Editorial

Daniel Arsham’s Alter

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 exhibition and is made up of three series, all of which feature new work and continue to explore Arsham’s fascination with a wide range of themes, from … +

Editorial

KaBe Contemporary

By Manuela Gabaldon

It’s always exciting to witness the success of new art spaces in Miami, as it is this continued dedication of gallerists, artists, collectors, and supporters of the arts, that ensures the endurance of our hard earned reputation as a city. Karina Belilty is active in the conservation of this reputation with the sensation of her one-year-old Wynwood gallery, KaBe Contemporary.

Editorial

Imago Art Gallery

By Matt Balmaseda

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 their place. Among the city’s galleries, change often occurs gradually, organically and reasonably. When new ones, like Imago Art Gallery, begin exhibiting there is not always the … +

Editorial

Luis Cruz Azaceta. Back in Cuban-American land

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 also and expat teenager. I believe that young Luis didn’t have much of an idea of how this particular event would shape his future then – neither … +

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First Miami/Miami Beach Biennale of Sculpture

By Juliana Accioly

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 of Sculpture. The exhibit is the latest major local public art project – chosen to coincide with Art Basel, said Nader, but structured to extend the “official” … +

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The ArtSeen Gallery

By Fran Robbins

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 of artists – from every field – need years of coaching to truly find their focus. It’s at this point, when young artists get serious about their … +