Thursday, December 5, Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington brought their side project, Darkside, to Miami for the first time. With a minimalistic lighting setup, the duo wowed the crowds with hypnotic melodies and rumbling beats. All photos by Morgan Coleman.
After almost 25 years, De La Soul still knows how to put on a great show. The hip-hop icons took over the Stage in Miami's Design District during Miami Art Week. All photos by Marta Xochilt Perez.
See also: De La Soul Throws a House Party for "Everybody Who's 'Bout Real Hip-Hop"
Anchoring the art fairs around the Midtown area, Art Miami and its sister fair CONTEXT returned again this year with yet more Banksy pieces and the best selection contemporary artists. All photos by Ian Witlen.
Wednesday, December 4, Flaunt, 3P Productions, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami came together to welcome Art Basel attendees with a concert by Kendrick Lamar, along with rising singer-songwriter SZA, at Mana Production Village in Wynwood. Before the show, Vanessa Beecroft, in...
Absolut kicked off its Night Court party at Collins Park Wednesday night with performances by Ariel Pink and Dynasty Handbag. The championship-themed venue features an art bar installation by Ry Rocklen. All photos by George Martinez/gmartnx.com.
It may have a slightly new name, but Art Basel in Miami Beach remains the reason why the art world meets in Miami every December. Galleries from every corner of the globe showcase everything from highly valuable blue-chip art to emerging contemporary artists. Here's a glimpse of the fair from...
Just a stone's throw away from Art Basel at the Miami Beach Convention Center sits its sister fair, Design Miami. The fair highlights the best of the decorative arts and furniture from galleries from around the world. All photos by Ian Witlen.
See also: Design Miami 2013: What's Old Is New Again
Here's a collection of the year's best longreads published by the papers of Voice Media Group -- the nation's largest group of alternative weeklies -- as selected by Executive Associate Editor Andy Van De Voorde.
Of all the bartenders on South Beach, Angelo Vieira is by far the most serious. It's a Friday night, and he's sloshing and rattling steel shakers filled with gin, lemon juice, crème de violet, and maraschino liqueur. To prepare a drink, he wields jiggers, strainers, bar spoons, and funny-shaped...
This year, SCOPE Art Fair moved from its established home in Midtown to the beach -- South Beach to be exact. However, the fair hasn't deviated from its core mission to showcase the best emerging contemporary artists. Here's a glimpse from the fair's Tuesday preview.