There’s no mistaking the penchant for change in Miami’s art scene. Even galleries that have been around awhile can opt for new surroundings, additions and tones.
By Matt Balmaseda
Daniel Arsham presents his latest solo exhibition, Alter, at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin from December 1st to 31st, coinciding with Art Basel Miami Beach and its plethora of satellite fairs. This is the artist’s sixth solo … +
By Manuela Gabaldon
It would seem as if we would have exhausted our artistic capacity by now as our city has become “the city that never sleeps” when it comes to art. However, thankfully for us, that is … +
Miami is in a constant state of change. In any given week it’s not surprising to see a handful of establishments, young and old, close their doors for good while fresh-faced additions emerge to take … +
Luis Cruz Azaceta is an award-winning artist whose works have been exhibited and included in numerous collections worldwide. Being a Cuban-born who left the island in his early years to settle in NYC made him … +
From December 1, 2010 through January 31, 2011 more than fifty world-class modern and contemporary art pieces will be dotting downtown Miami, as Gary Nader hosts the first edition of the Miami /Miami Beach Biennale … +
Every artist must start somewhere. We all admire the prodigy who can produce the Great American Painting at a young age, especially if there was minimal training, but that’s a rare occurrence. The vast majority … +
Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Center of the Performing Arts opened the XXV International Hispanic Theater Festival (IHTF) this summer season, presented by Teatro Avante and American Airlines.
Although I cannot take credit away from the great contemporary playwrights and directors of our time, I think we could certainly agree that more often than not, a play’s success depends on the quality of … +
Within all of us lies the desire for knowledge, and as art enthusiasts, our desire for knowledge is often accompanied with one for beauty.
It would be naïve of us to think that Art can only be found in the most conventional places.
Miami is certainly the place to be for emerging conceptual artists vying to share their vision and ultimately make a name for themselves in the eye of the hurricane.
When asked to consider the state of cinemas in Miami, the first thought that comes to mind may be a strong visual like the following: a crowded theater of noisy adolescents, feet firmly planted against … +
For the past twenty years, the Center for Visual Communication has been at the forefront of bringing experimental and contemporary visual art to South Florida. The CVC has showcased numerous exhibits that have combined bold … +
Hollywood producers have done the subject of Iraq and the War on Terrorism to death over the past years.
The National Art Exhibition by the Mentally Ill (NAEMI) holds its 22nd edition this month. Proof that art is often found in the unlikeliest of places, this organization focuses on presenting the work of the … +
Haven’t we grown tired yet of paying $9.00 to see blockbuster after blockbuster of explosions, AK-47s, and end of days scenarios?
There is something unavoidably charming and analog about Jen Stark’s work. The tactile, precise-yet-handmade quality of her paper sculptures and animations is something that feels somehow influenced, in part, by her visual generation.
While out walking a Second Saturday last March on NW 2nd Avenue in the middle of the street, I could see Marilyn Minter’s crazy-beautiful video on the back wall of David Castillo’s gallery.