Neil Vazquez is an arts and entertainment writer who works at the intersection of highbrow and lowbrow A Miami native and Northwestern University graduate, he usually can be found sipping overpriced coffee, walking his golden retriever, or doing yoga.
4 months ago | Art
PAMM has gone a long way to leverage its position in Miami to serve traditionally underrepresented communities. "The Other Side of Now" goes a long way toward achieving that goal.
6 months ago | Art
This past Sunday in Miami's Allapattah neighborhood, amid rain and traffic congestion, one of the city's best-known galleries reopened. Anthony Spinello is the name behind Spinello Projects, a contemporary art venue that for the past couple of yea...
7 months ago | Art
Brazil's topsy-turvy political climate has made headlines recently: a statewide graft probe that targeted politicians on the left and right; the impeachment of sitting president Dilma Rousseff; the incarceration of the previous president, Luiz Ina...
8 months ago | Art
For the past couple of years, the Faena District has turned its Miami Music Week programming on its head. Instead of the typical DJ set packed with airhorns, dazzling light show, and hordes of aficionados packed in cramped, dimly lit venues, Faena...
9 months ago | Art
Nestled in Miami's Ironside neighborhood is the first US show of one of the most promising young abstract artists of his generation. Chinese painter Jin Junjie creates three-dimensional canvasses embellished with colorful reliefs. The collection o...
1 year ago | Art
Designer Moises Esquenazi and his partner Christopher Menendez spent the better part of the summer hiking through Japan. Like 19th-century explorers, they traversed the island nation in search of one of its modern cultural exports: stickers. That'...