A lot can be said about OHWOW's quick two-year residency in Miami. In a short time, the gallery-meets-performance space brought us an incredible amount of quality exhibitions as well as unforgettable parties, all coming out of a simple black-and-white warehouse in the middle of Allapattah.Who can ... More >>
C-3PO, R2-D2, and a bunch of records.Alex Caso's apartment is truly fascinating. He's an avid collector of what he calls "media." The place is blanketed with wonderful, collectable toys, records, DVDs, CDs. It's a little nerd boy's dream! He asks if we like Kate Bush, and pops her ont ... More >>
Photo by Ian WitlenPeaches arrived from the future with prophylactics for everybody.PeachesBally Love Private EventMoore Building, MiamiThursday, December 2, 2010Better than: Everything else happening at that very moment.Reporters sometimes get a bad wrap for diva behavior at events. These lo ... More >>
In anticipation of the upcoming Best of Miami issue hitting newsstands June 17, here is a sneak peek at one category and its winner.Rubell Family CollectionMera and Don RubellWhen it comes to art collectors in town, there are the Rubells, and then there's everybody else. Martin Margulies has his ... More >>
Dan Attoe's I'm Stealing Your ideas at Peres ProjectsCongratulations, Miami, you've survived another Art Basel. Riptide dropped by the main fair one final time late yesterday afternoon. Galleries had put out some new works since opening day, while some gallerists were literally counting the ... More >>
No convention will ever be the same after this new show in North Miami.
Inspired by his own mortality, a local legend roars back at the Bass Museum of Art.
A pair of filmmakers kicks off a series of home movies with the Wet Heat Project.
It could get Simon Cruz elected mayor of Miami Beach
"They didnt even know it was a piece. They thought it was a real estate poster."
Bert Rodriguez has no use for convention, or critics
Mining the energy of the collective
Florida culture reverts to its native roots
A frightful journey into the art of darkness
Fredric Snitzer Gallery
She wanted to be like Ali. Wrong sex. Too early.
"Bert Rodriguez: A Pre-Career Retrospective"