5 days ago | Art
The opening of local painter Farley Aguilar's "Invisible Country" at Spinello Project's new space in Little Haiti couldn't have happened at a more opportune time. With the Presidential elections well underway, the most discernible trend in th...
9 days ago | Art
French artist Jérémy Gobé has spent the past couple of months living and working at Fountainhead Residency in Morningside. His first visit to Miami has inspired him to create new sculptural pieces and remount an installation of his much-lauded Fre...
11 days ago | Art
Most galleries are cash-strapped. Not knowing how or when pieces will sell, gallery owners tend to flock to developing neighborhoods were rents are still cheap enough to keep them afloat while they await the right collector to purchase work they r...
16 days ago | Art
As Wynwood continues its transition from burgeoning arts neighborhood into a paint covered landmark, Art Wynwood is about to launch its sixth annual fair. This year's installment comes after a tepid response from collectors at Art Basel Miami Beac...
18 days ago | Art
One of Wynwood's most reasonably priced art fairs was acquired earlier this month in one of the many upheavals seen in Miami's first Art District. Over the past nine years, Red Dot Art Fair established a strong name for itself as a place to buy mo...
25 days ago | Art
The embargo the United States placed on Cuba for more than half a century comes with a cultural caveat. For years, the Communist island banned all propaganda that emanated from the West. On the other coast, the U.S. shunned artists who supported t...