From the City of Miami Beach - Beautiful images of Miami Beach are no stranger to publications and video screens worldwide. On September 1, 2012, the public is invited to showcase their favorite Miami Beach photos by participating in the Like2Love Miami Beach Photo Contest. The contest kicks off Miami Beach’s new civic pride campaign, Like2Love Miami Beach, which aims at highlighting everything that makes the island-city a great place to live, work and play. From the beach at Ocean Drive to the stores on Lincoln Road Mall, all photos are welcome. Continue Reading »
This year’s edition of Art Basel Miami Beach rolls around December 1-4, 2011 and the local art community is already buzzing with anticipation of a banner year thanks to a rumored increase in cutting edge “Art Public” installations.
(Jenna whipped-up the opening poster for you a few minutes ago to show her unbounded excitement over ABMB) Continue Reading »
Say what you will about the party animals that submit postings in this blog, but they sure do know a good time when they see one coming. Now, they apparently have their sights set on Miami Beach Cinematheque’s unveiling / 2011 Oscar celebration at (of all places) City Hall in South Beach. Continue Reading »
Quick note from Segafredo’s via iPhone… The dedication ceremony for Miami Beach’s SoundScape (I assume the outdoor video screen section) is happening Tuesday, January 25 behind the New World Symphony/Lincoln Theater north of Lincoln Road. Continue Reading »
There’s a new 10,000 square foot live performance venue opening up in Miami’s Design District next month called The Stage that sounds very promising. It is billed as a place “for aspiring and established musicians, artists and entertainers to showcase their talents.” Continue Reading »
Willard Wigan – The enchanting world of Willard Wigan makes its debut in Miami for Art Basel with 58 pieces–most formed in the eye of a needle, visible only by high-powered microscopes in custom cases. Highly anticipated pieces include Little Miss Muffet, Cameron Diaz Continue Reading »
The first exhibition of the fall 2010 season brings to Artformz the works of three new artists. Maxine Spector, Sara Rytteke, and Rossella Ramanzini each use the figure as central to their creative practice, but in different ways and with decidedly different motives. These three artists present us with imagery representaional of concerns currently present in contemporary arts dialogue. Whether in painting on paper, painting on wood panel, or large-scale photographic imagery, they treat the political, the spiritual, or the social, in original and compelling ways. Continue Reading »