6 days ago | Art
As China aims to surpass the US as the world's leading economic force, many of the nation's most distinguished artists have also made significant in-roads into the contemporary art world. These game changing creative talents have shaken-up the mar...
12 days ago | Art
Unlike most of its competition, Locust Projects was a trendsetter on the Miami art scene. In the late 90s, the art collective got the jump on the incredibly cheap rents available in Downtown adjacent neighborhoods. Almost twenty years later, and L...
13 days ago | Art
Photography is an inherently duplicitous medium. While drawn from real life, the captured images are single frozen instances that prove to be highly manipulatable by the person behind the lens. Yet unlike painting or sculpture, where artistic inte...
20 days ago | Art
As beach crowds swell, Miami's galleries keep opening new exhibitions proving that the off-season shows pack as much of a punch as their winter counterparts. Recently Diana Lowenstein Gallery in Wynwood opened shows by two of Miami's favorites: Ch...
21 days ago | Art
There's no space more infuriating for the local South Floridian than the driver's seat of a car, on a hot summer day, while stuck in traffic on I-95, the Palmetto, or MacArthur. Sealed off in separate air conditioned vehicles, transportation...
23 days ago | Art
In the late 1970s, New York critic Harold Rosenberg saw art at a tipping point. The avant-garde had already exacerbated the limits of conceptual and other forms of non-art, so Rosenberg predicted a shift where decorative, utilitarian and even furn...