Not long after sunset, downtown Miami is so deserted the click of a changing traffic light echoes like a gunshot. Once-bustling cafeterias and shops closed hours ago. In the inky darkness, steel shutters rattle in the wind. But then you turn a corner and a cool-yellow glow pours onto the stained si ... More >>
Rocco Carulli frantically darts among large canvases smeared with thick blobs of richly-hued oil paint. His smile is infectious, like that of a born entertainer, but there's also the nervous quiver of a new restaurateur. He sports a shaved head, a meticulously trimmed salt-and-pepper beard, and a sp ... More >>
It's dusk on a Saturday, and I'm asking Javier, the waiter, to add $8 artichokes to my $24 pizza. The Colombian 20-something with a Salvador Dalí mustache squats in front of my table, strokes his whiskers, and looks cool. "One calzone with shallots and porcini," he parrots. "And a pie with garlic, ... More >>
In many ways, 2011 was a great one for movies. Some really good films came out this year -- some that broke the mold and swirled genres together in unprecedented ways. Several icons of the movie world made remarkable contributions that should be mentioned at the year's close. On the other hand, y ... More >>
Miami-alt rockers Alukard toy with Walt Disney's animation and Salvador Dalí in their latest video incarnation for "Doubtful Optimism." First started in 1946 and not completed until just a few years ago, the collaboration between two legendary artists seemed the perfect intermingling for the band ... More >>
This brassy 24-hour eatery is just what we needed.
Hang on tightly to those Picassos at Basel. Art crime is on the rise.
A new show highlights influences on Spanish art.
Gilles Larrain shows the soul of Seville in Coral Gables.
Victor-Hugo Vaca presents an interesting art event.
Pip Brants new exhibition examines the possibilities
Warhol's film legacy on tour
MAM's new photo exhibit is not to be missed
These docs will send you sailing
Performance art soars to new heights under the blue-and-yellow grand chapiteau
The Gables strikes a pose
Photographs that compel you to think again about recorded history
The sensitized world of Neith Nevelson is in collision with the forces of harsh, unsympathetic real life
Journey through some giant entrails
MoCA takes up with the Surrealist when he was at his best
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