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ASK THE ART LAWYER. Eviction. The Risks and Rights of the Parties When a Gallery is Evicted
ASK THE ART LAWYER. Eviction. The Risks and Rights of the Parties When a Gallery is Evicted

By Octavio Robles, AIA, Esq.

We have all heard of instances where someone gets evicted from their dwelling. Evictions [...]

Frank Stella: Experiment and Change
Frank Stella: Experiment and Change

By Denise Colson
On November 12, NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale opens an exhibition that spans Frank Stella’s 60-year [...]

Towards Impressionism: Landscape Painting from Corot to Monet
Towards Impressionism: Landscape Painting from Corot to Monet

By Suzanne Cohen
The Cornell Fine Arts Museum will open 2018 with a show that includes a selection of [...]

Perfect Stranger
Perfect Stranger

By Ashley Knight
The first career survey of the work of Miami-based artist Dara Friedman will open on November [...]

Artists in Purgatory: Cuban Artists in the Reynardus Collection
Artists in Purgatory: Cuban Artists in the Reynardus Collection

By Aldo Menéndez
This is one of those special occasions in which two collectors of Cuban art who live [...]

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MOCA Jacksonville Reinterprets its Collection

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville presents “Call & Response,” an exhibition that establishes a dialogue between [...]

Mernet Larsen in Tampa

The Tampa Museum of Art opens on October 11 a survey of paintings and works on paper by [...]

The Boca Raton Museum of Art Exhibits Alex Katz’s Small Paintings

For more than 60 years, Alex Katz has produced small paintings. These preparatory sketches, while autonomous in their [...]