Miami Art Week 2022 offers a feast for the senses. Get ready for our best art adventure with our guide.
Norwegian artist Jana Winderen records sounds below the surface of our blue planet to compose a site-specific sensory environment for the Collins Park Rotunda in Miami Beach. In The Art of Listening: Under Water, Miami’s waterways, the Barents Sea and the Tropical Oceans come together within the spherical space, to immerse you in an acoustic collage.
Here we go! Our TOP 20 LIST for Miami Art Week 2019 begins with episodes to whet your appetite for this December’s feast of international…
Our experts guide to Miami Art Week 2019, prepares you for the intense burst of local and international art that will transfigure the cultural landscape.
Miami-based Korean American visual artist CYJO takes us to discover exceptional work in the photographic medium at the Art Basel Miami Beach art fair and introduces her own practice of exploring the complexities of identity, beauty and belonging through photography, video and text.
Conceptual artist Charles Gaines talks about how he has addressed politics and race since the 1970s, through philosophy, abstraction and mathematics. In August 2019, Gaines receives the prestigious 60th Annual Edward MacDowell Medal.
Miami Art Week—one of the rare moments that we intersect with the art market, is a chance to consider the role of collecting in our cultural eco-system. Take a look at these views of art and performance that came to Miami
Artist Joyce J. Scott is a legend—among the first to reposition craft as social commentary. In 2016, a MacArthur Genius award recognized her vital creative…
Before you begin your parcours of Miami’s ever-expanding Art Week, we invite you to consult our curated guide to singular experiences—from pop ups to performances,…
During Miami Art Week 2018, individuals and collectives passionate about public art and performance, film, video, music and social engagement will animate an upscale development on the beach, a luxury mall in Miami’s business district, the former Gold Dust Motel on Biscayne Boulevard, and an Asian bodega, an abandoned mall and a by-gone department store Downtown.