Everyone has been gushing about the Herzog & de Meuron-designed Perez Art Museum Miami, or PAMM — and they should be. Although still not finished, with outdoor construction still underway, it would not be an exaggeration to say that this museum is already the most spectacular one in the country, if not the world. Nonetheless, as […]
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When it comes to Buika in concert, I just let go and try not to understand every word. Even though my Spanish isn’t so great, her voice is the closest thing to a universal language that I’ve encountered. Her vocalizations embody the excruciating pain, suffering, loss and longing
The weekend awaits for all the Art Basel fair-going that you haven’t done. So, time for a quick run-down of what you may or may not want to see in a limited amount of time. At the main Art Basel fair at the Convention Center on Miami Beach, there’s some surprisingly fresh offerings from top […]
Context Art Miami, the sister art fair of Art Miami, features cutting-edge emerging and mid-career artists. This year, there’s one artist whose presence formed a posse around her: Tiffany Trenda. Trenda is literally a walking LCD cell phone screen installation
Call it pop-up Bach. This week, as the world comes to South Florida to absorb all the haute and the happening in contemporary visual art at Art Basel Miami Beach, other enterprising artists are taking advantage of the gathering to call attention to their work in other fields. On Saturday night, a specialty coffee shop […]
The previews have already started, although many of the Art Basel week fairs don’t technically open until Thursday. But that time of the month, that time once a year for art aficionados and just aficionados of good times, has arrived. The plethora of fairs and exhibitions have spread out all over; some cost money, others […]
By Elizabeth Shannon, Bass Museum of Art With Art Basel Miami Beach looming large, we’ve been very busy at the Bass Museum of Art of late, with the installation of Piotr Uklański’s exhibition ESL and Art Public in Collins Park. This all follows on from the opening of TIME, featuring projects by Hernan Bas, Manny […]
By Neal Hecker, WPBT The new production at the Actor’s Playhouse is a twist on an American holiday tradition, offering the audience a chance to watch somebody else’s family meltdown around the dinner table. The play, making it’s South Florida Premiere, was written by Sean Grennan. The title, “Making God Laugh” according to Artistic Director […]
Above: The 2013 Miami Knight Arts Challenge Winners. Music credit: Knight Arts Challenge Winner Joey Bargsten of meme experi mental ensemble. Tonight, on the New World Center stage, we’re celebrating 49 local artists, the impact they are having on our cultural community and our city, and their big ideas for the South Florida arts. Each is a […]
Much of our view today of Jewish life in Eastern Europe and Germany in the first part of the last century has been reduced to images of the Holocaust, of people waiting for trains to death camps, and of death camps. While these are crucial, critical images that must always remain in the fore, they […]