Friday, December 14, 2018

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Reginald O’Neal | Rocking Chair Sessions

Reginald O’Neal was born July 24, 1992 and raised in Overtown, Miami, Florida. He painted his first mural in the summer of 2012 then...

Michelle Weinberg | Rocking Chair Sessions

Michelle Weinberg is a painter who creates art for surfaces, interiors, architecture and public spaces. She received her BFA from School of Visual Arts...

Black in America

What does it mean to be Black in 21st century America? The expression of Blackness in art has a history of intricate connections to...

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Locust Projects Common Field Gentrification debrief

Locust Projects Common Field Gentrification debrief

written by Stephen Malagodi In the Allapattah Metrorail elevator going down to the bus stop, an overweight, stubbly Cuban man in one of those "Jesus...

RACISM OR CLASSICISM? TIS IS THE QUESTION.

text by Melikah Jazz When it comes down to gentrification in the neighborhood, I have noticed that in the Black neighborhood, such as Overtown,...
a conversation with Onajide Shabaka

a conversation with Onajide Shabaka

Onajide Shabaka’s art form is a short journey made by walking in the landscape. The evolution of this may be developed as follows: the...

The Problem with Musing on a Museum

text by Babacar Mbow “Musing on a Museum” by Anne Tschida, published in the Biscayne Times’ June edition offers insight as to a state of...
Rosa Naday Garmendia

a conversation with Rosa Naday Garmendia

Eddie Arroyo We should begin with the obvious question, you’re a Cuban American artist addressing an African American concern. Why did you decide to begin...
Viktor El-saieh

a conversation with Viktor El-saieh

Eddie Arroyo I thought it would be good to begin with the performance at your opening, "Cat’s Head". Having arrived late, I totally missed out...