Wynwood Walls is kicking off Art Basel with a theme called 'Human Kind' and new walls and sculptures by 12 new artists. CEO of Goldman Properties and founder of Goldman Global Arts, Jessica Goldman Srebnick, says that each year over 1 million people visit the Wynwood Walls from all over the world.
Former world-class boxer turned artist astounds Miami’s Art Basel elite with flying paint and flying GoPros to raise money for diabetes research and his own fight against the disease.
Egyptian/Italian Omar Hassan gave his first U.S performance at the St. Regis Hotel in Bal Harbour Thursday night to a crowd of some 400 art lovers there to see him create one of his “Breaking Through” art pieces. Works by the urban pop artist known in Europe for his depictions of his “insulin dots” sell for $20-55 thousand dollars. Money raised from the painting and party Thursday will go toward diabetes research.
Art watchers use "Lysa III" to crush walnuts. Artist Jennifer Rubell's piece features a nude mannequin as a functional nutcracker. The work is on display at the Rubell Family Collection in Wynwood during Miami Art Week.
As Art Basel's annual creativity and color explosion hits Miami, Liberty City artist Addonis Parker continues work on his next contribution to Miami's mural scene with his Welcome to Overtown mural on Northwest Third Avenue.
Holoscenes is an installation/performance art at Miami Dade College downtown campus plaza that has four performers doing daily chores and actions in an elevator-sized tank that fills and empties with water.
Zachary Cruz, the half brother of confessed Douglas school shooter Nikolas Cruz, is shown in this body camera video being arrested Monday, March 19, 2018, by the Broward Sheriff's Office after trespassing at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Wayne Huizenga, seen here in 1995, became the first entrepreneur to launch three Fortune 500 companies and owned the major South Florida sports franchises in football, baseball and hockey. Photo by Bob Eighmie/Miami Herald file; Video by Erc Garland/McClatchy.
Former NBA star Mike Bibby went unrecognized during a game of basketball with two strangers in Phoenix, Arizona, on March 21. Bibby was attending his daughter’s volleyball game when he challenged two men playing basketball to a game of 21s and told them his name was Chris.