From Miami’s Little Santo Domingo to Chinatowns in Seattle and Philadelphia, a new list highlights places threatened by gentrification and climate change.
A Living History of Black Queer Miami
“Give Them Their Flowers” pays homage to Miami’s Black queer history by merging historical research, archival imagery, artifacts, and oral histories.
Contested Miami Ancestral Site to Be Considered for Landmark Designation
The vote to protect one of the parcels in Jorge Pérez’s luxury development is but a small victory for Native activists, who say they don’t feel heard.
Who Will Decide on the Future of a Miami Native Burial Ground?
Native activists say sacred remains and objects dug up from a Brickell construction site should remain there, but mega-developer Jorge Pérez is pushing back.
Miami Film Festival Reveals South Florida’s Cinema Crisis
The art-house movie theaters that long served as the festival’s screening venues now face extinction.
Miami’s Fountainhead Residency Presents The Yearbook: 2022
This annual catalogue documents the work, ideas, and approaches of the 36 resident visual artists in the 2022 cohort. Now available for presale.
Florida Man Says He Wants to Buy Broken Koons Sculpture
Here’s how he should spend the money instead.
Chicken Activists Crash Miami Art Event to Protest “Corrupt” Politician
“The chickens give a voice to the voiceless in our community,” said Billy Corben, who participated in the action against commissioner Joe Carollo.
Knight Foundation Funds the Future of Art With Grants for South Florida Artists
Six Knight New Work Winners received a total of $500,000 to support the use of technology in their practices.
The World Has One Less Jeff Koons “Balloon Dog”
An art collector accidently shattered a $42,000 “Balloon Dog” by Koons at an art fair in Miami.
“Sexy Robots” Are Coming to Miami
The Museum of Sex, based in New York, has revealed plans for an expansion to Florida in 2023.
Why Is There No Spanish at Art Basel Miami?
At this year’s show, I reflected on the lack of bilingual materials, the absurdity of art-fair gimmick, and the workers who make it all possible.