Miami Open renews itself, flagging another fundamental step in the path of the future fifth Grande Slam.

The Miami Open, sponsored by Itaú, is one of the most attractive steps of the ATP/WTA tour of the world tennis circuit and it has been since the Butch and Cliff Buchholz brothers in 1980 decided to create a fifth Grande Slam (the others are Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open) to play in spring in Florida: a professional tournament for men and women that offered the same ...

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Anastassiadis Arquitecto da Sãn Paulo a Miami: il gusto dello stile brasiliano.

Patricia Anasassiadis, architetto brasiliano con sede a Sãn Paulo ha aperto il proprio studio a Miami. Laureata alla Mackenzie University di São Paulo del Brasile nel 1993, ha aperto il suo primo studio di architettura in Brasile nel 1994 e da allora i suoi progetti senza tempo con interni sofisticati per stile ed eleganza, calzano alla perfezione il gusto della gente, rendendola un architetto apprezzato e ricercato che ha realizzato ...

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Valerie Steele enchants the audience with Paris, Capital of Fashion

Considered one of the most brilliant women in the fashion world by the Washington Post, which is echoed by the journalist and fashion writer, Suzy Menkes who calls her the fashion freud, Valerie Steele has cheered the audience at The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum with Paris Capital of Fashion: an examination of the cultural significance of the concept of French fashion par excellence, dominated by the names of ...

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The concept of museum according to Ian Berry: College museums as a fertile space for creating new interdisciplinary connections in which each individual is free to enjoy at any time, like in a library.

The appointment of Talks from tonight is signed Locust Projects and Oolite Arts, the new name of Art Center South Florida, from the name of the sedimentary rock that composes the ground of Miami and that in 2022 will open its doors in a new, more capacious space. Tonight's guest: Ian Berry. Assistant to Ellsworth Kelly who taught him to look at nature around him, Ian Berry expressed very clear ...

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The art of Sug O’Shen and the water of the Everglades in favor of the Everglades Foundation.

According to Sug O'Shen, each of us has his own way of staying in touch with a place where she has had an important experience, and it is starting from this principle that Sug O'Shen has thought of water as an evocative means through which to compose canvases. Born in Jersey Shore in Red Bank, NJ, a lover of art, the sea and travel, Sug O'Shen is part of Global ...

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The Miami Film Festival offers two must-see documentary films for art lovers and professionals.

Sunday, March 10th ended with the three days dedicated to fashion, the Miami Film Festival held in collaboration between Miami Dade College and the Miami Design District. Now in its 36th edition, the festival, founded by the non-profit Film Society of Miami, Inc., has expanded its official offices branching out to different locations along the arteries of the big city: Silverspot Miami, Olympia Theater, MDC's Tower Theater Miami, OR 'Miami Beach ...

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The mobile architecture of Yona Friedman at Paradise Plaza.

Miami has the honor of hosting for the first time in America, the installation designed by the Franco-Hungarian architect Yona Friedman: Space-chain Phantasy-Miami 2019, curated by Alexandra Cunningham Cameron and Gean Moreno, in collaboration with ICA Miami. Inspired by the fundamental concepts of the architect and of his intense, almost conflicting relationship between the utopian dimension of architecture and its realization, the work consists of a frame structured by circles and ...

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The Purple Poem for Miami, and the artistic manifesto of feminism according to Judy Chicago.

Honor to the merit of an artist who has been able to educate the public on women's art, setting it in history with the respect it deserves. A Purple Poem for Miami was much more than the smoke and fireworks that Judy Chicago gave the city of Miami with her smoke-performance, among her most famous works. The work, organized by the ICA and sponsored by Max Mara crowns Judy Chicago ...

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The love of nature of James Proseck arrives at the Lowe Art Museum in Coral Gables, Miami.

The exhibition by James Proseck, Contra Naturam at the Lowe Art Museum in Coral Gables, Miami, is inspired by the 1700s-1800s naturalists. Artist, writer and naturalist who graduated from Yale, his passion for studying, observing and representing animal species above all, but not only, originates when he is still a boy. Over time he deepens his passions by studying the skills that lead him to graduation. He is only nineteen ...

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Miami Photo Fest at The Moore Building celebrates photographic images in all its forms.

https://youtu.be/YgRbx55dwNI . Opens the first edition of the Miami Photo Fest, the annual festival of photography hosted in the Moore Building, among the elastic walls of Zaha Hadid, confirming the fact that the Design District has become an artistic area of ​​excellence in the varied panorama of Miami, between fairs , museums, galleries and luxury shopping. The Miami Photo Fest, organized by Fuji Film, MIA (Miami International Airport) and Design District is spread ...

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