Barf target.The fervor against the cute, glossy, and substance-devoid work of Miami pop artist Romero Britto has officially reached a fever pitch. On the heels of New Times staffer Natalie O'Neill's feature on Britto, which explained how somebody with the apparent talent of a leaf of Burge ... More >>
Experimental film at MOCA
A gleaming exhibit opens at the Lowe.
UM artists set up shop downtown
You can hear an art history lecture in this town, and read Ocean Drive for free too
Two exhibits dabble with distant notions of art
A "but is it art?' debate looms as a developer ties his civic largesse to patronage of a favorite sculptor
Nicholas the Storyteller
You know, when Pre-Raphaelite plotlines fall flat and dull
Please, don't call the art they like primitive
International Ballet Festival of Miami
From the man who put words to canvas and called it art, Ed Ruscha gets a Miami retrospective
Instead of pushing us back, some art tries to draw us to raw feeling
The first U.S. exhibition of a Czech avant-garde innovator carries the weight of the modern world
January 21 - 27, 1999
You say Art Moderne, we say Art Deco. Let's call the whole thing off!