1 day 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...
4 days ago | LGBT
Thanks to SCOTUS all marriages are now created equal, but not all months. July is the time when even locals need to a quick sojourn out of the zip code, but that doesn't make it any less gayer. Independence day bashes, fundraisers, and more are pa...
5 days ago | Art
Local artist Addonis Parker has built a reputation providing much needed art-based services to the local community. The Ohio native quickly realized the need for arts education in South Florida, especially among the children of Miami's Liberty Cit...
14 days ago | Art
All our actions, whether meaningful or banal, have consequences on the surrounding space. Artist, entrepreneur, and Upper East Side socialite Paula Crown is interested in the physical manifestations of those actions. This time she's injected a sen...
21 days ago | LGBT
Miami Beach usually host its Gay Pride celebration earlier in the year, when it's actually hospitable to spend long stretches of time outdoors. This weekend, the town's gay moguls and their straight allies mixed, mingles, and cavorted under the te...
25 days ago | Art
One of Wynwood's oldest galleries is closing two of its show-stopping exhibits this weekend. When Locust Projects opened its doors, it was the first artistic outpost in a neighborhood mostly marked by warehouses, junkyards, and tire fires. Yet thi...