Wynwood Art Walk March

Wynwood Art Walk is back – March 9th

This March 9th Celebrating International Women’s Day, we bring you Art created before you own eyes, in an atmosphere stocked with spectacular food, refreshing cocktails, live music, and the best of Wynwood’s Arts and Craft vendors… all in one place! Join us as we celebrate ART and community when we come together for this all-inclusive, all-day long festival. Live […]

Wynwood Life Street Festival

Wynwood Life Street Festival – Jan 25-27th

Wynwood Life Street Festival is BACK! And this time we’re bringing very exciting news. We’re proud to announce that in 2019 we will be partnering with the Wynwood BID to bring you the most Wynwood experience yet. Join us at The Wynwood Marketplace this January 25th – 27th as we bring together the best of Wynwood’s food, drinks, fashion, art and […]

Art Basel 2018 Photo by Malikoff

Art Basel in Miami

The 17th edition of Art Basel in Miami took place the first week of December of this year. For those of you who ignore what this globally famous event is, here’s the scope: Art Basel is a for-profit –privately organized and managed- international art fair held in Basel, Switzerland, Hong Kong, and Miami Beach. The event is a one-of-a-kind platform for artists and galleries to show and sell their work; being so incredibly famous it attracts hoards of international spectators and yes! celebrities.

More than 4,000 artists and over 200 of the most important galleries around the world displayed their work. We are talking about the very best in paintings, photography, sculptures, digital art etc.

Among the highlights of the 2018 edition is the outstanding work by feminist pioneers Ellen Cantor and Judy Chicago, the amazing performative installation at the Grand Ballroom by choreographer Barbara Foulkes and Abraham Cruz and some exhilarating discussions included in the Conversations program by Mari Spirito.

The work of Simon Leigh was unanimously praised. Her sculptures, which explore the subjective concerns of black women through the medium of ceramics started back in the early 1990s and now have set her in the center of the art world’s radar. Another one of the favorites was Zina Saro-Wiwa which utilized her radical video series to analyze subjects such as racism through the lens of food.

Worldwide known celebrities were lured to the fair to party, perform and enjoy the art. Cuba Gooding Jr. was spotted taking selfies, Alicia Keys and Serena Williams were the stars at the No Commission Event held by Bacardi and Bono attended one of the silent auctions. Of course, Young Thug attended the exhibit named: “Young Thug as Paintings”. The entire week was about deep matters, lots of fun and of course, art. Next year’s edition is scheduled for December 5-8 of 2019, if you missed it this year, you can’t say we didn’t give you a heads up! Cheers!

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Prism Culture Guide March 1st - 15th

Prism: Culture Guide March 1st – 15th

As posted in Prism Blog: We can all agree that Spring is already upon us since Winter technically never happened this year. Don’t get us wrong, this noticeably less humid weather does call for some serious rejoicing. And while some of us may take the libations pretty far, Miami’s got a whole spectrum of fun […]

The Life and Times of Derick G

If you were lucky enough to experience some of the work by Miami’s own Derick G, then you will appreciate this post! Special thanks to Mike Cala from MC_Visuals for the visuals. We’ve been big fans of Derick G for years! This gallery at Ft Sldrs in Wynwood really helped understand how he developed his […]

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