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2007 Stories by Carlos Suarez De Jesus

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  • Packages from the Edge

    published February 8, 2007

    Don’t confuse “I Still Love My Box” with a hymn to the lost hymen or a tale of a vaginoplasty gone sour. It’s the... More >>

  • Not Quite Mirror Images

    published February 8, 2007

    For those who have agonized in front of a mirror, wondering whether your ass was too fat to shake on South Beach, “The Model at... More >>

  • Interactive Artistry

    published February 15, 2007

    During a time when most of her snot-nosed peers where draining a keg at a frat party, Maya Lin was busy designing national monuments. At... More >>

  • Sex or Sickness

    published February 15, 2007

    “It’s like triage,” declares Octavio Campos of the provocative outreach labs he describes as equal parts “health intervention... More >>

  • The Shape of Things

    published February 22, 2007

    The Miami Art Museum (MAM) draws a bead on the godfather of conceptual art, with a double-barreled blast targeting Sol LeWitt’s career and... More >>

  • More than Fifteen Minutes

    published March 1, 2007

    For those who left theaters moaning that the recent Edie Sedgwick biopic Factory Girl had fleas, Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures at the... More >>

  • Paintings off the Beaten Path

    published March 1, 2007

    While most tenderfoot galleries are staking a claim in Wynwood, veteran dealer Natalie Uribe has packed up the Conestoga and headed west to... More >>

  • More than Meets the Eye

    published March 8, 2007

    Foreboding landscapes, girls interrupted, totemic warriors, and an arctic blast head up a trifecta of shows that hope to mush the eyes into... More >>

  • Contemporary Creations

    published March 15, 2007

    If blue-chip, edgy modern and contemporary Latin American art stroke your noodle, then boy does arteamericas deliver the money shot for... More >>

  • Art on a Different Key

    published March 15, 2007

    Whether you’ve been trolling tirelessly for that brilliantly feathered gourd mask to set off a drab living room wall, or for a one-of-a-kind... More >>

  • Artistic Freedom

    published March 22, 2007

    Visit a local museum on any given Sunday, and chances are you’ll encounter a flock of culture vultures known for being pennywise. It’s... More >>

  • Art Of the Moment

    published March 22, 2007

    An “ethno-poetic sound threat” is how Octavio Campos describes Kitchen Monkey, one of the bleeding-edge performances scheduled as part... More >>

  • Art Without the Fear Factor

    published March 29, 2007

    During the past three decades, Marina Abramovic has become known for her raw, unnerving performances in which she uses her body to test the... More >>

  • The Opposite of Corsetry

    published March 29, 2007

    Throughout her influential career, Rei Kawakubo has demonstrated an unerring eye for cutting an unusual silhouette. For her collaboration with... More >>

  • Café con Artsy

    published April 5, 2007

    A creative compulsion led Miguel Fleitas from early stage aspirations to a career as a photographer, cameraman, and television director. But it... More >>

  • Darling Nikki

    published April 12, 2007

    During the late Nineties, identity clip artist Nikki S. Lee earned herself a spot on the art world’s most wanted list with snapshots in which... More >>

  • Art About Town

    published April 12, 2007

    Although best known for his Buddha Bar compilations, Arno Elias also has a painting pedigree. The artist makes his U.S. debut at the 2300 Studio... More >>

  • Architectural Whimsy

    published April 19, 2007

    When it came to midcentury building, the prevailing mantra was “less is more.” But not for architects like Morris Lapidus, whose... More >>

  • Art for da Streets

    published April 26, 2007

    Been lured by a buffet of funk-fueled entertainment, only to discover the hype you swallowed delivered a load of gas? Ditch those Rolaids; these... More >>

  • Sunrise, Sunset

    published May 3, 2007

    Reverence for the elderly and a celebration of youth line up in a harmonic convergence today during a pair of exhibits spiritedly reflecting the... More >>

  • Wild About Wynwood

    published May 10, 2007

    Downtown Miami will come alive with art openings of all varieties this evening. Wear your walking shoes and come prepared to be amazed. At... More >>

  • Goodbye, Gables

    published May 10, 2007

    School’s out for Kari Snyder and Lamia Endara, who answer the bell tonight at 7:00 during the opening of the University of Miami’s... More >>

  • Poetry in Motion

    published May 17, 2007

    A whole lot of action always seems to be bubbling under the surface of Anna Gaskell’s photographs and films, yet it can be dumbfounding to... More >>

  • Neighborhood Flavor

    published May 24, 2007

    Visit Little Havana on the last Friday of the month and the pungent aroma of cafecito, cigar smoke, and roast pork perfumes the air in... More >>

  • Through a Distant Lens

    published May 24, 2007

    Imagine a group of CIA geeks focusing their high-tech toys on Cuba’s architecture, and you capture a sense of the striking photographs on... More >>

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