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Articles

Essays of contemporary art.

Something, Sincerity and the Rock A mixed media installation by Angela Valella

Review by Lina R Projected colorful shapes must make their way through , not over , small plexiglass panes like hurdles easily surmountable. An acrylic...

curators dilemma

written by Eddie Arroyo There’s a bit of a quandary which is still prevalent within curatorial practice. One that was cited by Anton Vidokle's“Art...

Sea Pollution

written by David Rohn Serendipitously , the serious and timely turn up, just to remind us that the pursuit of happiness, through art, boats, investment...

Does Miami actually care about sea-level rise?

Stephen Malagodi response to Nathaniel Sandler's article on sea level rise Fairly good piece, Nathaniel Sandler, but you never answer the question, Does Miami Care. Answer:...

Street Art – the bastard of Vandalism

text by Eddie Arroyo People move shoulder to shoulder along Northwest Second Avenue, yelling, drinking, laughing - music deafening perception. This is the Wynwood Arts...

The Hugo Montoya Brand

written by Eddie Arroyo As an editor, I recently gave some thought as to what it means. Especially how it affects my perspective, experience, context,...

Basel Grazing

written by David Rohn The Art Basel Miami Beach Fair is up, 14th year and counting; as big as ever. One first note: if...

GENESIS

written by David Rohn Contemporary Brazilian Photographer Sebastião Salgado, is the subject of a magnificent show at Dina Mitrani Gallery, Wynwood Arts District, thru January...

how to colonize Miami

text by Eddie Arroyo It has been stated that, “Miami has no culture”.  This is a recent phenomenon.  In full disclosure, I am a Miami...

deconstructing the cube

written by Eddie Arroyo The hammer is heavy yet comforting. Slowly I walk around this damaged concrete cube deciding where to begin, small and large...