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 >>
The Wynwood season began fast, with larger spaces and some sizable sales.
Luciano Goizueta's la-olla de oropoel, acrylic on canvas, 60" x 75", 2009Despite the dismal economic climate and a gloomy weather forecast, last Saturday night's Wynwood gallery walk season kickoff opened with a roar, featuring expanded spaces, stellar shows, and even some brisk sales."I was worr ... More >>
A fascinating new exhibit shows both profound symbolism and brutality.
"Giants in the City" featuring whimsical inflatable sculptures by ten local artists opened Tuesday night at Bayfront Park where an intimate crowd gathered for a lighting ceremony and a concert on the green. "It was pretty chilly but about 200 people showed up," says artist Alette Simmons-Jimenez who ... More >>
MoCA presents its permanent collection, with a twist.
ArteAmericas brings visions from our neighboring continent.
Flatlining fare mixes trash with treasure
Four decades on and the Rubells are still at it
In this age of artistic appropriation, everything is fair game
Florida culture reverts to its native roots
A Miami artist's singular vision and the collective vision of Arte Américas
There's much more to it than magical realism
A fine first show for a splendid space
Run-on sentence + ingenuity = cool movie
The art scene in Miami is ready to detonate, and Robert Chambers wants to light the fuse
Who cares about Art Basel? The Bass exhibition proves Miami already had it going on.
The spirit world, point by point, elevates Andres Puig from the primitive common ground
Cuba's Minister of Culture Abel Prieto faces a daunting challenge: Sell Cuban culture to the world, but don't sell out the revolution
February 25 - March 3, 1999
October 22 - 28, 1998
In Miami Beach, experts are enlisted to commission artworks for public spaces. Too bad city officials refuse to listen to them.
Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz's assemblage of cutting-edge contemporary works boldly questions the traditional definition of Latin American art
Just when an artist can't find a tube of paint or a strip of canvas, the international art world has come knocking on Havana's door -- with money in hand
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.