Neil Vazquez is an arts and entertainment writer who works at the intersection of highbrow and lowbrow A Miami native and Northwestern University graduate, he usually can be found sipping overpriced coffee, walking his golden retriever, or doing yoga.
11 days ago | Art
Ahead of III Points music festival this weekend, organizers are announcing the arrival of Brian Eno's The Ship, in collaboration with the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA). The installation will be housed in the Design District's Moore Building,...
26 days ago | Art
In anticipation of the Institute of Contemporary Art's (ICA) December inauguration of its new home—located around the corner from its current facilities in the Design District's Moore Building—organizers are debuting plans for a sculpture park in ...
1 month ago | Art
R.M. Fischer began his art career in the 1980s, making sculptures from scuffed brass knobs, rusted metal rods, pots, pans, and other found objects. Later, in the early 2000s, he progressed to soft sculpture — pieces made from vinyl fabric and upho...
2 months ago | Books
As Miami’s cultural landscape boomed in the past decade — with the influx of major art fairs, new museums, and local galleries opening in up-and-coming neighborhoods — the city’s queer culture was in flux. Reading Queer, a Knight Foundation-sponso...
3 months ago | Art
After selling its landmark building for $88 million in 2015, ArtCenter/South Florida recently announced the appointment of a new president and CEO, Dennis Scholl, the former vice president of arts for the Knight Foundation. With an extensive backg...
4 months ago | Art
Joining a wave of migration to Little Haiti — one that includes galleries such as Emerson Dorsch, Mindy Solomon, and Nina Johnson, as well as other cultural organizations — Exile Books has opened a storefront in the heart of the neighborhood. Afte...