Call it irony. On the single biggest day in Miami's visually stunning history, as Art Basel begins and the Perez Art Museum opens on the bay, media announces a three-tower, 2-million-square-foot giant on the Miami River. Complaints have been lodged about naming the city's art museum after the magna ... More >>
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Art Basel not only offers an overload of visual stimulation, it also presents a time to dredge up any tragic feelings of rejection you experienced in your youth. Sure, there are like 300 openings and parties each and every night of next week, but there are only like three you want to go to. Those ar ... More >>
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A voyage into the art of darkness in an economy gone mad.
The unholy dollar just might kill the nation's top art fair.
China's booming art parade makes a second stop in Coral Gables.
The secret is out for this clandestine gallery
Basel high rollers are jetting into town ready to blow big bucks
That beautiful painting by Cuban artist Domingo Ramos? The one you bought from a Miami gallery for $10,000? Ready for some bad news? It's a forgery
Mosaic Theatre's latest takes the road more traveled and trite
A "but is it art?' debate looms as a developer ties his civic largesse to patronage of a favorite sculptor
Competing fairs are locked in a battle for collectors
The party may be over but life -- real life -- goes on
The Cintas Foundation, a long-standing financial boon to artists of Cuban heritage, isn't doling out any money this year
Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz's assemblage of cutting-edge contemporary works boldly questions the traditional definition of Latin American art
Jimi Hendrix's guitar. John Lennon's furniture. Bono's sunglasses. Hope I die before I get sold.
What do Armando Valladares, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Miriam Alonso, Xavier Suarez, Alex Penelas, Steve Clark, and the Miami Herald editorial board have in common? They're just a few of the big names enlisted by accused embezzler Roberto Polo in his fight to a
You'd be thrilled to learn those dusty old trinkets on your mantel are actually worth their weight in gold. Wouldn't you?
No-nonsense bankruptcy trustee William Brandt wants to open an art gallery near you