Taking advantage of the busy holiday weekend and the moneyed crowds in town for the Boat Show, Art Wynwood held its inaugural fair Thursday night in Midtown. The fair features a mix of local, national, and international galleries showcasing contemporary work.
Sleigh Bells and Diplo teamed up for a Florida-only tour dubbed Paradise Lost which ended Tuesday night at Grand Central. The night also celebrated the release of Sleigh Bells sophomore album, Reign of Terror. Opening the show was Brooklyn black metal band Liturgy.
Lee Klein notes that "there is something admirable about [Norman Van Aken] remaining true to his New World cuisine roots rather than focusing on foams and other food fads." At his latest endeavor, Tuyo, Van Aken focuses on the food that made him a success. Read the review of Tuyo here.
Taking a page out of Spain's La Tomatina, Tobacco Road hosted the Flying Tomato Smash & Bash Saturday afternoon. Over 25,000 tomatoes that didn't make the grade for food were made available for throwing.
This week, Lee Klein falls in love with the Dutch at the W South Beach. "If the Dutch really were a party, it would be a well-hosted one with very good food and drink." Read the review of the Dutch here.
Now in its 14th year, Miami Light Project's "Here & Now" gave three performance artists and one artistic duo $4,000, rehearsal space, and production support in order to tap into the current of today's rushing thoughts and moods. The chosen performers include Luis Alberto Cuevas, Ivon Batanero,...
Friday night, Bass Museum of Art held its monthly happy hour series, Beats After Sunset, where guest enjoyed cocktails, music by DJ Joesef-K, and views of its current exhibitions "Laurent Grasso: Portrait of a Young Man" and "Erwin Wurm: Beauty Business."