Editorial

The International Ballet Festival of Miami 2005

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 redeeming features besides good weather and lovely beaches. A traveler went to New York or London for entertainment. One certainly didn’t go to Miami for its plethora … +

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Nothing Short of Spectacular

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, the festival promises to deliver even more of the critically acclaimed and award-winning films it has come to be known for. Past winners include, The Fine Line … +

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Merrill Lynch Arteaméricas. The Latin American Art Fair

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 through April 11, 2005, at the Coconut Grove Convention Center, Miami, Fla. In less than three years, Merrill Lynch arteaméricas has become the premier fair of art … +

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Candles Cake and Fun. An interview with FeCuOp

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 unique characteristics of each member bring a unique variable property to every collaboration. Each an artist in their own right, together FeCuOp fuses to create work that … +

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ArtSpace / Virginia Miller Galleries

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 of emerging artists, all with several common characteristics. “The work that I’ve shown reflects my taste and my judgment,” said the veteran art dealer. “I’ve always tried … +

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Art Basel Miami Beach 2004

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 place of the international art world. From a record number of 530 applications, the Selection Committee chose 180 galleries from the U.S., Europe, Latin America, Asia and … +