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Alex Gartenfeld, Contemporary Genius

6 years ago by Ciara LaVelle
Alex Gartenfeld's art career began, like so many others, on Canal Street in New York City. Unlike most curators, however, Gartenfeld launched his career out of his own stereotypically cozy New York apartment. "It was a cramped, tiny place on Canal, which at the time was a really central art...
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Alex Gartenfeld Joins MOCA as Curator

7 years ago by Ciara LaVelle
Alex Gartenfeld's ascent in the art world has been quick and impressive. Just a year after graduating from Columbia, Gartenfeld was already editing at Art in America and Interview Magazine. He has cofounded two art spaces, helped foster the careers of artists such as Julia Rommel and Zak Kitnik, and...
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New MOCA Curator Alex Gartenfeld on Coming to Miami: "I've Been Impressed"

7 years ago by Hans Morgenstern
To hear Bonnie Clearwater tell it, there was no competition when it came to deciding who will become the Museum of Contemporary Art's first full-time curator.In her introduction to Alex Gartenfeld's talk on his exhibit of New York artists in Rome (Empire State: New York and Beyond), Wednesday night, the...
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Outsider Art: A Sterling Ruby Retrospective Is the ICA's Biggest Exhibition Yet

5 days ago by Douglas Markowitz
This will be the biggest exhibition ICA Miami has ever staged: The pieces on display run the span of Sterling Ruby’s multidisciplinary oeuvre, jumping from medium to medium seemingly at will.
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One of Yayoi Kusama's Iconic Mirrored Rooms Comes to Miami

1 month ago by Douglas Markowitz
Miami is a city without a proper autumn, where the only pleasant chill of the year arrives for about a week in January, where fallen leaves are the result of hurricane-force winds, and where people don't look any weirder on Halloween than they do every other day. Yet thanks to...
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The Best Cultural Events in Miami for the 2019-20 Season

1 month ago by Olivia McAuley
October If you can’t snap a mesmerizing Instagram photo from 34 beautifully crafted lantern exhibits, well, that’s on you. Luminosa Festival of Lights will make the Jungle Island grounds glow this fall in a partnership with the Chinese lantern festival heavyweights Zigong Lantern Group and China Lantern International. This is...
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Artist Judy Chicago Sends the Design District Up in Smoke

9 months ago by Colin Daniels
Feminist artist Judy Chicago is known for her mixed-media installations. This week, she’s taking it to another level with an extension of her current exhibition on view at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami. Chicago will debut a new, site-specific smoke piece titled A Purple Poem for Miami in Jungle Plaza...
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The ICA's New Building Will Make You Do a Double-Take

2 years ago by Douglas Markowitz
New Times visited the building ahead of its official opening December 1.
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Rare Donald Judd Paintings Made the Trek From Marfa to Miami

2 years ago by Jesse Scott
The exhibition "Donald Judd: Paintings" presents 14 paintings created by the artist between 1959 and 1961.
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Former MOCA North Miami Board Names Leaders at ICA Miami

5 years ago by Shelly Davidov
After months of legal disputes and position shifts, the Board of Trustees of Institute of Contemporary Art Miami has appointed leadership at the newly established museum. Joining the former board and staff of the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami is Suzanne Weaver, a 20-year veteran of the industry...
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