The fourth edition of Art Basel Miami Beach closed its doors to the public on Sunday, December 4, 2005 after setting a record of attendance. This year edition received more than 36,000 visitors from all … +
By Alfredo Triff
Until May of 2006, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a collection of Salvador Dalí’s monumental sculptures, presented all together for the first time at the Village of Merrick Park in Coral Gables. Organized … +
By Steve Mayo
A list of movers and shakers in Miami’s art community would likely be topped with names of private collectors and art dealers. One name to start looking for on such a list is Ilana Vardy. … +
By Nelson Cardenas
“My name is Ana. Nowadays people go to museums to look at my artworks, which means to look at me. You may find on display a picture of me from when I was a little … +
Expanding Horizons. The Centro Cultural Español opens two exhibitions by two renown art collaborations.
By Luisa Espino
The Centro Cultural Español (CCE) has once again expanded beyond the boundaries of Coral Gables into Wynwood Art District. During December it will have two exhibitions showing at the same time in these two different … +
By Jose Diaz
Hanging by a Thread features over 25 established, mid-career, and emerging artists devoted to the use of stitch and craft in contemporary art. This exhibition pays tribute to the 1998 exhibition Loose Threads, curated by … +
By Irina Leyva
Flying has been an obsession of human beings for centuries. From Da Vinci’s drawings to the Right brothers the iconography that supports this idea is impossible to catalogue. There are innumerable examples of artists who … +
By Cynthia Saez
We all heard about the “emerging” applied to young, talented artists, meaning coming out to be noticed, or perhaps being on the rocky path to success. However, we rarely see this term applied to an … +
By Fran Robbins
There is a parallel to be made between the International Ballet Festival of Miami and the area it benefits, South Florida. For too many years, this region was considered merely a beachside resort with few … +
By Andi Brunt
Just as temperatures begin to cool down in Miami this fall, things will really be heating up in the arts and entertainment scene with this year’s Miami Short Film Festival. Now in its fourth year, … +
By Abel S.
On its third year – the premier art show of Latin America, Merrill Lynch arteaméricas, the art fair devoted exclusively to art from Latin America, returns to Miami for its third year opens, April 7 … +
By Mia Saavedra
FeCuOp is a contemporary art collaborative established in 1997 by Jason Ferguson, Brandon Opalka and Christian Curiel. The name constitutes an amalgam of the three artist’s names. Much like the periodic table of elements, the … +
By Abel S.
Virginia Miller, described by a leading magazine as “the undisputed doyenne of South Florida art dealers,” has presented more than 300 public exhibitions of art ranging from works by acknowledged masters to the initial exhibitions … +
By Abel S.
The international art world’s favorite winter meeting place. The third edition of Art Basel Miami Beach will take place from December 2 to 5, 2004. America’s most important art show is the favorite winter meeting … +
A conversation with Alette Simmons-Jimenez 2004. Alette Simmons-Jimenez created Artformz Alternative art space at Miami Design District. Since then, the artist has been continually invigorating it with collaborative exhibitions. I’m now entering Artformz, two years … +