Neil Vazquez is an arts and entertainment writer who works at the intersection of highbrow and lowbrow — equally comfortable discussing Gerhard Richter's latest set of paintings or researching a heady think piece about Kylie Jenner's eye makeup. A Miami native and Northwestern University graduate, he usually can be found sipping overpriced coffee, walking his golden retriever, or profusely sweating in yoga classes around town.
4 days ago | Art
Apart from being a cultural melting pot, Miami has produced a fair number of talented local artists for a city of its size. Daniel Arsham, Hernan Bas, and many others have gone from high-school stars on the local art scene to national and internat...
16 days ago | Art
Emerson Dorsch Gallery was a pioneer on Miami's burgeoning art scene. Brook Dorsch founded the gallery as a space to show work by local artists, supported by his day job as an engineer. When his wife, Tyler Emerson came along to help curate, they ...
29 days ago | Art
Don't let Lawerence Weiner's work fool you. Though he usually refers to the medium of his pieces as "language and the materials referred to," his work is more than meets the eye. Weiner, still one of the most recognizable names in conceptual art, ...
1 month ago | Art
Anna Betbeze wants you to see her sweat. Her pieces — burnt and distressed pieces of fabric, canvas, and even carpets — are riddled with the evidence of her often harsh and violent technique. The result is more than just the sum of their resultant...
2 months ago
3 months ago | Art
One of the latest additions to the Brickell skyline, the East, is getting in the Basel spirit with an installation and show of recent work from Chinese artist Ye Hongxing. The Shanghai-based artist is known for her intricate canvas pastiches, cons...