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 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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SPECTRUM and RED DOT MIAMI sign the partnership with MANA Wynwood.

For the first time since 2015, the Spectrum and Red Dot Miami return to Wynwood, in the artistic district par excellence. On August 10, Redwood Media Group, national leader for art exhibitions and production of events, media and marketing for the fine arts community, has signed a partnership with Mana Wynwood, "one of the city's most avant-garde organizations in real estate development for creative arts "says Eric Smith, president of ...

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Angela Trotta Thomas’ art, Lionel Trains official painter between plein air and commissioned paintings.

Speaking of the Lionel trains without mentioning Angela Trotta Thomas is a bit like talking about Las Meninias by Velasquez without the auto-representation of the author standing on the left of the work, intent on capturing the moment or, without necessarily wanting to talk about art, is like making a Milanese risotto without the saffron pistils. It's a half-talk, a half-done job because the beauty of the Lionel trains immortalized ...

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What you see is what you see – the Frank Stella mantra – between experiments and changes.

The exhibition of Frank Stella, Experiment and Change, at the NSU Art Museum in Fort Lauderdale, which celebrated the 60th anniversary of its foundation, was completed after the 20-day extension to what was initially established. I think I have visited the exhibition at least twelve times, finding myself thinking of the greatness of this man's knowledge especially in relation to today's improvisation, trying to see with his view (after having studied ...

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Michelle Lisa Polissaint between Art and Social life.

Michelle Lisa Polissaint, visual art and artistic organizer of Haitian-American origins, found in photography the quintessence of her art. A graduate in Fine Arts at Florida International University, she is currently completing a Master of Arts in Museum Studies and Non-Profit Management at Johns Hopkins University. She is responsible for the program and dissemination of the Locust projects, including Talks.Miami and R + D / Mobile Studio. In her previous ...

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Deconstruction: a reordering of life, politics and art.

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum in Miami inaugurated the exhibition "Deconstruction: A reordering of life, politics, and art" on Saturday, July 14th. Twelve local artists who wanted to make a close comparison on art through their works, each with their own style but with the same goal: highlighting the implicit assumptions, hidden prejudices and latent contradictions of the culture and the language that  "we live” not too consciously. ...

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Sondra Perry: Typhoon coming on from Serpentine London to ICA Miami.

Presented at the Serpentine Gallery in London, the work of Sondra Perry, Typhoon coming on disembarks for the first time in America at the ICA - Museum of Contemporary Art - in Miami where it will remain staged until  November 04, 2018. Sondra Perry is an interdisciplinary artist with a great passion for digital, hardware and metal. Born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, she graduated from Columbia University and won the ...

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Abigail DeVille stories of black holes and rubbish between immigration and gentrification.

"The story that is usually told is the version of the winners. And it's trash! " This is the incipit of the meeting with Abigail DeVille at the ICA in Miami a few nights ago, for her performance as part of IDEA 009. A thirty-seven-year-old native of New York, a highly respected curriculum with studies at the Pratt Institute in New York, the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine, the Fashion ...

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Antidote’s Morning Story greets the summer with Danié Gomez Ortigoza. See you soon.

In June, the Antidote Morning Story cycle was completed, and will resume after the summer. A guest of Sophie Zembra and her team, Danié Gómez Ortigoza was at the last meeting. Danié Gómez Ortigoza, marketing degree, for two years corresponding to Glamor Mexico and Latin America, discovers the pleasure of writing as a means of expression, communication and revolution: as a convinced feminist - despite having three men at home - ...

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