Rosa Lowinger is gratified that art conservation is finally being taken seriously in South Florida. Given the toll exacted by environmental forces and human interventions on artworks, it is increasingly important to ensure their longevity.
The large crowd milling about on the night of Sept. 25 at the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami was refreshing: young and old, from every ethnic background, some visiting the museum for the first time and harboring the kind of curiosity that jaded art openings often discourage.
Gary Nader of Gary Nader fine art in Wynwood revealed plans for a Latin American art museum to feature more than 600 pieces from Nader's own Latin American art collection in the heart of downtown Miami.
The reopening of the elegantly restored Freedom Tower, now housing Miami Dade College’s Museum of Art + Design (MOAD) plus the Miami International Film Festival and MDC Live Arts performance center, couldn’t be fully celebrated in a single event.
MOCA’s rebranding has started and its first exhibit, “Third Space: Inventing the Possible,” will feature 18 artists, both local and international, including work from Gustavo Roman, Onajide Shabaka and Jose Bedia.
Looking for new ways to promote art and culture, the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is offering art lovers an opportunity to dabble in the creative process by participating in a workshop inspired by the bold colors and patterns of Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes.