As we enter 2012, things will feel different in the Wynwood Arts District. Most things will look the same, but there will be one establishment in particular we'll miss. The nonprofit Edge Zones on NE 25th recently announced the end of its run as a gallery. The Edge Zones entity itself is not goin ... More >>
[NAME] Publications offers certain Miami artists the opportunity to freely create content within two hard covers. Founder Gean Moreno relinquishes editorial control over each book. He says, "I think of them as an architecture that you give someone and they basically fill it. It's their respo ... More >>
A voyage into the art of darkness in an economy gone mad.
Exhibit explores how the other half lives.
Start massaging your art belly because this weekend's buffet of openings is going to stretch your ocular capacity. (Mixed metaphor disaster...Campbell McGrath, I have failed you!) Tomorrow is the first Second Saturday of the fall season, as gallery owners and artists return from vacations, fellowsh ... More >>
No convention will ever be the same after this new show in North Miami.
Highs and lows among fellowship contenders at the Frost
Locust Projects has some last-minute high jinks up its sleeve
Wynwood opens its doors for the season, but not all the action is inside
At Centro Cultural Español, Hispanic artists go radical on culture
Handmade crafts find their place in contemporary art
Mining the energy of the collective
ArtBasel: Where Did It Come From? What Does It Want?
Grotesque sculpture for one, problematic videos for another
A fine first show for a splendid space
Something for every taste, from world-beat canvas to small portraits to tongue-licking china
Art can take serious issues lightly and be better for it
In a town that worships image, local artists take it one step further
November reveals how multicultural Miami leaves its mark