6 days ago | Art
For most Miami residents, Art Basel is a week of horrific traffic. For some, it's a chance to engage in a multitude of cultural offerings bubbling up all over the city. For fewer, it's a chance to buy art offered by a selection of international ga...
7 days ago | Art
The arrival of the international art dealing behemoth known as Basel draws many Magic City residents to a slew of festivals, fairs, and public art displays in early December. And while much of Miami Art Week is geared toward billions of dollars of...
13 days ago | Art
The image of the prototypical feminist has not changed much since its inception: She’s angry, unshaven, and suspicious of men, if not downright misandrist. Judy Chicago, on the other hand, laughs easily. She wears dangling blue earrings and affect...
16 days ago | Art
The playgrounds of the rich and tasteful aren't the focus of the Faena Festival, a free series of exhibitions and performances commissioned by the Faena District for Miami Art Week. For its inaugural program, the theme is "This Is Not America,"
29 days ago | Art
When looking at Ebony G. Patterson's work, it might be best to think of an optical illusion. What's obvious in "Ebony G. Patterson... while the dew is still on the roses...," Patterson's exhibition at Pérez Art Museum Miami, is that her wor...
2 months ago | Art
My sister and I recently stumbled into a recurring inside joke. It starts with one of us asking for a favor, to which the other will reply, “As a woman of color, I find it really problematic that you expect that kind of emotional labor from me. I ...