South Florida Arts Scene

Celebrated pope portrait on view at Beach gallery

 
 
Painting: Bryan Drury’s ‘Pope Francis.’
Painting: Bryan Drury’s ‘Pope Francis.’

Painter Bryan Drury’s Supernatural: Religious, Theological & Spiritual Leaders has been extended to Jan. 24 at the Dean Project, 1627-1629 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach (at Lincoln Road).

The soldout show includes the artist’s portrait of Pope Francis, which was featured on the inside cover of Time magazine’s “Person of the Year” issue.

The gallery is open to the public from 2 to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday; deanproject.com, 786-238-7075.

Chamber concert

Friends of Chamber Music of Miami will present pianist Joseph Kalichstein, clarinetist Ricardo Morales and violist Roberto Diaz in a program of Brahms masterworks at 4 p.m. Jan. 5.

The concert at the University of Miami’s Gusman Concert Hall, 1314 Miller Dr., Coral Gables, will feature Brahms’ Sonata for Clarinet and Piano in F minor, Sonata for Clarinet (Viola) and Piano in E flat and Piano Sonata No. 2 in F-sharp minor.

Tickets are $35, $10 for students at miamichambermusic.org or 305-372-2975.

Video essay

If you didn’t make it to Art Basel or burned out before you saw it all, an 11-minute video essay by Arts and Culture TV recaptures it for you at artsandculturetv.com/art-basel-miami-week-2013.

The video includes scenes from Scope, Brazil Art Fair, Art Miami, Art Basel Miami Beach, Fluorescent Pop-Up, Aqua, Perez Art Museum Miami, Context, Spectrum, Miami Project, Red Dot, LMNT — Tom Dash, the Sagamore Brunch, Pop-Up Piano, Wynwood Walls and Fusion Art Fair.

Kathy Martin and Galena Mosovich contributed to this report.

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