Head to the Wynwood area over the weekend and you’ll find art is everywhere.One of the newest and most eye catching pieces of street art is at the corner of 22nd Street and NW 2nd Avenue.
From Kim, to Lindsay, Kanye to Steven, the stars were shinning all week in South Florida celebrating themselves and art.
The man who bashed Paris Hilton’s little brother in the face over the weekend at a Miami Beach mansion is denying that Lindsay Lohan had anything to do with it.
The center of the international art world this past week has been right here in South Florida. Art Basel draws more than 50-thousand visitors and more than 250 of the world’s leading galleries participate. We focus in on why Art Basel is such a huge deal for local nonprofits like Locust Projects.
Organizers of this year’s Art Basel on Miami Beach said attendance was up this year. Approximately 75,000 people attended the prestigious contemporary art fair at the Miami Beach Convention Center, that’s a seven percent increase over last year’s attendance.
In hopes of bringing awareness to the death of the graffiti artist who died after being tasered by police, artists and activists performed a flash mob during Art Basel Miami.
Art is a realm that goes way beyond just a paint brush and canvas—and “Art Basel” which has come to represent all the art fairs, events, parties, museum-openings of the week, also made way to honor an urban visionary and even the art of yoga.
Art Basel is in full swing after opening its doors to the public today at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
The thief or thieves came in the dark of night, leaving even-tempered artist Phil Fung with an empty place in his heart…and on a Wynwood wall.
On the eve of the opening of Art Basel, the Perez Art Museum at Miami Museum Park has officially opened its doors to the public.