In this week's issue of New Times, Natalie O'Neill profiles artist Romero Britto, a man who Miamians seem to have a love/hate relationship with. Er, well more like some people love him and some people hate him. In the past, we haven't been shy of our disdain for Britto's work -- and it's not about b ... More >>
via myspace.com/coryarcangelWorking out of Brooklyn, Cory Arcangel first earned critical props for art work like 2002's Super Mario Clouds, a modded Nintendo cartridge that played nothing but a constant stream of pixilated nebulousness. (Check out the jump for a video.) And ever since, he's made ... More >>
When Bravo announced it would air a Project Runway-like show with artists produced by Sarah Jessica Parker, we were intrigued, to say the least. We actually got excited when Miami was picked as one of the four cities to host a casting call last summer. That went down at the Frederic Snitzer ... More >>
Comic sans is perhaps the single most hated font amongst designers and web professionals, so we and a few others were a bit taken aback when we realized that the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami's website had been infected with the typeface disease.One Twitterer wondered if it ... More >>
Kyle MunzenriederThe International Noise Conference, organized yearly by Miami's resident sonic-fucking legend Rat Basterd, is secretly the best music conference the city has to offer. It's spun off international tours, and events across the globe, but the center piece will always be the Miami or ... More >>
Hip-hop, cars, and Cuban-American culture in a jaw-dropping exhibit.
Inspired by his own mortality, a local legend roars back at the Bass Museum of Art.
MAM's latest spectacle glimmers, glows, and goads.
A pair of filmmakers kicks off a series of home movies with the Wet Heat Project.
An author from a colorful local family leaves academics behind for a more passionate tale
Two shows, two women, two very different sensibilities
From lounges to guerrilla projection, it's all focused on the lens
Former Miamian Kenny Scharf turns his space-age Pop Art into a cartoon
Miranda July pries open the profound tyranny of doubt
Nam June Paik
"About Face: Andy Warhol Portraits"
Sixties duo Coyle and Sharp revisited
What happens to a young artist's work when he or she is struck down by AIDS? Good question.
The director who gave the world Nude on the Moon and Bad Girls Go to Hell enjoys a critical revival
Millionaire developer T homas Kramer's Portofino Group baited its hook with $15,000 -- and reeled in a wall at the Bass Museum