Visual Arts

Visual Arts

Dead art icon’s notebooks offer clues to his genius

Since his premature death in 1988, Jean-Michel Basquiat has not only become one of the world’s most famous artists, but a pop culture icon. The show “Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks,” at the Perez Art Museum Miami, offers new clues to an artist whose impact on art, race and culture keeps expanding.

Visual Arts

Back in the Desi day

“Promising Paradise: Cuban Allure, American Seduction” at the Wolfsonian-FIU explores the mystique and glamour that symbolized Cuba in the days before Communism.

Visual Arts

At Vizcaya, contemporary exhibit echoes familiar themes

In celebration of its centennial, Miami’s Vizcaya estate commissioned works by local artists highlighting the museum’s less-known past. The resulting exhibition, “Lost Spaces and Stories of Vizcaya,” employs contemporary artists methods in a vernacular that would likely please founder James Deering.

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A Walk on Water

The artist Christo inaugurated his first outdoor installation in over a decade, also the first since the death of his partner Jeanne-Claude in 2009.
New York Times
A Walk on Water 1:15

A Walk on Water

International artist merges art with voices of people 1:16

International artist merges art with voices of people

PAMM announces gift of 100 artworks by developer Craig Robins 3:43

PAMM announces gift of 100 artworks by developer Craig Robins

Artist Markus Linnenbrink paints mural high above Miami 1:01

Artist Markus Linnenbrink paints mural high above Miami