Welcome cocktail: the Fountainhead Residency presents the new artists arrived.

The Fountainhead Residency welcomes the new artists who will engage the residence in June: Marc Thomas Gibson, Didier William, Pat Phillips and Coady Brown. Few works on display offer a distinctive sign of their work. Many people came to welcome the new entries, among them artistic curators, collectors, art lovers and artists, always involved in the warmth of Kathryn and Dan Mikesell. Marc Thomas Gibson, from Philadelphia, explores the representation of ...

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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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The Florida Prize in Contemporary Art 2019 awards Edison Peñafiel, winner of the sixth edition of the competition. Joe Fig won the People Choice Award.

Eyes on the Florida Prize in Contemporary Art, one of the most anticipated annual events of the year, which brings in artists from all over the state of Florida. Now in its sixth edition, the Florida Prize in Contemporary Art is an event organized by the Orlando Museum of Art (OMA) whose purpose is to recognize and reward the artistic abilities of the artists by promoting their continuous research aimed ...

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Modern Luxury Interiors South Florida and Ralph Pucci Miami present the new book by Marjorie Salvaterra HER: Meditations on Being Female.

Wednesday, May 29, 2019, Ralph Pucci's Showroom, with its new chief editor Kara Franker, in collaboration with Modern Luxury Interiors South Florida, hosted a meet and greet in honor of the first book by Marjorie Salvaterra: HER, Meditations on Being Female. Inside the showroom, the photographic works of Marjorie Salvaterra have decorated the walls of the rooms, furnished with polychrome and multi-shaped furniture from India Mahdavi, and from the geometric lights of Richard ...

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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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The transcultural painting by Zhao Gang between East and West.

The Peréz Art Museum in Miami opens its gigantic gates to Zhao Gang: History Painting, on display from May 24th to January 5th 2020. An exceptional exhibition presented by a curator - exceptional guest: Christian Viveros-Fauné. A teacher at Yale and the Pratt Institute, Viveros-Fauné is a highly regarded critic and writer, winner of numerous awards. For the occasion, in collaboration with Jennifer Inacio (Assistant Curator of the PAMM), he curated ...

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Urbanism Summit 2019: Miami, The American City of the Future.

Miami, the American city of the future, hosted Urbanism Summit for the third consecutive year: a multidisciplinary platform that aims to analyze issues of particular environmental and social interest, encouraging and accelerating innovation in building a city founded on the community and on people. It was a non-stop day, conceived by Andrew Quarrie, founder and CEO of Jurnid, with a rich range of speakers coming deliberately from different fields, who ...

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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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