Carlos Suarez De Jesus

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  • 2 months ago | Art

    On a recent Monday morning, artist Xu Bing stands at a lectern at the Frost Art Museum. He’s teaching a group of fifth-graders from North Miami’s W.J. Bryan Elementary, a museum magnet school, a new language he calls “Chinglish.” Xu’s unconvention...

  • 2 months ago | Art

    Spring is the season in which we traditionally embrace notions of rebirth and renewal. It's a time when the weather starts getting warmer, when we become eager to clean house, do some gardening, or to escape the soul-withering environs of the big ...

  • 3 months ago | Art

    This year Cupid's holiday coincides with the Second Saturday Art Walk. All of Wynwood will be fluttering with plenty of romance to go with an abundance of new exhibitions where you and your honey can share your love of art and culture. Beginning a...

  • 3 months ago | Art

    When the Art Wynwood Fair opens today, it will accomplish a milestone that Art Basel in Miami Beach has never managed to achieve. That's because unlike Art Basel, this weekend's event will present a side-by-side showcase of our city's top gallerie...

  • 4 months ago | Art

    View image | gettyimages.com Cuban authorities watch Tania Bruguera closely. They listen in on her phone conversations. They constantly tail her. "I can move around Havana, but I have a car following me everywhere I go," the curly-haired, 46-year-...

  • 4 months ago | Art

    In Miami on April 22, 1988, Manuel Mendive's painting El Pavo Real was set on fire. The Cuban painter's work had been purchased at a fundraising auction for the Cuban Museum of Art and Culture, but its buyers weren't exactly art collectors. Rather...