Editorial

Monumental sculptures of Dalí. Public display at the Village of Merrick Park

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 A+ Gallery, this may be a unique occasion to revisit the work of one of the most prominent artists of the Twentieth Century. Dalí was, at … +

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Brad Kuhl and Monique Leyton

By Abel S.

Kuhl and Leyton have been collaborating for over two years, and have worked closely as artists for over seven years.  Kuhl and Leyton’s collaborative works depict crime scenes, emergencies and crisis situations.  Their work draws upon mass media’s conventional mode of documenting states of emergency. Police officers, security guards, emergency medical technicians, crime scene investigators, detectives and firefighters are the government forces … +

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State of the art in Miami. Interview with Ilana Vardy.

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. Art + Auction included her among its Power List 2004 for the work she’s done directing Art Miami and launching Chicago’s Navy Pier, Chicago Contemporary & Classic … +

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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 locations (Coral Gables and Wynwood). Clima X In collaboration with Goldman Properties, the center kicks off CLIMA X, an exhibit by the legendary art collective Jus d’art … +