Locust Project celebrates 20 years of activity with the 20/20 Project: 20 artists in 20 hours.

Locust Project celebrates 20 years of activity with the 20/20 Project: 20 artists in 20 hours Twenty artists / Twenty works is the title of the exhibition that Locust Project organized to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the association: 20 artists who have never exhibited at Locust Projects will present each of the site-specific works just commissioned in temporary exhibitions lasting an hour. The countdown will start on Friday, September 7th ...

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The Adrienne Arsht Center reopens the art season with the Arts Launch 2018.

The Adrienne Arsht Center officially opened the season of arts and entertainment for the year 2018-19 with the Arts Launch on September 8, 2018, presented by American Airlines with the support of the South Florida BMW group. The event, which opened from 10 am to 5 pm, inaugurated the rich Miami artistic season and the official opening of the box office, offering a taste of what the first and most important ...

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The appointment with Antidote’s Morning Story between Camila Straschnoy and the latest brand on board of the Antidote crew, W.Y.L.D.E.

September 5, just on time for the summer returns dictated by the imperfect European schemes, Antidote reopens the doors of the Morning Story. Guest of the meeting Camila Straschnoy, consumer trends researcher, strategist and fashion journalist for InStyle, Revista Apertura, Trend Watching and ELLE Mexico. Camila has years of study abroad: London, New York, Barcelona, ​​Buenos Aires and Miami, where she currently lives. At the studio she approached work experience ...

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Monday MIxtape: David Rifkind and the concept of art between knowledge and humor according to George Deem.

The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum has begun its Monday Mixtape sessions for the 2018-2019 season: a monthly meeting in which works of art are selected and discussed with a dominant theme of interest, either architectural or social, discussed by specialized university teachers. Starting the symphony was Dr. David Rifkind. Associate professor of architecture at the FIU and professional architect, Rifkind graduated from the History and Architectural Theory program at ...

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The best invitation of the year…only Apple addicted!!!

As announced to the press and VIPs guests, just like a year ago, Apple's keynote is set for September 12th. "Let's meet at our place" reports the invitation, referring to the fact that this year the keynote will be held in the futuristic auditorium Steve Jobs Theater: inaugurated a year ago at the September keynote, the innovative auditorium is built underground , in the corner of the Cupertino Apple Park campus, ...

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Jose Luis Garcia, photography as visual and emotional poetry.

Louis Hippolite Bayard was the first photographer to talk about a photographic exhibition in Paris in 1839, exposing 30 positive images on paper. Since then photography has taken giant steps, to the point that in recent years the quotations of international masters, as well as those of emerging artists, have skyrocketed. Photographic works are exhibited in the most important museums and in the largest art exhibitions in the world and ...

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The Moore Building and the To Live and Dine 2018.

In the heart of the Miami Design District, the Moore Building is a historic building built in 1921 as a space for the lobby of the Moore and Sons furniture showroom, which was joined in 2005 by the extraordinary work of the architect, winner of the Pritzker Prize in 2004, Zaha Hadid,: Elastika. The work was commissioned by Craig Robins, CEO of Darka, co-creator and co-founder of the Design District of ...

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The chain reaction and the disruptive colors of Anthony Hernandez

Early talent, Anthony Hernandez recalls with lightness and serenity the years spent in Havana during the far from easy regime of Fidel Castro: where, since the age of 6 he was drawing on the ground, when with a "scooter", as he calls it, made of some wooden planks and two wheels recovered somewhere, he wandered between the Malecón and Havana Vieja. Going for a walk with his mother for museums, ...

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The Chicago Cloud Gate, the navel of the Anish Kapoor world.

The Cloud Gate is the emblem of Chicago. The work of the English artist of Indian origins Anish Kapoor is placed at the center of the Millenium Plaza in the midst of other remarkable architectural works. The Cloud Gate is familiarly called the bean by the inhabitants of Chicago because of its appearance. Actually Anish Kapoor conceived the architectural work inspired by the fall of a mercury drop, its fractionation ...

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The Miami Beach Convention Center is waiting to be completed after 3 years of work while waiting for Art Basel.

After a 3-year restoration work for a total cost of 620 million dollars, the Miami Beach Convention Center has redone its look and is ready to host fairs, meetings and exhibitions. Although the internal work is not yet completed, it probably will be as soon  as at the end of October, but certainly by December 6, official opening date of the prestigious Art Basel, with which the city has renewed ...

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