Remember Beyonce's controversial "Beysus" Instagram? During a recent visit to Miami, Mrs. Carter hopped onto Jugofresh's Wynwood counter and snapped a photo in front of an Andy Warhol-inspired 'Last Supper' mural. And then the Internet exploded. "It's been controversial for Beyonce, but it hasn't ... More >>
Wynwood continues its transformation from gritty arts district to commercialized, glitzy "arts" district with the addition of its first bank since the transformation. C1 Bank, a St. Pete-based bank, is opening shop on NE 26th Street and N. Miami Ave. (a plot it bought for a pricey $2.85 million) as ... More >>
New Times' Best of Miami 2013 issue arrives June 13. To celebrate, Short Order is serving up the top 30 Tastemakers in the 305. These people have helped shape the Miami food scene into what it is today. We began with number 30 and will lead up to the county's number one. A Q&A session is included in ... More >>
Who owns the idea of shooting giant laser beams into the night sky? That's the question at the heart of a simmering dispute threatening a signature project at Miami's new mega music and art festival, UR1, where Andy Warhol associate Ultra Violet plans to beam a huge laser across Biscayne Bay.Problem ... More >>
Regardless of your approach, the sad truth is it's impossible to catch every piece of art worth experiencing during Basel week. With 250 exhibitors at the Miami Beach Convention Center, not to mention hundreds of others operating at the more than a dozen satellite fairs, this year's tenth edition ... More >>
Serendipity 3 plans to bring its over-the-top treats to SoBe.Iconic Manhattan ice cream restaurant and celebrity hotspot Serendipity 3 plans to open in South Beach, bringing Frrrozen Hot Chocolate and sundaes priced like mortgage payments to the rich and beautiful of South Florida.Serendipity 3 h ... More >>
The city's top politician visits new Wynwood galleries.
Harry Emilio Gottlieb knows cinema!Who knew that Harry Emilio Gottlieb, a prolific writer of letters to the editor denouncing cronyism, was a Hollywood wheeler-dealer?Why else would he get a $63,000-a-year gig as the man in charge of Miami's film and cultural affairs office? It couldn't possibly ... More >>
photo by the CobrasnakeYes, Jared Leto has been a certified heartthrob for more than 15 years now. But unlike many actors who moonlight in vanity acts, Leto makes serious work of his decade-plus-running band, 30 Seconds to Mars. In fact, it was as an aspiring musician that he first headed to L.A. ... More >>
A voyage into the art of darkness in an economy gone mad.
Otto von Schirach in Berlin The year is 1945 and Berlin falls to the allied troops as World War II comes to an end. Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun have one last glass of apple juice as they depart for the big ol' Deutschland in the sky. I wonder what our old Führer would make of his dear belov ... More >>
Wikicommons "Puppy" by Jeff Koons, BilbaoMiami Art Museum is two-for-two in 2009 lectures.On March 15, the museum delivered artist Richard Tuttle, and next Sunday, August 2nd at 3 p.m., it'll host Thomas Crow.Crow is the Rosalie Solow professor of modern art history at the Institute ... More >>
She idolizes Warhol, but her pop nostalgia is far from factory-made.
La Comunidad brings the gallery into the agency
MAM's new photo exhibit is not to be missed
When art imitates life a little too closely
A reissue of two classic albums exposes King Tubby as a master postmodernist
There's a place for everyone in Piccadilly Garden
From the man who put words to canvas and called it art, Ed Ruscha gets a Miami retrospective
A supermodel flies high and falls fast in Arcand's witty and stylish Stardom
Delusions of candor
October 29 - November 4, 1998