Beatriz González charms the public at the opening of her retrospective at the Pérez Art Museum in Miami, the subjectivation of art between political irony and social denunciation.

The PAMM inaugurated the first major retrospective of the Colombian artist Beatriz González: 150 works composed from 1960 to the present on display from April 18th to September 1st. A great artistic exhibition that sees the Pérez Art Museum of Miami as protagonist, engaged for forty-eight years (and known before 2013 as MAM: Miami Art Museum) in promoting Latin American art and architecture, reflecting the diverse communities that make it ...

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Tina La Porta between self-medication and destigmatization of the disease.

That art is a powerful medium through which to analyze society is well known, but art can also be a valid means of de-stigmatizing mental illnesses by breaking down prejudices and stereotypes. This is the case of the artist Tina La Porta, told in person during the Art Roundtable meeting at the NSU Art Museum in Fort Lauderdale. Tina La Porta, is a resident of Miami, and was born in Chicago ...

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The irreverent Sheila Hicks in a discussion panel with the architects of Johnston Marklee, at The Bass Museum of Art.

Sold out the appointment of the Cultur Curator at The Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach which saw the dialogue between artist Sheila Hicks, author of the exhibition "Campo Abierto", visible at the museum, and the founders of the architectural firm, Johnston Marklee in Los Angeles. An eight-eyed encounter during which the inevitable Tom Healy emphasized the similarities and not, between the world of art and architecture. Sheila Hicks, an ...

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In the company of artist Lynne Golob Gelfman, a conversation with Barry Schwabsky, at the Pérez Art Museum in Miami

The art critic Barry Schwabsky, a teacher at Yale University, exclusively interviewed, for a limited number of participants only, the artist Lynne Golob Gelfman and did it, not in a sterile auditorium but physically moving along the pieces in company of the artist who set up a one-man show at the Pérez Art Museum in Miami, Grids: A Selection of Paintings by Lynne Golob Gelfman, on show from September 15th ...

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The magic of textile art by Sheila Hicks at The Bass Museum in Miami Beach.

The Bass Museum of Contemporary Art in Miami Beach opens the exhibition of Sheila Hicks, Campo Abierto (Open Field) from April 13th to September 29th. The exhibition is inspired by the reconfiguration of Escalade Beyond Chromatic Lands (2016-2017), the vast installation produced by the artist for the Arsenal at the Venice Biennale in 2017, through which her works have combined with architecture to merge physically in the old walls of the ...

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The Tea and Art History of the Fort Museum of Fort Lauderdale dedicated to CoBrA art.

The NSU Museum of Modern Art in Fort Lauderdale celebrated the largest collection of CoBra Art in America at the Tea & Art History meeting, making it the only center for the CoBrA exhibition and art studio. on the national territory. The collection, which consists of over 1700 works, was donated in 1978 by the spouses Golda and Meyer Marks, avid collectors of CoBra works, who decided to benefit entirely from ...

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The sports and celebratory art of the great legends of sport, music and art of The McTiers exhibited in the ModArt-District of Miami.

For all those people who have missed the Miami Open, there is a chance to see the works (along with many others equally worth it) that Lucy and Jace McTier, The McTiers, exhibited at Hard Rock Stadium for the ModArt Gallery, now visible in the gallery itself, from April 6 to  July 12, 2019. Lucy and Jace McTier, mother and son, are the concrete example of how a relationship can be ...

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Swamspace resets the scientific terms with the AUTOCHTHONOUS-Toward a New Indigene exhibition.

The Miami Swampspace inaugurates the new AUTOCHTHONOUS-Toward a New Indigene exhibition, on display until April 19, 2019 in the Design District: a hymn to the indigenous tribes, holders of authentic spiritual knowledge, through which the ancestral aspects of character are revealed human in symbiosis with nature. The AUTOCHTHONOUS-Toward a New Indigene exhibition was born with the intention of celebrating the birth of a new species, undermined by scientific terms, in a ...

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The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum-FIU and the Wolfsonian of Miami Beach participate in the Slow Art Day initiative.

Slow Art Day is a global artistic event that aims to encourage people to discover for themselves the joy of looking and loving art. In consideration of the fact that it has been scientifically proven that the average time spent in front of a work of art is about 27 seconds it is clear that quality is the component that counts, not quantity. The initiative starts from Phil Terry in 2008 ...

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Patricia Anastassiadis signs the Artefacto collections, inspired by Brazilian nature.

Founded as a continuation of the dialogue started in the spring of 2018, the furniture collection by Patricia Anestassidis, architect of the eponymous studio and creative director for Artefacto, is inspired by the nature of her homeland, Brazil. Proposed this week in São Paulo and available in Miami showrooms, the collection consists of three lines that take their name from the composition, shape and manufacture that characterizes them. Terracotta, is ...

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