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Beatriz Milhazes: Jardim Botânico

Beatriz Milhazes: Jardim Botânico

By Suzanne Cohen

On September 19, the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) will unveil “Beatriz Milhazes: Jardim Botânico,” [...]



Formulating a Plot. A Conversation with Adler Guerrier

Formulating a Plot. A Conversation with Adler Guerrier

I met with Haitian-born and Miami-based artist Adler Guerrier at his Dimensions Variable studio in downtown Miami, a [...]



The Opa-Locka Effect

The Opa-Locka Effect

Everyone who drives around Downtown Miami is a witness to the multitude of cranes that populate this area, [...]



“Moon Museum” Exhibit Sheds New Insight on the Rauschenberg Legacy

“Moon Museum” Exhibit Sheds New Insight on the Rauschenberg Legacy

By Tom Hall
On July 20, 1969, the first manned spacecraft landed on the moon. Among the estimated 500 [...]



Making sense of Ben Patterson’s ‘Fluxus in the Swamp’ performance

Making sense of Ben Patterson’s ‘Fluxus in the Swamp’ performance

By Tom Hall
To the Fluxus newbie, what transpired in the Rush Auditorium at Florida Southwestern State College last [...]



Lim Dong-Lak: Meditations on Time, Space and Light

Lim Dong-Lak: Meditations on Time, Space and Light

By Heike Dempster

“I sculpt light and space. My working world is the commitment of my soul and [...]



The Mysterious Stories behind Five Forgers

The Mysterious Stories behind Five Forgers

By Ashley Knight
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota is exhibiting “Intent to Deceive: Fakes [...]



The Baker Museum Changes Naples’ Cultural Scene. An Interview with Frank Verpoorten

The Baker Museum Changes Naples’ Cultural Scene. An Interview with Frank Verpoorten

Last year, The Baker Museum began a campaign to reinforce its position as a booster of the visual [...]



Shaun Thurston: Crystalized Movements

Shaun Thurston: Crystalized Movements

The career of muralist Shaun Thurston continues to rise with his colossal crystal-themed installation at Museum of Contemporary [...]



JEMA 10 Years Retrospective

JEMA 10 Years Retrospective

By Tom Hall
On May 9, a 10-year JEMA retrospective opens at the Bob Rauschenberg Gallery. JEMA is an [...]