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The amazing aspect to “Tàpies: From Within” is the scope of the Catelan painter’s work. This survey of Antoni Tàpies’ 70-year long career, which started in the 1940s and ended with his death in 2012, just opened at the Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). In other words, he put his imprint on every decade in […]

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February is Black History Month, and there’s an exciting range of free programming being supported by the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights to celebrate the rich cultural traditions and history of black and African American communities, as well as to examine some of the challenges that continue to face black Americans. On Saturday, […]

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Artists take care of one another, or so it would certainly seem when it comes to Jon Haidet and Karen Starr, the owners of Hazel Tree Interiors. In an informal interview at the store, Haidet said that there are “tons of artists who don’t have any place to show” either a significant amount of their […]

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The Light Factory’s 7th annual juried show is fast approaching. A call for entries recently went out for innovative and challenging works from photographers across the country. The Annuale will be on display in April and will consist of six photographers, each represented by five to seven images. Photographers are invited to submit both traditional […]

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Winnie-the-Pooh author A.A. Milne’s essay “Goldfish” provides the only sliver of context for Richard Harrod’s solo show “Bad for the Goldfish” at Marginal Utility. If aesthetically pleasant, easy to understand artwork is your preference, then perhaps this exhibit is not for you. On the other hand, if you’re willing to trudge through the mud a […]

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Locust Talks: Jens Hoffmann

Published on February 4, 2015 by in Miami

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By Angelica Arbelaez, Locust Projects  Locust Projects is pleased to announce the 2015 Locust Talks lecture series lineup. Locust Talks brings curators and directors from innovative institutions in the US and abroad to Miami to discuss critical issues and ideas impacting artists and their communities. Visiting lecturers also meet with Miami artists in their studios. […]

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By Karla Arguello, The Rhythm Foundation Thirteen is lucky this year, because it’s the 13th edition of the Heineken TransAtlantic Festival! The annual music event explores modern world music from the great cities of the Atlantic rim – Europe, Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, North America — and features artists working in the beautiful collision […]

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If you’re connected in any way to the various arts communities in St. Paul, you’ve probably at least heard of the Saint Paul Art Crawl. Every spring and fall, numerous buildings, neighborhoods and organizations open themselves up for weekends full of art sharing, art selling and art making. But for the rest of the year, […]

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The first thought that comes to my mind when I think of comics is “Archie.” I was about 10 years old when I was introduced to this comic strip, and every time my family went to the grocery store, I would toss the latest issue in the cart. More than anything, I was all into […]

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Next year, Florida Grand Opera will join a small company of American opera troupes to mount a work that, since its belated premiere just five years ago, has electrified the operatic world. This week, FGO announced that one of the four operas it would present in its 2015-16 season is Mieczyslaw Weinberg’s The Passenger. Written […]

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