The underground kosher culture of Steve Marcus at the Jewish Museum in Miami Beach: between tradition and break with patterns.

Sophisticated artist, outsider and rebel Steve Marcus, artist from the Lower East Side of New York, interpreted for the Jewish Museum of Florida, in Miami Beach, the underground folklore in kosher version with the illustrations of Through the Hat: the work of the famous novelist Norman Mailer , composed in 1964. Steve Marcus frequently hangs out in Miami, a city where he works and promotes his art. The exhibition, exceptionally extended ...

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The Wolfsonian-FIU celebrates the Cuban modernism of Conrado Walter Massaguer.


In celebration of the summer, almost here, the Wolfsonian-FIU of Miami Beach presented, The New Tropicana (in collaboration with The New Tropic), a party based on Cuban music, dances and flavors. The occasion was organized to celebrate the opening of the exhibition Cuban Caricature and Culture: The Art of Massaguer composed of works from the Wolfsonian collection to which the works donated by Vicki Gold Levi were added, historian, photo ...

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Eyes on PAMM: Christine Binswanger, between architecture and history of the Peréz Art Museum in Miami.

A return after many years, the architect Christine Binswanger at the Peréz Art Museum in Miami, on the occasion of the Scholl Lecture Series to celebrate the institution's 35th anniversary. Christine Binswanger has been a senior partner of the Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron since 2009, and has overseen the design and construction of the current PAMM headquarters, presented in 2013. Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron founded the ...

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Elechi Todd, Terence Musekiwa and Narsiso Martinez, residents of the Fountainhead in May: when art shares the differences.


The Fountainhead Residency greeted the resident artists of the month of May: Elechi Todd from Trinidad and Tobago, Terence Musekiwa from Zimbabwe and Narsiso Martinez from Los Angeles. Three artists with different artistic techniques and different artistic backgrouds: Elechi, son of a Montessori teacher who unquestionably taught him rigor and discipline (it is also noted in the organization of the material presented to visiting guests), he followed his artistic passion proceeding ...

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Lisyanet Rodriguez Damas, the representation of the different.

The name Lisyanet in itself is quite unusual, even more so when associated with the story of an error her father made to the registry office that registered Lisyanet instead of Lis Yanet, as was the wish of the Mom. A peculiarity that fits perfectly with the artist: long blond hair on a slender body, from which comes out artworks of extraordinary visual and technical impact, embroidered (also in the ...

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Application for the Judy Chicago Art Education Award established by the Through the Flower organization.

Judy Chicago, the avant-garde feminist artist, named by TIME in 2018 as one of the most influential people in the world and whose exhibition is on display at the ICA in Miami until April 21st 2019, invites interested artists to make the application for 2019 for the Judy Chicago Art Education Award established by Through the Flower. Trough the Flower is a feminist, non-profit artistic organization, founded by the artist and aiming ...

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