Fountainhead, with the support of the Knight Foundation, presents Artists Open: face to face in the contemporary artistic geography of Miami.

When art calls Miami Niche responds: Fountainhead presented, for the first time in the lively artistic landscape of Miami, the great Artists Open event, which simultaneously involved the largest art complexes and districts of the Magic City in Miami-Dade County and surroundings. A privileged, welcoming and socially creative experience in the contemporary artistic geography of Miami: studies in collectives and private studios (some of which are usually not open to ...

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Inauguration of the exhibition and the book The Art of Sherlock Holmes: painting becomes universal, bringing together techniques and styles in the name of a great character.

The beautiful Ann Norton Sculpture Garden of West Palm Beach was the location of the event that combined the release of the book with the exhibition The Art of Sherlock Holmes, curated by Phil Growick and on display from May 10th to June 3rd, 2019. Phil Growick is an acclaimed story writer based in West Palm Beach. He has written several books including two stories, sequel to the adventures of Sherlock ...

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The polymaterial master Frank Hyder: between modernization of art and social message: from engravings to The Janis Project.


Entering the multi-faceted Frank Hyder’s studio is truly an exciting sensation, a riot of colors that furnish the spaces in which there are paintings, sculptures, inflatables and engravings,  a full immersion in his works. Frank Hyder is a long-standing artist who has succeeded in combining love for art by joining two different artistic perspectives: that of the artist with whom he elaborates his social message and that of the artist, founding, ...

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Rocking Chairs # 76-100, from grandmother’s stories to podcast sessions: the art that becomes art with BABA Collective at the Swampspace Gallery.

When you think of a rocking chair, images of grandparents and parents who tell stories passed down from generation to generation as they accompany their children to bedtime, immediately spring to mind. The podcast series, created by BABA Collective and now in their third edition, symbolically refer to the concept of rocking chair as a concept of spontaneous narration of authentic stories, told by artists, gallery owners, museum art curators ...

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Risk: the students of the FIU Master in Fine Arts exhibit at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum in Miami.

Risk is the theme of the FIU Master of Fine Arts student exhibition for the year 2019. According to the canonical definition, risk is the potential that an action or activity chosen can lead to a loss or an event undesirable, affecting the result. Not acting is part of the risk. Displaying your works is part of the risk. Letting people observe the subjectivation of art is a big risk ...

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Design for Good: Posterfest 2019, the poster as a means of HIV / AIDS education.

On April 27th, on the occasion of World Graphic Design Day, The Wolfsonian-FIU museum of Miami Beach in collaboration with the AIGA and the Florida Department of Health of the Miami-Dade county, organized Posterfest: Design for Good 2019. Design for Good is an initiative launched in 2018 that puts the spotlight on problems that are most dear to the city of Miami and more generally to South Florida: in 2018 the ...

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Fine Art Auctions Miami sold the street artist KAÏ’s work for $80,000, a world record.

FAAM, acronym for Fine Art Auctions in Miami, held an important auction of paintings and sculptures, mainly American and South American, with some European works on Tuesday April 23. Founded in 2011, Fine Art Auctions in Miami is among the most important auction houses in Florida and boasts its presence also in New York and Paris. The team is made up of highly qualified experts who strive to offer their customers ...

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The Fountainhead Residency: when national and international art are shared sitting at a table, the one at home.

Among the artistic options that the city of Miami can boast, there is also the possibility of joining the Fountainhead Residency, a 1950s residence, a place to inspire and be inspired, completely immersed in nature, bathed in natural light that enters from the windows and perfectly inserted in the local community of which it is a part. Founded in 2008, the Fountainhead Residency is a non-profit company supported by the ...

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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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