MIAMI — Initially, the title of Bryan Zanisnik’s exhibition at Locust Projects, Philip Roth Presidential Library, feels appropriate.
Monica Uszerowicz is a writer and photographer in Miami, FL. She has contributed work to BOMB, Los Angeles Review of Books' Avidly channel, Hazlitt, VICE, and The Miami Rail.
A Crash Course in Playing Kalup Linzy’s Characters, Led by the Artist
MIAMI — In Joseph Campbell’s monomyth, The Hero’s Journey, the heroes tend to follow a basic narrative arc.
A Coming-of-Age Tale Set Amid Miami’s Delicate Ecology
MIAMI — There is a wordy, massive disclaimer at the beginning of director Terence Nance’s recent short film, “Swimming in Your Skin Again.”
Interactive Art About Climate Change in a City Where It Will Wreak Havoc
HIALEAH, Fla. — When Florida Governor Rick Scott took office in 2011 and appointed Herschel Vinyard, Jr. as the director of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (D.E.P.), a curious rule went into effect: D.E.P. employees were not to use the terms “global warming” or “climate change” in any official communications.
Two Artists Give Shape to Our Outer and Inner Selves
In addition to Martha Friedman’s Pore, Locust Projects is featuring Beatriz Monteavaro’s Nochebuena, another exploration of the human form, albeit on a level far more personal and metaphorical.
Cultivating the Occult Power and Singular Intimacy of Female Camaraderie
MIAMI — &gallery is a small space that, if crowded, requires lots of shuffling and peering over shoulders.