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  • Calendar: Highlights
    The Bernice Steinbaum Gallery (3550 N. Miami Ave., Miami) has been a focal point in Miami’s artistic community for years, having introduced us to new local talent and international...
  • Cultist: Dance
    On Friday, June 15, the Bernice Steinbaum Gallery will be hosting the Miami debut of Simone Sobers Dance and their newest work, Rogue. Company director Sobers, who trained here in Miami and...
  • Cultist: Art
    From the time she first planted her flag in Wynwood, when Bernice Steinbaum spoke people listened.Shortly after opening her two-story space on the corner of 36th Street and North Miami...
  • Cultist: Art
    Art Walk is back in Wynwood, bringing with it even more signs that Miami is soaring as a cultural destination. Last month's edition was, admittedly, a dud. But this Saturday, starting at 6...
  • Cultist: Art
    For Wynwood's gray-haired arts doyenne, Bernice Steinbaum, her current exhibit "I Witness" has been one of the most personal and rewarding shows of her long career as a gallerist. But...
  • Culture: Art
    Want to figure out what's addling the collective unconscious? No need to consult a shrink. Just head to Wynwood this weekend for the first Art Walk of the year. Beginning at 6 p.m. this...
  • Cultist: Art
    Karen Rifas is a local artist known for her adroit use of materials to convey concepts of volume and space. Her solo show "Strung Out," currently on view at the Bernice Steinbaum Gallery,...
  • Culture: Art
    The new art season is upon us. Wynwood art dealers, wringing their sweaty palms, are in a sniff over who did or didn't make the cut for Art Basel. The galleries are cranking out dozens of...
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    Bernice Steinbaum squints through the massive black-rimmed glasses that frame her eyes like fishbowls and sighs. "Do you have any other questions besides what I think about the scene in...
  • Culture: Art
    Peter Sarkisian's sensational 3-D video sculpture at the Bernice Steinbaum Gallery brings to mind the federal government's Cash for Clunkers program. The artist's Registered Driver Flat...
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