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In the Swimming Pool is Maria’s largest series yet, originating in 2014 and continuing to develop to date. Sparked by a hunt for interesting locations, her fascination with the space of public swimming pools contributed … +
Dual Frequency envisions artist initiatives to steer creative culture in support of their communities. Many participating artists curate, organize, perform, and teach as expansions of their individual practices. This exhibition activates the Art and Culture … +
Ernesto Oroza’s body of work encompasses notions such as architecture and design which channel the artist’s own analytical employment of contemporary object typologies and productive forces. Instead of functioning within the realm of manufacturing, he … +
Downtown Hollywood ArtWalk
Tequila Bay Country Music Festival brings an A-List Country Music Stars, selection of tequila, food and thousands of country music fans. Stars like Brantley Gilbert, Kip Moore, Montgomery Gentry, Tyler Farr, RaeLynn, Brooke Eden, among … +
Miami-based artist Franky Cruz is a polymath whose artistic practice borrows from a diversity of interdisciplinary media. For his installation at Locust Projects, Cruz will don the hat of entomologist, cultivating butterflies from egg to … +
Necessary Objects is Mexican artist Marcos Castro’ first solo show in Dotfiftyone Gallery. The young artist reflects on a fundamental act related to art: to look. Through diverse media he explores the dialogue between materials of … +
The Black Archives Historic Lyric Theater specializes in developing relationships with the community through impactful programming. Lyric Live happens every first Friday of the month, as a part of its program in conjunction with New … +
Portland-based sculptor Aaron T. Stephan will exhibit Cement Houses and How to Build Them at Locust Projects. This exhibit dialogues around the American Dream of home ownership in the twentieth century, the collapse of the … +
Choreographer and arts visionary Mary Luft launched an arts organization in Miami that endured for almost four decades. Now, she’s stepping off the stage — and Tigertail Productions is disbanding. After hosting presentations and performances … +
The Wolfsonian Florida International University shines for Summer 2017 with two complementary photography displays delving into the possibilities of facing the open road with camera in hand. In a then-and-now balance, North and South: Berenice … +
Join Leica Lounge on Thursday, September 7, 2017 with photographer Miguel Salas. Miguel will share his experiences from Holi, the festival of color in India, which he photographed in March 2017. Holi is a Hindu festival … +