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ASK THE ART LAWYER. Cuba, Its Art, Its Acquisition by Americans and Its Legal Logistics. PART TWO

ASK THE ART LAWYER. Cuba, Its Art, Its Acquisition by Americans and Its Legal Logistics. PART TWO

By Octavio Robles, AIA, Esq.

This is Part Two of a two-part series regarding the legal ramifications and logistics [...]



Beyond Urban Art, Portraits and Pop Culture. An Interview with Alejandro Plaza

Beyond Urban Art, Portraits and Pop Culture. An Interview with Alejandro Plaza

Alejandro Plaza is a Venezuelan-born emerging artist who is presenting his first solo exhibition in Miami at Canale [...]



Every Breath We Drew

Every Breath We Drew

By Suzanne Cohen
The Cornell Fine Arts Museum on Aug. 15 will debut “Every breath we drew,” an exhibition [...]



No Boundaries: Nine Aboriginal Australian Abstract Painters

No Boundaries: Nine Aboriginal Australian Abstract Painters

By Ashley Knight
On Sept. 17, Pérez Art Museum Miami opens a major exhibition of nine contemporary Aboriginal Australian [...]



Trenton Doyle Hancock. What the Bringback Brought

Trenton Doyle Hancock. What the Bringback Brought

By Ashley Knight
Influenced equally by the history of painting and pulp imagery of pop culture, Trenton Doyle Hancock, [...]



ASK THE ART LAWYER. Cuba, Its Art, Its Acquisition by Americans and Its Legal Logistics. PART ONE

ASK THE ART LAWYER. Cuba, Its Art, Its Acquisition by Americans and Its Legal Logistics. PART ONE

By Octavio Robles, AIA, Esq.
I had the pleasure of traveling recently to Cuba for the 12th Havana Biennial [...]



ASK THE ART LAWYER. Can I Come, Can I Stay, Can I Work, and for How Long?

ASK THE ART LAWYER. Can I Come, Can I Stay, Can I Work, and for How Long?

By Octavio Robles, AIA, Esq.
Immigration. Seems like everyone is talking about it these days. Illegal immigration, legal immigration, [...]



Maya Lin: A History of Water

Maya Lin: A History of Water

By Suzanne Cohen
The Orlando Museum of Art is exhibiting until May 10th an exhibition that brings together Maya [...]



Women and Abstraction in America

Women and Abstraction in America

By Suzanne Cohen
Abstraction was one of the major paths American female artists experimented with during the 20th century. [...]



Monet and American Impressionism

Monet and American Impressionism

By Victoria Guerin
“Monet and American Impressionism,” currently on view at Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art in Gainesville, [...]