For the past two decades, thousands of visitors wandering South Beach's lovely but touristy Española Way have stumbled into the 405 building expecting another shop hawking SoBe tchotchkes or white linen shirts. Instead, they've found an eclectic mix of local artists packed into floors of small stud ... More >>
About now you've driven around for miles looking for some parking spot under $50, walked miles in shoes that hurt, downed your fair share of cheese cubes, and pondered both art and the throngs of "interesting" fairgoers. Read also:- Art Basel Eats: From a Phuc Yea!Pop-Up to a Basel Biergar ... More >>
Art Basel wouldn't be complete without a trip around the galleries in Wynwood. To tackle all of these spaces, jammed into every nook and alleyway, you're going to need comfortable shoes (that means screw the Jimmy Choos, wear some Keds and call yourself a real artist) and some food and drink to keep ... More >>
Art Basel is about to capture the minds and imagination of Miami. The self-billed "most prestigious art show in the Americas" showcases work by more than 2,000 artists. Crazy stuff is literally everywhere -- on the sides of buildings, in parks, in tents and galleries, and at the Miami Beach C ... More >>
Here's our video from the week of Art Basel Miami 2009. It features footage from the streets of Wynwood, Notorious Nastie, Primary Flight , Art Miami, Art Loves Music, Pulse Art Fair, Fountain Art Fair, Tony Goldman's Wynwood Walls, Shepard Fairey, Jim Darling, Dave Tree, Aoki, FOCI Art Fair, OH W ... More >>
KAWS, The EndIt's not often you get to see a curated show featuring the likes of Richard Prince, Jules de Balincourt, Shepard Fairey, Kenny Scharf, and KAWS, but it's not often that Lance Armstrong comes calling on the art world. Armstrong's Livestrong foundation and Nike asked 25 to ... More >>
It's anime on overdrive in the Wachowski brothers' souped-up, tricked-out Speed Racer.
Jump aboard the mother ship of two exhibits delivering a wild ride
ArtBasel: Where Did It Come From? What Does It Want?
South Beach lifeguard towers
Former Miamian Kenny Scharf turns his space-age Pop Art into a cartoon
Is there any hope of restoring the South Beach luster? Rudolf says yes.
South Florida philanthropist Richard Bronson built his fortune on the shady side of Wall Street
May 28 - June 3, 1998
May 21 - 27, 1998
A South Beach restaurant owner says she was wrongly pulled over, then assaulted and ridiculed by Miami Beach cops
Peace-loving, tree-hugging religious disciples or crafty retailers cashing in at public expense? You be the judge.
The X Generation takes culture by the throat