Last year, Kevin Sutherland led his Mosaic Miami Church congregation through a sermon about sight and spirituality. "God begins to wash away" our blindness, the charismatic pastor said. "God begins to let us see." Yet it was Sutherland's foresight that would fail him. The 46-year-old preacher was c ... More >>
View more photos from the grand opening of Art Wynwood here.The inaugural edition of Art Wynwood opened last night and featured some arresting work to celebrate President's Day weekend. In the newbie fair's Art Video New Media Lounge, housing 11 works in eight screening rooms, Lindsay Scoggins r ... More >>
A decade of debauchery, deals, and disasters.
Art Basel is many things to many people. Some see it as a drug-infused bacchanal where, occasionally, art is appreciated. Others see it as the art world's seasonally scheduled hangover. Most would agree it's a catastrofuck of major proportions. William PowhidaDo you remember anything from last year ... More >>
Another year in the books. It is just us or did 2009 seemed to rush by like it was in overdrive? Still, 2009 was another stellar year for clubland, music and all. The economic recession didn't prove to be the wet blanket many had predicted it would be. The nightclubs are still here and people are st ... More >>
A voyage into the art of darkness in an economy gone mad.
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 >>
And on the third day of the season, they ascended into heaven...We take it all back -- all the vitriol regarding the lack of a public process for the new stadium, all the accusations of backroom deals, dirty money, and no-bid contracts. Build the Marlins whatever they want. This team is amazing. 3-0 ... More >>
Greg Haberny, The Wanker's Ball at Fountain Art FairYesterday afternoon Wynwood streets were surprisingly light in traffic with the exception of a few taxis, rickshaws and Miami Police squad cars along North Miami Avenue. It was nothing like last year when cabs and limos snaked bumper-to-bumper in t ... More >>
Screw the recession. The nation's number one art fest is bigger than ever.
A new Lincoln Road show delivers the sting of comedy.
Fabian Peña turns his obsession with the cockroach into art.
Three shows that demand to be seen — long after Basel has left town.
Su-en Wong and Hackworth Ashley lampoon stereotypes and stars
Four decades on and the Rubells are still at it
Beach House Bal Harbour