In the old days, if paint-slinging artists had a beef with their royal patrons, they had to keep their beaks closed or risk losing their heads. “Lowly serfs or artists like Brueghel, Bosch, and Goya couldn’t complain about social ills to the king,” says Barry Fellman, director of Wynwood’s Center for Visual Communication. “Instead they employed stealth and hid their criticism in the masterpieces we’ve come to know them for today.” During this weekend’s... More >>>