Your essential guide (by a local) of what to see and do during Miami’s popular art week.
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Thank You for Supporting the Arts chronicles the career of a writer, musician, and breast cancer survivor who sees her stripping as an art form.
The intersection between design and political power, as far as these candidates go, is difficult to discern.
On a walk through one of Florida’s tropical hardwood hammocks, artists construct a multi-layered map of a vulnerable ecosystem.
Attack of the Instagram clones: by collaging together virtually indistinguishable travel photos from unrelated Instagram accounts, “Insta Repeat” reveals how social media undermines originality.
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In his first museum survey, at the Pérez Art Museum Miami, Peruvian-born artist William Cordova creates a mostly-wordless history book through his enchanting sculptures, drawings, and installations.
The images may be beautiful but they depict a natural world that is quickly being transformed by climate change.
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Life in My Pocket is a simulacrum of Diamond Stingily’s childhood: chain-link fences, a weathered basketball hoop, and looped telephone cords — perfect for jumping rope.
Sid Grossman met his subjects where they were, documenting them reverentially and purposefully.