Counterpublic is listening to the city of St. Louis. In 2023, the young art triennial responds—with creative interventions that engage public memory.
Miami Art Week 2022 offers a feast for the senses. Get ready for our best art adventure with our guide.
“This Persian Garden Project will be providing visitors with a private, yet public environment in which to engage important social and cultural issues by gathering…
Modern Portrait of Black America – In her portrait of Black Florida, Trinidad-born photographer Johanne Rahaman demonstrates her belief in racial equality and hope for…
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…
Miami’s Commuter Biennial aspires to draw our gaze from the center to the fringe—suggesting that art belongs to everyone, everywhere, in this metropolis.
Today, we take you to Miami Beach, for a conversation with Brooklyn-based artist Ellen Harvey. Selected for a high profile public art commission at the Miami Beach Convention Center, Harvey seized the moment, to create what she calls “a hopelessly romantic call to action.” We sit down with her to talk about the endangered eco-system that informs Atlantis, her shimmering glass wall installation.
Public art meets poetry in the month-long festival known as O, Miami. We sit down with visual artists Najja Moon and Michelle Lisa Polissaint and O, Miami’s managing director Melody Santiago Cummings to talk about their work and introduce site-specific projects that bring poetry to communities.
Sound sculptor Bill Fontana talks about what inspires and informs his public art projects.
Argentine architects Rosario Marquardt and Roberto Behar share their passion for creating emotional monuments.