The pandemic has had severe effects on the livelihoods of artists across the US, but a new incubator at Florida International University helps artists develop business skills before graduation.
University of Florida Offers a Funded MFA Degree in Its Cutting-edge Studio Art Program
Engage in experimental and intersectional research-based art-making at UF’s School of Art + Art History. Applications are open until February 1, 2021.
Tomás Esson’s Whirling Gyroscopes of Paint
In The GOAT, tongues, butts, and spillage all combine, expressing a delightful reverence of the corporeal.
Why Was a Miami Museum the Site of a Trump Town Hall?
The Pérez Art Museum Miami says it has a responsibility to remain nonpartisan, per official guidelines on election advocacy released by the American Alliance of Museums.
Gallery Partners With Florida Rights Restoration Coalition to Help People Vote
700,000 citizens who completed prison time and parole in Florida may be ineligible to vote. With only a week until Florida’s bail payment deadline, the New York-based gallery Canada wants to help.
A Photographer’s Quiet Reflections on Climate Change
Floodzone, an ongoing series by Anastasia Samoylova, stirringly acknowledges that the climate crisis is already upon us, however earnestly we might resist this fact.
Art Basel Miami Beach Is Officially Canceled
Exhibitors will not be charged participation or booth fees for the December show, and application fees for accepted galleries will roll over to 2021.
Painter Angel Otero on Solitude and What It Means When You Can’t Go Home
Amid the pandemic, Otero has been looking inward, pursuing a series of highly personal works about Puerto Rico. Hyperallergic sat down with him to discuss this new body of work, now on view in Life During Wartime.
Portraits that Honor the Men Who Participated in the 1968 Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike
Carl Juste’s double portrait of father and son presents an extraordinarily intimate experience on the usually busy public plaza surrounding the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in North Miami.
Amid Climate Change and Rapid Gentrification, a Caribbean Film Festival Centers Notions of Home
Embracing the full spectrum of Caribbean experiences and cultures, Third Horizon has created a dynamic community devoted to highlighting cinema from and about the region its founders call home.
A Maren Hassinger Installation Blossoms From a “Tree of Knowledge” Rooted in a Majority Black Florida Town
Hassinger worked collaboratively with the Pearl City community to create a version of their “Tree of Knowledge” at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, its “roots” composed of twisted, flowing rolls of newspaper.
The Infamous “Zola” Twitter Thread Is Now a Feature Film
In Sundance favorite Zola, Janicza Bravo and co-writer Jeremy O. Harris bring to life the true story of a wild trip to Tampa.