Dominoes: Bones of Miami

Miami and south Florida in general, where people take playing dominoes very seriously, dominoes can be thought of playing an Olympic sport. The cracks, pops and slaps of the bones on the table will let you know just how serious this game is. “Spots, Dots, Pips, Tiles: An Exhibition About…

Gerard Caliste: DVCAI A.I.R.

"Untitled," mixed media on paper, 60 x 42 in., © 2017 Currently artist-in-residence, Gerard Caliste, was born in New Orleans Louisiana and currently lives and works in Houston, TX. Gerard’s paintings and works on paper are most often narrative thematic pieces that has its subject matter in the urban setting. “Diaspora Vibe Cultural…

Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU

Thursday, July 13, 2017 @ 7:00pm Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU 301 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139 Photo by : Annie Leibovitz, 2000 One morning in 1995, Irene Williams was spotted by Eric Smith, a New York City designer, entrepreneur and founder of E.G. Smith Socks, and they began a…

Malick Sidibé’s “Chemises”

Malick Sidibé’s “Chemises”: "Only someone with a lying mouth, according to Yoruba oral tradition, would speak first and look for visual confirmation second.(1) Untold centuries later, the expression retains its value: photography’s maneuvers depend on the fact that truth is determined by the eye. The complete history of photography is…

Paula Harper Memorial

Paula Hays Harper, an art historian who challenged the discipline with her feminist perspective, died on June 3, 2012, at the age of 81. In the 1970s, Harper was instrumental in establishing the feminist art program at California Institute of the Arts and for three decades was a professor at…

Artforum: October 2011

Artforum: October 2011: "ART IN LA Where, exactly, is Los Angeles? Somewhere between the studio lot and the Eagle Rock studio, Chinatown and Chinatown? Between the 'playfield of the devil,' as Richard Neutra called it, and the 'hyperurban configuration' described by Fredric Jameson?" Read Full Article (Via e-flux shows ::…
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