1 year ago | Film and TV
José María Cabral is a 28-year-old Dominican film director whose fifth movie, Carpinteros (Woodpeckers), will be screened at the Miami Film Festival this Friday, March 10. The feature, set in the Dominican Republic’s infamous Najayo prison, tells ...
1 year ago | Longform
Ena Louissaint and her four children have lived for the past year and a half in a ramshackle hut made from scavenged cardboard, faded blankets, flimsy sticks, and corrugated zinc panels. Leaning to one side, it offers little shelter from the hot, ...
1 year ago | Art
Overtown lies just south of Wynwood, but Miami’s second-oldest neighborhood hasn’t benefited much from the mural-led development model. Urban blight — from dilapidated buildings and tagged-up walls to overgrown lots — has left most investors unint...
1 year ago | Best of Miami
It seems like art is everywhere in Miami these days: in galleries, hotels and condos, parks and street corners. But long before the Basel boom brought an explosion of galleries to the city, locals were adorning themselves in a different artistic g...
2 years ago | Art Basel Miami Beach
Art Basel begins tomorrow, and that means traffic in this city is about to go absolutely nuts. But don’t worry — even if an extra 150,000 cars a day will try to cross the MacArthur Causeway, Austin musician Steve Parker has an art project that wil...
2 years ago | Art
Every year, toward the end of November, the streets of Wynwood start crawling with dudes carrying ladders and ladies driving scissor lifts. The back alleys ring with the rattle of spray paint cans. Paint-splattered figures crouch and assess the wa...