María Martínez-Cañas’s photographs in the National Portrait Gallery (NPG)’s exhibition, “Portraiture Now: Staging the Self,” overlay her face on top of her father’s, subtly grounding her identity in his.
With so much art around South Florida this week, seeing it all would be impossible even for the most fervent art lover. The veteran Miami Art Week team of Siobhan Morrissey, Jordan Levin, Ricardo Mor, Ina Cordle, Anne Tschida and Jane Wooldridge suggest you start with these. Good news: A few of our favorites last beyond the week.
Fine Art Auctions Miami (FAAM) closed its “Important Paintings and Sculpture” auction at 80 NE 40th St. in the Design District Thursday night with the sale of Pablo Picasso’s The Painter and the model at $2,582,500.
While the city of Miami was abuzz Thursday evening with events related to Art Basel Miami Beach, the Pérez Art Museum Miami, also known as PAMM, hit a snag as an artwork on display was damaged during its banner event for this year's Miami Art Week.