The artist and the poet sat down together at Miami’s largest art fair to discuss their mutual influence and inspiration.
For its fourth edition, the Prizm Art Fair has relocated to Little Haiti and maintained its focus on artists of the African Diaspora in two special exhibitions and its eclectic main show.
At Art Basel Miami Beach, if you only look at the art, it’s an affair worth the trip, because if you want to see the newest art made in Saint Petersburg, Vienna, Barcelona, or Berlin, it’s here.
Miami Beach’s Satellite art fair is not a release from an inundation of art — but perhaps it’s a reminder of why you like it in the first place.
Typically a stronghold of painting, the NADA Miami Beach fair is awash in clay sculpture this year.
For the politically concerned citizen, Untitled 2016 offers cold comfort, but three booths stand out for their focus on human narratives and how they can be processed through art.
Many of the works in the mega-fair’s public art sector mess with visitors’ expectations of what outdoor sculptures and monuments should be and can do.
There are more than 20 fairs in Miami this week, on top of the rich offerings at the city’s museums and private collections. Here’s a handy way to make sense of it all.
The day after the election, the art collective T.Rutt was informed it would no longer get to show its anti-Trump bus and flag works at the Red Dot Fair in Miami.