Rosa de la Cruz has been on a bit of a tear lately. On Thursday, she sent the Miami art world into a mid Basel tizzy with an interview claiming that the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) was moving. Now she's not only doubling down on her remarks but also sounding off on the city's other art museum ... More >>
For Miami power couple Carlos and Rosa de la Cruz, wealth has begotten cultural influence. The Cuban immigrants have built a business empire and used the profits to assemble one of the best private art collections in the country.Last week, however, the De la Cruzes' wealth became a liability when th ... More >>
David BolgerAttention Art Basel visitors: Name dropping always works!‚ÄčMiami Beach artist and City Hall gadfly David Bolger wants to make sure visitors attending Art Basel see it like an insider. So the 51-year-old former New Englander has illustrated a 21-page guide for Riptide to assist wannabe a ... More >>
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From the issue of May 03, 2001
So you weren't among those lucky few who dined with the king and queen? Consider it a compliment.
Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz's assemblage of cutting-edge contemporary works boldly questions the traditional definition of Latin American art
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.