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Artists and dealers gauge the climate of Second Saturdays.
December brings a music festival, seven new fairs, plus all the usual art world insanity.
Is the Magic City ready to challenge well-established art capitals around the globe as a cultural destination? Can we convince the world's 1% that there's a sustainable, year-round market here for contemporary art? Nick Korniloff thinks so. That's why he's debuting the inaugural version of Art W ... More >>
As we enter 2012, things will feel different in the Wynwood Arts District. Most things will look the same, but there will be one establishment in particular we'll miss. The nonprofit Edge Zones on NE 25th recently announced the end of its run as a gallery. The Edge Zones entity itself is not goin ... More >>
Of the estimated 14 million people that visit Miami each year, about 300,000 of them flock to the Big Mango during President's Day Weekend. And Nick Korniloff is confident that number includes a "culturally and socially savvy art-buying audience." Korniloff is fair director and partner for Art ... More >>
A decade of debauchery, deals, and disasters.
Will Art Basel Miami Beach get a Wall Street-style occupation this week? The art fair warned gallerists of the possibility, and rumors are swirling. Now OccupyArtBasel.com is live, but right now it's just a Tumblr blog filled with a mini-manifesto and a Occupy movement related pictures and links. ... More >>
Artist rendering of the future home of the MAMFor many the name of developer Jorge Perez is synonymous with the boom and bust of Miami real estate over the past decade. Now it appears Perez would much rather have his name synonymous with the Miami Art Museum, and has offered the institution a $35 ... More >>