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Sunday, February 25, 2018

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...

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...

Let It Slide

written by Richard Haden Scuffling my way across the sandlot floor, I take another lap through Spinello Projects to get my bearings. Today is Sunday...