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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Donald Judd’s paintings restored by Art Care Conservation at the ICA in Miami

The sinuous lines and the colors of Donald Judd break into the ICA, Institute of Contemporary Art, of Miami in a new guise, after the important restoration that allowed the display to the public  of 14 rare paintings in absolute first vision, which are to be added, in the work Untitled, 6 July 1964 in light cadmium, galvanized iron and red enamel, on display for a limited period,. The intervention ...

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Headless Chickens on Miami Rooftops

Since April, 3 headless chickens have been placed on 3 building roofs in Miami, precisely in Downtown, on the roof of the building on the corner of All Day at 1035 N of Miami Avenue and the Corner Bar; in the Design District at 3852 N Miami Avenue and MIMO at 5555 Biscayne Boulevard (it can be well seen from the Andiamo pizzeria). Headless chickens are real 4 feet tall (one ...

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Who Made My Clothes? Miami Celebrates the Fashion Revolution

Following the presence of cracks in the Rana Plaza building, home to a bank and numerous shops located on the first floors of the building, operators were advised not to return the following day. This information was deliberately revisited by the owners of the textile factories in regards to the workers of the upper floors, who kept returning to work every next day, unaware of what was about to happen. Several ...

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The art of Marielle Plaisir between status, sociology, mythology and Les Barbares

Colonialism, status, sociology and mythology: the ideas, the inspirations of Marielle Plaisir. French-Caribbean artist who was born and lived in Normandy until the age of 16, which origins from Guadalupe (her father) and French (mother). Back on the island of Guadeloupe, in the French department of overseas she had begun to known and realize the experience of colonialism lived by her predecessors. Back in France she attended the National School ...

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From rackety Disneyland to the wonders of Louis Comfort Tiffany at the Morse Museum of American Art

Just steps away from the chaotic parks of Orlando, in Winter Park, there’s the Charles Hosmer House, better known as Morse Museum of American Art, the greatest collection of objects, works and paintings by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Son of Charles Louis Tiffany, famous founder of the homonymous jewelry on 5th Avenue, New York today known as Tiffany & Co., Louis Comfort Tiffany was the first creative director of the maison. Nevertheless ...

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