Cinema

O Cinema Wynwood shows THE ROOM

Through Sat 16 Dec, 2017

THE ROOM is a cinematic experience unlike anything you have ever seen – an electrifying, soul-searing explosion of love, passion, betrayal and lies, starring the truly unique writer/director Tommy Wiseau as Johnny, a successful, happy-go-lucky banker with a great job, cool friends and even a girlfriend he hopes will someday be “The One.” But wait! Cruel fate is lurking around every corner, … +

Cinema

The Disaster Artist at O Cinema Wynwood

Through Sat 16 Dec, 2017

With THE DISASTER ARTIST, James Franco transforms the tragicomic true-story of aspiring filmmaker and infamous Hollywood outsider Tommy Wiseau—an artist whose passion was as sincere as his methods were questionable—into a celebration of friendship, artistic expression, and dreams pursued against insurmountable odds. Drawing on the memoir of the same name, Franco chronicles the making of The Room as recalled by Wiseau’s friend … +

Opportunities

Film Photography II – Black-and-White – Miami Institute of Photography

This intermediate course is intended for anyone wishing to expand their basic skills in black-and-white photography. Through extensive use of the darkroom, you will learn the skills necessary to enhance your black-and-white developing and printing techniques while also exploring different photo papers and developers. Each student will be expected to create a series of images that demonstrate conceptual and aesthetic connectivity. Dates: Classes will … +

Opportunities

The fine art nude

A powerful workshop dedicated to study the human figure and how to produce creative images, where concepts, composition and lighting will lead the way to obtain meaningful images. Models, Make Up, Styling and Props will be provided, so each participant can visually approach the body from his /her own vision and perspective. Two 6 hours sessions. Dates: To Be Announced Instructor: Jorge Parra … +

Visual Arts

José Bechara: The thickness of the void at Diana Lowenstein Gallery

Sat 2 Dec, 2017 - Tue 31 Jan, 2017

Unpublished works by José Bechara, established Brazilian artist will be on view at Diana Lowenstein Gallery. Under the title “The thickness of the void”, the gallery brings together 18 new paintings produced in 2017, and also recent works with glass developed especially for the show. The exhibition is formed by two different series: one were the artist uses techniques involving acrylics and … +

Art Fairs

PINTA Miami 2017

Wed 6 Dec, 2017 - Sun 10 Dec, 2017

PINTA MIAMI returns to Miami Art Week with new programs and initiatives for its 11th edition. These new programs look to further PINTA’s mission and encompass galleries from around the globe. Among these PINTA PLATFORMS -curated by Roc Laseca- this innovative section will be devoted to providing additional visibility to modern and contemporary art contributions. Pinta Platforms will serve as a distinctive … +

Announcements

The Art Square presents Olga Dueñas’ Kinetic Momentum

Thu 16 Nov, 2017 - Mon 27 Nov, 2017

Kinetic artist Olga Dueñas is presenting her new exhibition on November 16th at The Art Square, Miami. The Cleveland, Ohio, native has exhibited for almost half a century century in Ecuador, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Europe and the U.S. ‘Kinetic Momentum’ is comprised of 24 of her latest works of art. This new series of works reinforces Duenas’ vision of merging geometric patterns and … +

Announcements

A night of Mexico with Sarazoty at The Art Square

Thursday Nov 2, 7:00pm

The manufacturing of hammocks is 100% craft work from Yucatán, Mexico. They are hand-made with nylon and cotton offering a wide range of colors. It’s a versatile product, easy to store, fresh, hygienic and washable. Its vibrant colors look beautiful indoors and outdoors. Sarazoty offers a great variety of hammocks, hand-made bags reflecting Mexico’s unique craft work and style. www.sarazoty.com Launch of … +

Visual Arts

Can I touch it? at Mindy Solomon Gallery

Through Sat 14 Oct, 2017

More often than not, gallery visitors are warned about not to touch artworks. Museum limit access to valuable works and many are displayed under security glass. Artworks are valuable fragile commodities. The desire to fondle, rub, squeeze and pinch is hard to discourage. Sometimes people flick and knock on things. Why? Where is their sense of decorum? Apparently the old adage “with … +

News

Cuban artist Ernesto Oroza at Fredric Snitzer Gallery

Fri 8 Sep, 2017 - Mon 16 Oct, 2017

Ernesto Oroza’s body of work encompasses notions such as architecture and design which channel the artist’s own analytical employment of contemporary object typologies and productive forces. Instead of functioning within the realm of manufacturing, he produces and distributes speculative models and research through various publication methods, exhibitions, collaborative practices, documentaries, and unorthodox forays into more conventional modes of architecture, interior and object … +

Editorial

The Many Fluid Faces of Miami: Mere Façade at Spinello Projects

Through Sat 9 Sep, 2017

There’s a 1954 photograph by Bunny Yeager entitled “Bettie Page, Carol Jean Lauritzen, and Kathy Stanley Jumping (Key Biscayne, FL),” featuring the three titular graces floating above the water, suspended in motion. It’s not difficult to romanticize women on the sea — easier still when the image’s qualities (leisure, the tropics as an exotic space, whiteness) are no longer unquestionably associated with … +

Cinema

Books & Cinema: Forever Yours screens at O Cinema

Sat 19 Aug, 2017

After an amazing summer collaborating with the Miami Book Fair, O Cinema & a slew of our other community partners bring a summer filled with exciting independent films, writing workshops and a unique book fair exploring the Haitian experience. On Saturday, August 19th at 1pm at O Cinema Wynwood presents a special screening of “Forever Yours,” directed by Patrick Ulysse. Adrienne (Patricia … +

Events

RedChair Film Festival at O Cinema Wynwood

Thu 3 Aug, 2017

Created by students for students! Throughout an entire year, the film students conceptualized, produced and refined their cinematographic stories. Diverse genres collide on the screen: drama, comedy, sci-fi, horror, action, and thrillers. A professional panel will select the best eight short films to be screened at our festival. General Admission – $10.00 General Admission  tickets are available online AND at the door. … +

Music

Unlimited Devotion plays Grateful Dead at Wynwood Yard

Tue Aug 1, 2017

Unlimited Devotion sets up a revival concert  of  The Grateful Dead, so called  “most American of all bands.” The group will celebrate Jerry Garcia — Dead guitarist, renowned legend, and one of the most celebrated Latin American musicians — at what would have been Garcia’s 75th birthday.  The concert will include songs like “That’s It for the Other One”  which presents an … +

Visual Arts

Artist Francisco Masó’ Surreptitious Stripes at Connect New Room

Through Sun 20 Aug, 2017

Cuban artist Francisco Masó’ Surreptitious Stripes includes two abstract-geometric painting propositions, 20 pieces each, that form part of the “Registro estético de fuerzas encubiertas” Series. The exhibition was curated by North + South (Katherine Chacón and Jim Peele). This Series includes pictures and videos of social control episodes that took place in modern Cuba. These depict street fights between people acting in … +

Visual Arts

Exhibition The Multiple Shapes of Air at BAC

Mon 1 May, 2017 - Mon 24 Jul, 2017

The Multiple Shapes of Air is part of the Baked-In-House series, bringing together the works of three Bakehouse resident artists who push the boundaries of traditional mediums and techniques into new inventions. As important as the materiality of the works are their negative spaces. The plain, quiet and omnipresent air that permeates and surrounds them becomes protagonist when constrained by the “frames” … +

Cinema

O Cinema Wynwood: Opening Reception & Film Screening of Irreverent Theatre

Thu 20 Jul, 2017 - Sun 17 Sep, 2017

Exhibition Irreverent Theatre features a new series of paintings by ArtCenter Alumnus, Mark Osterman. The series is inspired by Hollywood Film Noir of the early 1940s through late 1950s and includes narratives that range from the personal to the irreverent to the socio-political. Osterman explores how the media visually interprets the world differs from the world’s actual condition and believes these images … +

Visual Arts

Assume Vivid Astro Focus (avaf) at Fredric Snitzer Gallery

Sat 17 Jun, 2017

Fredric Snitzer Gallery exhibits “Avalanches volcanoes asteroids floods” by Assume vivid astro focus, a “quasi-retrospective” featuring paintings, newly commissioned printed rugs, and “home movie” videos of never-before-seen imagery from the artists’ archives. Founded in New York City in 2001 by Eli Sudbrack (b. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1968) and joined by Christophe Hamaide-Pierson (b. Paris, France, 1973) in 2005, Assume vivid astro … +

Visual Arts

Spinello Projects exhibits Mere Façade

Wed 14 Jun, 2017

Mere Façade is a curated group exhibition consisting of twenty Miami-based artists and cultural producers. The multimedia exhibition includes new, old, and revisited works by Kevin Arrow, Eddie Arroyo, Zack Balber, Franky Cruz, Cara Despain, Nicole Doran, Mauricio Gonzalez, Sinisa Kukec, Angel Garcia , Justin H. Long, Michael Loveland, Nice’n Easy, Jessy Nite, Oliver Sanchez, Tom Scicluna, Serge Toussaint, Agustina Woodgate, Antonia … +

Visual Arts

Diana Lowenstein exhibits Luis Gomez’ Gimme Shelter

Tue 30 May, 2017

Cuban artist Luis Gomez’ aesthetics explore the tensions around the concept of “canon”. Gomez sees art as an encounter between the spectator and the artwork, so he aims to recreate environments through installation, photography, drawing, painting or video; where the different media contribute to free the spectator from plain rationality and conceptual understanding. Luis Gómez b. 1968 (Havana)Cuba. Graduate in 1991 of … +

Events

6th Miami Performance International Festival at Edge Zones Art Space

Fri 23 Jun, 2017 - Sun 25 Jun, 2017

The 6th Edition of the festival will show a variety of works and will encourage viewers to investigate performance art and Noise artistic influence and contributions to our visual and sound culture and will provide the viewer with a unique performance and sound experience beyond the realm of traditional art. A four-days long interdisciplinary complex multileveled platform which will include videos of … +

News

Wild Oasis: Jacqueline Roch at BAC

Wed 19 Apr, 2017

This exhibition is inspired by an artist residency commemorating the National Parks Service Centennial in 2016. These paintings in oil, pastel and acrylic capture very personal impressions of the landscapes of Big Cypress, Fort Jefferson, Biscayne and Everglades National Parks created during this coveted residency. In the gallery, the viewer can also experience a raw-footage video of the artist’s multiple visits to … +

News

Omri Zin & Rotem Tamir’ Larval Acceleration at Locust Projects

Sat 1 Apr, 2017

Larval Acceleration is the first collaboration between Israeli husband-and-wife duo Rotem Tamir and Omri Zin. Provoked by the repetitive choreography of motors and other kinds of autonomous systems, the artists will power two self-contained, modular factories with their own movements, transforming Locust Projects into a playground for production. This exhibition will be on view through April 15, 2017. Rotem Tamir (b. 1981, … +

News

Mauricio Gonzalez: On the Making at Locust Projects

Sat 1 Apr, 2017

On the Making is a room-scale sculptural installation by artist Mauricio Gonzalez. Combining found materials and the artist’s daily painting practice, the project considers reuse, recycling and the potentials of art as a functional tool within society. This exhibition will be on view through April 15, 2017. Mauricio Gonzalez (b. 1978, Havana, Cuba) is a painter and sculptor trained at the New … +