Immersive and conceptual art between the use of non-conveying natural materials and no-see-ums: The Pérez Art Museum in Miami celebrates a mid-career retrospective of artist Teresita Fernández, on show from October 17th to February 9th, 2020.

“I start by asking myself this very simple question: Where I’m? Historically, economically, socially,  racially, historically, economically, socially, geographically, visually, emotionally and physically?” A demanding question to which Teresita Fernández has clearly responded with her concept of art, succeeding in becoming the first Latin American figure to be named a member of the - centenary - US Commission of Fine Arts, a federal panel which advises the President and Congress on ...

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The ICA Miami honors Yayoi Kusama with the installation of an Infinity Room: All the Eternal Love I have for the Pumpkins, on display until January 31st 2020.

While a new Infinity Room is expected at the David Zwirner Gallery in New York for which 100,000 visitors are expected, the ICA Miami, thanks to the support of Inigo Philbrick Gallery, has opened its doors to the installation Yayoi Kusama: All the Eternal Love I have for the Pumpkins. The installation that is part of the Infinity Mirror Rooms series, is a branded creation of the famous artist: an ...

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The LOWE Art Museum of Coral Gables pays tribute to the eclectic genius of Leonardo da Vinci on the 500th anniversary of his death.

Scientist, inventor, artist and humanist, the genius of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) was also celebrated by the LOWE Art Museum of Coral Gables which wanted to remember the five hundredth anniversary of the death of the genius with a special event in collaboration with the Department of Physics and the FROST School of Music of the University of Miami (UM). While Italy and France are discussing the loans of works of ...

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Between the Legible and the Opaque: approach to an ideal put into practice, 19 artists performing at the Bakehouse Art Complex until 20 January 2020.

Between the legible and the opaque: Approches to an ideal in Place, this is the title of the exhibition opened at the Bakehouse Art Complex (BAC) and curated by Adler Guerrier, inaugurated Saturday October 11th (and on display until March 31st 2020) in the presence, among others, of the Director Cathy Leff. There are so many ways to interpret the legible and the opaque: it could be the medium used to ...

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PULSE Art Fair celebrates 15 years of presence at the Miami Art Week with the theme The Calm on the Palms, from December 5th to 8th 2019.

A theme to be savored is that of the PULSE Art Fair, which opted for calm on the palms for its 15th anniversary at the 2019 edition. The calm-PULSE association sounds like an oxymoron and to talk about it is Cristina Salmastrelli, nominated in 2016 US Managing Director of Ramsey Fairs (company at the head of numerous fairs including the PULSE) and reconfirmed in style this year in the organization ...

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Under the banner of black and white: The Directed Art Modern Gallery in Miami inaugurates Μονόχρωμος (Monokhromos).

The Directed Art Modern (D.A.M) presented Μονόχρωμος (Monokhromos) the collective exhibition of B.L. Jesseph, Rob Anderson and Franck de las Mercedes. The monokhromos title refers to the fact that to highlight the universal messages contained in their works, the artists have chosen to create works in black, white (and their nuances) without using other colors that would inevitably have denatured the main element of the works: the contents. The result is ...

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Smog-One between B-Boy, labeling in 3D and crew: when art makes its way.

Smog-One. His name refers to the image of the dense mist that can be seen at sunset in the Parisian suburbs. When people go to bed, and graffiti artists, in many places illegal to this day, go down the streets to "bomb the walls”, as they used to say in slang, when graffiti art was still considered an expression of revolt against the system. Completely denatured by the artistic value that ...

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David Rohn’s characters between literature, theatricality and empathy.

If in archaic art the expression of the face ranged between obvious severity and detached smile, for David Rohn it represents the creative essence with which to interpret social roles full of empathy. Born in New Jersey to a largely Catholic family, David Rohn inherited his passion for art from his uncle, who, suffering from poliomyelitis at the age of 20, had the remaining years and money, invested in the Arts, ...

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Terre Rybovich: the power of imprinting through the multi-track range of her body.

There are different ways in which to verge the art, that of Terre Rybovich is undoubtedly one of those more authentic because it consists of a multi-track range of body movements. Her body. For Terre Rybovich, from West Palm Beach, passion and creativity are characteristics that flow in the family's genetic imprinting. The famous Tommy Rybovich, her father, was the man who in the 40s created the first luxury sport fishing ...

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The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum celebrates contemporary Abstractionism and Artistic Books.

Abstractions and artist books are the themes with which Amy Galpin, Curator of the Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum, celebrated the opening of two exciting art exhibitions: Cut-Abstraction in the United States from 1970s-Present and Spheres of Meaning, an exhibition of Artist's Books, both on display until August 25th 2019. The opening of the exhibitions followed by the conversation between Amy Galpin and two of the artists on display: Carol ...

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