4 days ago | Art
After over fifty years of making and exhibiting art, Sheila Hicks has learned the secret to an enduring art show.
11 days ago | Art
Some contemporary art can feel like a nasty hangover from the orgy of postmodernism known as pop art. Figures like Andy Warhol were known as much for their fabulous lives as their enduring concepts, a trend that seems to have permeated today's art...
23 days ago | Culture
In 2012, we were learning "Gangnam style" and fuming over Mitt Romney's "binders full of women." In the midst of that madness — on public buses, restaurant menus, beach advertising banners, and blasting out of cruising Ferraris — Miami had poems. ...
23 days ago | Art
At 8:30 a.m. every morning, a group of teenagers emerges from the Homestead Detention Center buildings for their first breath of fresh air since early evening the day before. Girls come out first in a single-file line, supervised by guards, follow...
2 months ago | Culture
Shortly after the video of Covington Catholic High School boys sneering at a Native American protester went viral, New Times spoke on the phone with Tom Healy. The poet and curator said he didn't trust "the motives of a lot of the people who want ...
3 months ago | Art
Artist Cristine Brache identifies three levels to the immersive front-yard-world she's built at Locust Projects. Titled "Cristine's Secret Garden," the installation's most pressing significance, for Brache, lies in an experience of oppression. "I’...