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2013 Stories by Carlos Suarez De Jesus

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  • Humberto Castro Traces the Antilles

    published October 24, 2013

    In 1984, when Humberto Castro was a young Cuban artist just getting started, he snagged first prize for drawing at the Triennial Intergraphic... More >>

  • Meet the Masters

    published June 20, 2013

    Boasting upward of 17,500 objects spanning 5,000 years, the Lowe Art Museum (1301 Stanford Dr., Coral Gables) is the rare South Florida... More >>

  • One Hot Mamma

    published October 10, 2013

    We can think of plenty of reasons why the smash Broadway musical Mamma Mia has captivated more than 45 million people all over the... More >>

  • The Last Supper

    published August 8, 2013

    Before the executioner ends their earthly existence, few death row inmates look forward to their last meal, whether it’s steak and lobster... More >>

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    Second Saturday Art Walk Guide: October's Best Gallery Shows

    published Oct 11, 2013

    Is there a tectonic shift underway in the Wynwood gallery scene? This past Thursday nearly 30 local spaces banded together for the new preview art walk organized to attract collectors wary of the rowd... More >>

  • High Voltage

    published September 19, 2013

    This long-anticipated solo exhibition by the TM Sisters boasts sensory-jarring video installations, sculpture, collage and performance work.... More >>

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    Gator in the Bay Celebrates Its Second Art Basel in Miami Beach

    published Oct 01, 2013

    As the story goes, a teenager visiting a Florida tourist trap bought a baby alligator and flushed it down the toilet. Months later, it emerged from the sewers, as big as a school bus, to stalk unsuspe... More >>

  • III Points Has Crazy Art

    published October 3, 2013

    TwinHaus, a Miami-based "experiential engineering agency," was founded two months ago by Miamians Tara Long, 28, and Yamil Rodriguez, 30. The... More >>

  • Gator in the Bay: Giant Art Invades Miami

    published October 3, 2013

    As the story goes, a teenager visiting a Florida tourist trap bought a baby alligator and flushed it down the toilet. Months later, it emerged... More >>

  • They Might Be Giants

    published September 19, 2013

    While on a plane bound to Mexico City from Miami in 2008, local artist Alejandro Mendoza had one of those rare “aha” moments. His... More >>

  • Familiar Territory

    published September 12, 2013

    Exploring one of José Luis Landet’s panoramic geographical scenes might inspire an odd sense of déjà vu. That’s... More >>

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    Second Saturday Art Walk Guide: September's Best Gallery Shows

    published Sep 13, 2013

    Cuban artists who dare to tiptoe the tightrope between freedom of expression and critiquing their government risk censorship or even jail time. They have to strike the perfect balance between creativi... More >>

  • Renaissance Man

    published June 6, 2013

    Whether he’s working on the street or in his studio, Dawoud Bey has earned the art world’s attention for striking portraits that... More >>

  • Check Out the New Guy

    published July 11, 2013

    When the Museum of Contemporary Art (770 NE 125th St., North Miami) nabbed Alex Gartenfeld this spring, the hire made a big splash in local art... More >>

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    In Wynwood, Cuban Artists Escape the Censorship of Their Homeland

    published Sep 11, 2013

    Cuban artists who dare to tiptoe the tightrope between freedom of expression and critiquing their government risk censorship or even jail time. They have to strike the perfect balance between creativi... More >>

  • Second Saturday Art Walk: Cubans Censored in Havana Take Their Art to Wynwood

    published September 12, 2013

    Cuban artists who dare to tiptoe the tightrope between freedom of expression and critiquing their government risk censorship or even jail time.... More >>

  • Random Acts of Art

    published August 29, 2013

    There’s a reason Marcel Duchamp was a door opener of the first order and continues influencing creative types a century after he first left... More >>

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    Miami Meets New York in "I-95" at ArtCenter/South Florida

    published Sep 04, 2013

    Evan Robarts grew up in Miami Beach and moved to New York more than a decade ago to pursue a degree in sculpture. These days, the 30-year-old artist has a studio in Brooklyn and often visits his homet... More >>

  • "I-95 South" Art Show Combines NYC and MIA

    published September 5, 2013

    Evan Robarts grew up in Miami Beach and moved to New York more than a decade ago to pursue a degree in sculpture. These days, the 30-year-old... More >>

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    Primary Projects Covers a Chicago Shopping Center in Public Art

    published Aug 23, 2013

    When Books IIII Bischof and company launched Primary Flight back in 2007, and invited 35 artists to paint street murals across a blighted Wynwood, he had no idea his plan would become a cultural pheno... More >>

  • Girls Who Score

    published May 16, 2013

    Mark Cuban recently raised eyebrows when he said he would consider drafting Brittney Griner to play for the Dallas Mavericks. That many national... More >>

  • Heroes Among Us

    published May 23, 2013

    If you ask Dulce Pinzon to define Gotham’s real superheroes, she’ll tell you they are the undocumented immigrants eking out livings as... More >>

  • 89 Seconds To Go

    published April 18, 2013

    Eve Sussman first stunned the art world with her film 89 Seconds at Alcázar, which earned critical raves at the 2004 Whitney... More >>

  • Obsessive Creative Disorder

    published August 8, 2013

    A compulsive fixation on an idea can lead some people to the asylum. But for the folks at Now Contemporary Art (175 NW 25th St., Miami), the... More >>

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    Second Saturday Art Walk Guide: Five Shows to See This Month

    published Aug 09, 2013

    For most Wynwood galleries, August's Second Saturday Art Walk brings all the excitement of a Marlins home game. During the sweltering dog days of summer, many larger spaces shutter their doors for vac... More >>

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