A decade of debauchery, deals, and disasters.
In this week's issue of New Times, Natalie O'Neill profiles artist Romero Britto, a man who Miamians seem to have a love/hate relationship with. Er, well more like some people love him and some people hate him. In the past, we haven't been shy of our disdain for Britto's work -- and it's not about b ... 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 >>
A voyage into the art of darkness in an economy gone mad.
One of Miami's most extensive artists' groups finds a new spot ... and improves.
A pair of filmmakers kicks off a series of home movies with the Wet Heat Project.
Think the real estate boom is over? Not for would-be galleries in Wynwood.
Don't even try to see it all. We've got Basel's best.
Wynwood opens its doors for the season, but not all the action is inside
Bernice Steinbaum Gallery
And you thought it was all about teens gone wild with cans of spray paint
Wynwood cooks up something different
The art scene in Miami is ready to detonate, and Robert Chambers wants to light the fuse
November reveals how multicultural Miami leaves its mark
"Departing Perspectives" and "Arte Actual"
The Cintas Foundation, a long-standing financial boon to artists of Cuban heritage, isn't doling out any money this year
As one of the most acclaimed Cuban artists of his generation, Jose Bedia is already in the spotlight. But the illumination he's looking for is something slightly different.