The Rubell family inaugurates the Museum Contemporary Arts Foundation: when art is handed down from generation to generation.

A walk with the great Rubell family within the walls of the new, beautiful, exhibition venue of the family collection that officially opened its doors to the public (free throughout the week of Miami Art Week), on December 4th.  The Rubell Museum Contemporary Arts Foundation, has changed its name from the Rubell Family Collection, to the Rubell Museum Contemporary Arts Foundation, to avoid, as Mira Rubell pointed out, that the old ...

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The City of Miami Celebrates Miami Art Week with the Order of Importance, by Leandro Erlich.

The city of Miami celebrates Miami Art Week with the monumental site-specific installation of the Order of Importance by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich.  The temporary installation, entirely in sand, represents Miami Beach traffic in the 21st century: 66 full-size vehicles, including cars and trucks, queuing at an imaginary stand. The work will remain on the run until 15 December.  An installation wanted by the city of Miami Beach, which has always ...

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Vademecum for Miami Art Week 2019

Miami Art Week is Miami's craziest week. It presses like a whirlwind with fairs, exhibitions and scattered installations that begin with preparations, installations and press releases months before the official opening, which takes place during the first week of December and involves international fairs (first of all by order of importance and numbers, Art Basel), museums, galleries, private collections, complexes and art studios, which attract to themselves thousands of people ...

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10-year-old Wynwood Walls in the passing of the baton from father to daughter

The city of Miami knows how to reinvent itself and while its neighborhoods are undaunted cranes, pneumatic hammers and the characteristic BOB's Barricades, some attractions remain true to themselves while periodically renewing themselves: the Wynwood Walls is an example of it. The Wynwood neighborhood was founded on the brainchild of the visionary Tony Goldman of Goldman Properties, real estate developer and art enthusiast, who understands the potential of the neighborhood and ...

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Stefano Ogliari Badessi at DAM Miami: The journey between dream and real is done by bike.

It is a journey between the dreamlike and the real that made by Stefano Ogliari Badessi who exhibits, exclusively for the DAM -The Directed Art Modern- in Miami, his first solo in America A Tribe from Wonderland. The exhibition is, with some novelties, a mix of works from different exhibitions held around the world: A tribe from Wonderland, which had an extraordinary success in Crema, Italy, his homeland, in September ...

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Face to FACE: Where Art Dreams Come True.

FACE (The Figurative Art Convention & Expo) has seen many faces this year coming from as many as 34 countries among which the United States and Canada.  This year debuted in the colors of blue and light blue with the beautiful Greek face that inhabits the A in the logo, adoring the colonial history of the city that hosted it. FACE is "A dream come true", as Fine Art Connoisseur ...

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Rythmical Brushtrokes: Figurative Art Movement in Florida.

A great evening organized by MIFA - Miami International Fine Arts - to celebrate the opening of the exhibition: Rhythmic Brush, the figurative artistic movement in Florida, on display until January 25th, 2020. The MIFA exhibition, is the celebration of contemporary realism in all its artistic forms from portrait to still-life, from still life to landscape, from sculpture to ceramics to photography, which highlight a multiplicity of applied artistic techniques: charcoal, ...

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The Magic of Cuban Art at The Miracle Teather by Coral Gables.

The Magic of Cuban Art was held at the Coral Gables Magazine's art symposium at The Actor's Playhouse at The Miracle Theatre, the historic Art Deco theatre in downtown Coral Gables.  Coral Gables proves to be the center of Latin, Cuban art in particular just like Cuban art shares a love for beauty. Three major authorities in the Cuban art world were interspersed with this event: Ramon Cernuda, owner of the ...

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And the last of his pieces is… The First Supper: Romero Britto honors the genius of Da Vinci on the 500th year anniversary of his death.

Romero Britto reveals his last piece, The First Supper, in occasion of the event held in his gallery on Lincoln Road.  Inspired by his trip to Italy last year, as a guest to Domenico Dolce, Stefano Gabbana and Guilherme Siqueira, Britto was able to see one of the world’s most famous pieces by DaVinci: The Last Supper, also known as Cenacolo Vinciano. The Last Supper is a wall painting that measures 640cm ...

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Lucia Del Sanchez: art between reflection, spirituality and the continuous search for meaning.

"You know my dad and his story, and I'm part of that story”, Lucia Del Sanchez tells me, because if art is a genetic issue, so is Lucia Del Sanchez's blood. Lucia is the daughter of Oliver and Min Sanchez, founders of the iconic Swampspace, where Lucia grew up, sharing not only her passion for art but also relationships and friendships in a very diverse environment and always open to everything: ...

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