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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. And this particularly commercialized holiday is intricately associated with flowers. Every ad tells you to buy the blooms for someone, anyone, to prove your love — it’s a great gig for the flower industry. That industry is something that New York artist Virginia Poundstone has been intrigued by for years. […]

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When Alice fell down the rabbit hole, she entered a wonderland filled with strange creatures, fabulous sights and unexpected adventures. The experience is really not unlike entering the new building of the Young at Art Museum (a $500,000 Knight Arts grantee) in Davie, an exciting, multi-sensory trip no matter what age you are. There are […]

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Inkub8  Artist-in-Residence Alexey Taran | Photo by Neil de la Flor

As the last graffiti artist packs up her spray cans and the glittering stilt walkers make their final stint down NW 2nd Avenue in Wynwood, Inkub8 is gearing up for its Open-Studio series this Friday, December 14th at 8:30 p.m., and its Artist-in-Residence performance event scheduled

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Flamenco, like art and human nature, is unpredictable. But Google “flamenco images” and predictably you’ll see a fiery red tomato kaleidoscope of traditional and outrageously trained and ruffled flamenco gowns explode on screen screaming drama. The gowns are so lush and overpowering one forgets there is a dancer wielding those fire-breathing dresses around. Strip away […]

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If you’ve ever wanted to move like a shape-shifter or create a new body language, the ongoing workshop series at Inkub8 is the place. Learn how to fly, spin, spiral, fall, leap, collapse and shout in new ways at the alternative, hybrid white box studio

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Art for all tastes

Published on March 24, 2012 by in 2011 Miami Winners, KAC Miami, Miami

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As has become abundantly clear, art openings are no longer segregated to a Second Saturday — every week something new opens, on various nights. Last week saw Museum of Contemporary Art unveil its solo outing of painter Rita Ackerman, while Miami Art Museum, a Knight Arts grantee, spun a new web with “The Record: Contemporary […]

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The Bridge Red alternative gallery continues to live up to its mission, and its 2011 Knight Arts Challenge grant, which supports that to “provide a space for exhibition, documentation and creative exchange of works and ideas by strong and developed local artists who do not get the exposure their work merits.” The latest example is “Sherri […]

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Way way back in the day, when I inherited some albums from my uncle, the world changed. As a kid, the music I could hear after putting a record on my dad’s turntable, moving a needle back and forth over and over, would leave me forever mesmerized by songs from Santana, David Bowie, The Velvet […]

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The migration has finally occurred, and the art galleries and studios that formerly centered on and around Northeast 38th Street in the Design District have moved on. And we now know where some of them have landed, including Locust Projects (a Knight Arts Challenge grantee), which moved over to North Miami Avenue and is reopening with […]

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Word had clearly gotten out about the opening of the latest addition to the alt art scene, Mercenary Square, in Little Havana. The art complex at Sixth Street and 12th Avenue was packed with art lovers and partiers, youngsters and oldsters who had come to see graf artist Ahol Sniffs Glue’s inauguration of the Mercenary […]

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