Friday, October 18, 2019

28 Chinese | The Rubell Family Collection

written by Star Roman With this year’s exhibition “28 Chinese” the Rubell Family Collection, a permanent space for one of Miami's leading art collecting families,...

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,...
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...

Jorge Pantoja | Farside Gallery

written by David Rohn Cuban American artist Jorge Pantoja exhibit at Farside Gallery curated by Ricardo Pau-Llosas represents an expansion on his earlier themes of...

This Is Not Taxidermy

written by Eddie Arroyo This exhibition has been inhabited by these anamorphic creatures where the audicence is left to contemplate the function of each animal....

Soul Manufacturing Corporation

text by Jessie Aufiery “In the same way that people write off clay as useless, nonessential,” Theaster Gates (the Chicago-based artist on the brink of...
Amy Scaife's protest performance Human Cost at the Tate Britain's Duveen gallery

Reset | The Artful Re-Turn To Affective Activism

Text by Richard Haden At dawn, on November 9th 2016, the majority of the nation woke up from the electroshock of a political...

Shimmer

written by Eddie Arroyo Over the years, there has been an influx of contemporary art in Miami. Most of its influence has a California...
Judy Cotton at IRL

Natural Curiosity: An Intimate History

written by David Rohn Check out these scull pantings by Judy Cotton at I R L Institute in Little River. Really straightforward and...

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...