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  • Femme Mystique

    published October 27, 2011

    The Frost Art Museum salutes 2012 with a duet of solos by women artists, one of whom explores the feminine universe while the other creates vivid... More >>

  • It's a Secret

    published October 27, 2011

    Dutch artist Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn was a master of the Dutch Golden Age, not a master of golden showers. Or was he? Probably not. But... More >>

  • Duchamp Primer

    published November 10, 2011

    Arguably the most important artist of the past century, Marcel Duchamp and his readymades changed art forever. By calling mundane objects such as... More >>

  • If Walls Could Sweat

    published November 24, 2011

    Erwin Wurm, Austria's inimitable conceptual prankster, has fascinated us with work that plays at the margins of transformations and boundaries. He... More >>

  • Bunny Behind the Lens

    published December 8, 2011

    How do you attract the peepers to your spanking-new 250,000-square-foot art and automobile museum during a whirlwind December when the eyes of the... More >>

  • Outside the White Cube

    published November 17, 2011

    Years before Mark Handforth rocketed to international fame, in 1996 he was the first local artist to have a solo show at the Museum of... More >>

  • Paint by Numbers

    published December 29, 2011

    Long before the media and the Internet were used by the likes of Rush Limbaugh and Keith Olbermann to inform public opinion, propagandists relied... More >>

  • Beats and Life

    published October 27, 2011

    Prepare to get bowled over at the Light Box at Goldman Warehouse when Miami Dade College’s Cultura del Lobo series unleashes Nora... More >>

  • Great Depression

    published October 27, 2011

    Theatergoers will squirm in their seats and itch to swap notes after the curtain falls during Next to Normal, a gripping musical... More >>

  • From China With Love

    published October 27, 2011

    No longer a sleeping giant in the art-world arena, China has become one of the hottest markets for contemporary works on the global stage.... More >>

  • Water and Fire

    published October 6, 2011

    Two shows at the Frost Art Museum combine water and fire to transport the viewer to contrasting sensory experiences. Magdalena Fernández's... More >>

  • Fire and Water

    published October 6, 2011

    In "The Fire Next Time," Humberto Calzada tackles the destructive and regenerative properties of fire. The artist is best known for... More >>

  • Capturing the Flag

    published October 27, 2011

    California has the Carlos Santana Arts Academy and a school auditorium named for comedian George Lopez. But we’re pretty sure there... More >>

  • War and Peace

    published December 15, 2011

    Whether they are conveying notions of humanity’s tyrannical appetites or highest aspirations, Alain Guerra and Neraldo de la Paz know how to... More >>

  • North Miami's Mark Handforth makes a "Rolling Stop" at MOCA

    published December 22, 2011

    North Miami's Mark Handforth makes a "Rolling Stop" at MOCA More >>

  • Basel Hangover Edition

    published December 15, 2011

    In the old days, if paint-slinging artists had a beef with their royal patrons, they had to keep their beaks closed or risk losing their heads.... More >>

  • "Erwin Wurm: Beauty Business" at the Bass Museum through March 4

    published December 15, 2011

    "Erwin Wurm: Beauty Business" at the Bass Museum through March 4 More >>

  • December Second Saturday Art Walk Guide: Street Thugs, Existential Autopsies, and Brain Toads
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    December Second Saturday Art Walk Guide: Street Thugs, Existential Autopsies, and Brain Toads

    published Dec 09, 2011

    ​Although the aerosol stench, peelers dangling on stripper poles jutting from food trucks and nude pig in a poke performances are long gone, this weekend's Second Saturday art crawl still ha... More >>

  • Pass the Basel

    published October 27, 2011

    All eyes will turn to the Big Mango in December, when Art Basel transforms the 305 and adjacent latitudes into the planet’s largest... More >>

  • U.S. Society Through 64 Artists

    published December 1, 2011

    Part blockbuster, part narrative of the wide-open range of contemporary art over the past few decades, "American Exuberance," opening at... More >>

  • Art Basel's weirdest: Balls in a jar and nude pig wrestling

    published December 8, 2011

    Art Basel Miami Beach 2011's weirdest art: Balls in a jar and nude pig wrestling More >>

  • Post-Basel Second Saturday Art Walk December 10

    published December 8, 2011

    Second Saturday Art Walk December 10, 2011 More >>

  • Fountain Tonight: Nazi Space Program, Weapons Dispensers and Fab 5 Freddy

    published Dec 02, 2011

    ​Last year the Fountain Art Fair raised eyebrows when a crew of scruffy performance types rolled a car onto the lawn inside which a couple engaged in steamy sex acts before collaborators demol... More >>

  • Swine Fever, Crack Pipes and More Tonight at Primary Projects

    published Dec 01, 2011

    ​George Sanchez-Calderon is no stranger to Basel headlines. He made news during an early incarnation of ABMB installing a carnival midway at the Buena Vista rail yard replete with a soaring... More >>

  • Scope Fair Performances, Drug Coffins, Jumping Brains and More

    published Nov 30, 2011

    ​Boasting a rainbow circle of brain toads, a coffin full of pharmaceuticals, cash money, bullets and condoms, not to mention a swami fortune teller greeting visitors at the entrance, the Sco... More >>

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