Arriving in Wynwood, Miami, the first museum to be entirely dedicated to the history of graffiti, the “Museum of Graffiti” will open its doors on December 5th.

What other city in the world other than the city of Miami can boast about opening the first museum portraying graffiti as a form of art and to give lesson on its history? And what better opening period if not during the daring Miami Art Week? On December 5th 2019 there will be another important event that is a must see event, in fact it will open in the cradle of ...

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Immersive and conceptual art between the use of non-conveying natural materials and no-see-ums: The Pérez Art Museum in Miami celebrates a mid-career retrospective of artist Teresita Fernández, on show from October 17th to February 9th, 2020.

“I start by asking myself this very simple question: Where I’m? Historically, economically, socially,  racially, historically, economically, socially, geographically, visually, emotionally and physically?” A demanding question to which Teresita Fernández has clearly responded with her concept of art, succeeding in becoming the first Latin American figure to be named a member of the - centenary - US Commission of Fine Arts, a federal panel which advises the President and Congress on ...

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Between the Legible and the Opaque: approach to an ideal put into practice, 19 artists performing at the Bakehouse Art Complex until 20 January 2020.

Between the legible and the opaque: Approches to an ideal in Place, this is the title of the exhibition opened at the Bakehouse Art Complex (BAC) and curated by Adler Guerrier, inaugurated Saturday October 11th (and on display until March 31st 2020) in the presence, among others, of the Director Cathy Leff. There are so many ways to interpret the legible and the opaque: it could be the medium used to ...

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August: time for new residents at the Fountainhead Residency.

A big welcome to the new residents of the Fountainhead Residency: Katrina Coombs (St. Andrew, Jamaica), Sherrill Roland (Raleigh, NC) and Jackson McGrath (New York). It is always emotional to share the mindset and the working methods of the new guests of the Residency, with Kathryn and Dan Mikesell, which have been working on promoting and spreading art for years. Among the occupants of august, for the first time in history, there ...

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The sports and celebratory art of the great legends of sport, music and art of The McTiers exhibited in the ModArt-District of Miami.

For all those people who have missed the Miami Open, there is a chance to see the works (along with many others equally worth it) that Lucy and Jace McTier, The McTiers, exhibited at Hard Rock Stadium for the ModArt Gallery, now visible in the gallery itself, from April 6 to  July 12, 2019. Lucy and Jace McTier, mother and son, are the concrete example of how a relationship can be ...

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Miami Open renews itself, flagging another fundamental step in the path of the future fifth Grande Slam.

The Miami Open, sponsored by Itaú, is one of the most attractive steps of the ATP/WTA tour of the world tennis circuit and it has been since the Butch and Cliff Buchholz brothers in 1980 decided to create a fifth Grande Slam (the others are Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open) to play in spring in Florida: a professional tournament for men and women that offered the same ...

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The Miami Film Festival offers two must-see documentary films for art lovers and professionals.

Sunday, March 10th ended with the three days dedicated to fashion, the Miami Film Festival held in collaboration between Miami Dade College and the Miami Design District. Now in its 36th edition, the festival, founded by the non-profit Film Society of Miami, Inc., has expanded its official offices branching out to different locations along the arteries of the big city: Silverspot Miami, Olympia Theater, MDC's Tower Theater Miami, OR 'Miami Beach ...

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The Purple Poem for Miami, and the artistic manifesto of feminism according to Judy Chicago.

Honor to the merit of an artist who has been able to educate the public on women's art, setting it in history with the respect it deserves. A Purple Poem for Miami was much more than the smoke and fireworks that Judy Chicago gave the city of Miami with her smoke-performance, among her most famous works. The work, organized by the ICA and sponsored by Max Mara crowns Judy Chicago ...

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Miami Photo Fest at The Moore Building celebrates photographic images in all its forms.

https://youtu.be/YgRbx55dwNI . Opens the first edition of the Miami Photo Fest, the annual festival of photography hosted in the Moore Building, among the elastic walls of Zaha Hadid, confirming the fact that the Design District has become an artistic area of ​​excellence in the varied panorama of Miami, between fairs , museums, galleries and luxury shopping. The Miami Photo Fest, organized by Fuji Film, MIA (Miami International Airport) and Design District is spread ...

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Art Wynwood toast at the eighth edition with Ron English in a mix between blue chips and contemporary art.

Art Wynwood returns, at the Art Miami and CONTEXT Art Miami headquarters, on the occasion of President Day’s long-weekend, from February 14th to 18th, consecrating the eighth edition of the show, with attribution, as for the last five years, of the award dedicated to the memory of Tony Goldman, creator of the Wynwood Walls and doors. To do the honors this year, the winner of the Art Wynwood Tony Goldman ...

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