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.
Described as “the most prestigious art show in the Americas,” Art Basel opens its Miami Beach 12th edition on Thursday, December 5th.
The largest gator to have ever appeared in South Florida has made its way back to common waters, just in time for Art Basel.
Crews are cleaning, sweeping and installing all around the new, soon-to-be completed Perez Art Museum Miami, or PAMM, at Miami Museum Park.
Bob Marley Messenger Exhibit to open at History Miami Thursday and run through January.
Beautiful art benefits MACtown, a non-profit organization that helps developmentally and intellectually challenged South Floridians live independently.
The American Black Film Festival kicked-off in Miami Beach Wednesday. Filmmakers from around the country enter to be featured in the festival, but one South Floridian is creating buzz with his film about his tough childhood in Miami.
Attention Miami art collectors, there’s a group of new artists in town and they are all painting in the name of charity.