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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The Dot Fiftyone Gallery in Miami Riverside celebrates the beauty of Mexican art with Carlos Jorge and Armando Romero.

The River Side Dot Fiftyone Gallery celebrates the beauty of Mexican art and does so with two great contemporary figures, Carlos Jorge and Armando Romero, according to what has been the ideology that distinguishes the gallery founded by Alfredo Guzman and Isaac Perelman since 2003. Using the word gallery intended as an exhibition space for emerging and established artists whose works encourage ideas and dynamic discourse. "Carlos Jorge, a life for ...

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The Miami Yacht Show inaugurates the opening of the new exhibition center in the One Herald Plaza.

If the FLIBS is the showcase where people look, the Miami Yacht Show (MYS) is the market where people buy: a showcase reserved for yachts and superyachts, smaller than the size of the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, but equally precious. This year, from February 14 to 18, the XXXI Miami Yacht Show, sponsored by Porsche, inaugurated the space in the One Herald Plaza, adjacent to the Art Wynwood exhibition tent, ...

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Rita Ackermann opens the ICA Miami 2019 season: Chalkboards Paintings, between construction and destruction.

Great participation for the first meeting of the year of the Speaks series, organized by the ICA of Miami in Paradise Plaza. Guest of honor Rita Ackermann who donated three of her works to the museum. The contemporary artist of Bulgarian origins, class of 1968, after the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest, moved to the New York Studio School in New York, the city where she currently resides. Those by ...

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Afro-future and the rebirth of Overtown through art.

We had already mentioned in pre-Miami Art Week times that in the historic and original area of ​​Overtown (original meant as a sense of origin, roots) in the days of Miami Art Week Afro-future would be inaugurated with a big party open to everyone. And us people of Miami Niche have been part of both the party and the ribbon cutting event that was a big step for Overtown, one ...

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Design Miami, large numbers for a single result: excellent.

Design Miami has become the main venue for collecting, exhibiting and discussing high-quality design works in a mixture of functionality and aesthetics that makes Design Miami an obligatory destination for lovers of the latest model style or the evolution of objects over time, furnishings which are absolutely timeless or revised in a modern key or even for objects of great craftsmanship. The exhibition, which took place for the first time ...

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Welcome to the Jungle: Art Basel opens the Miami Art Week.

After the Miami Art Week, 5 days immersed in the world of art including exhibitions, galleries, parties, special events and performances without physical and material time, to post an image or leave a comment: A total full immersion that despite everything makes it equally difficult to capture Art Basel as a whole even if in speed-date mode. Less than 6 hours to see Art Basel is a schedule that does ...

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The deafening silence of Daniel Sprick’s art in the constant search for the essence of beauty.

I got the opportunity to meet Sprick in the hotel lobby where I asked to have the chance of interviewing him and shortly after I was at his side to admire the unscheduled execution of a plain air work in the central court of the Biltmore Hotel between arches and palms: a silent soul that puts before words the gaze that spaces undisturbed between the landscape and the canvas while ...

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On display at The Wolfsonian-FIU 50 years of history of MITA Textile Design 1926-1976, from November 16th to April 28th.

Exclusive evening for the opening of the MITA Textile Design exhibition 1926-1976, on display from November 16th 2018 to April 28th 2019 at The Wolfsonian-FIU in Miami Beach. The exhibition is organized in collaboration with The Wolfsonian-Palazzo Ducale Foundation for the Culture of Genoa, with the approval of the Consulate General of Italy in Miami and the supervision of the curator Silvia Barisone. The MITA (Italian Manufacture of Artistic Carpets) ...

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The Moore Building and the To Live and Dine 2018.

In the heart of the Miami Design District, the Moore Building is a historic building built in 1921 as a space for the lobby of the Moore and Sons furniture showroom, which was joined in 2005 by the extraordinary work of the architect, winner of the Pritzker Prize in 2004, Zaha Hadid,: Elastika. The work was commissioned by Craig Robins, CEO of Darka, co-creator and co-founder of the Design District of ...

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