As the World Cup rages and Miami ramps up its commitment to soccer, local companies are finding ways to marry the beautiful game to business. Everybody knows about the bar or restaurant viewing party. But other entities less traditionally associated with sports are finding creative ways to capitalize on the World Cup fever to bring in new clientele.
A Southwest Florida restaurant, 7th Avenue Social, commissioned a 7-foot-tall mural of CNN "Parts Unknown" celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain by Naples artist Marcus Zotter. Owner Jerry Alajajian was a fan of Bourdain, who committed suicide.
14 rarely shown paintings by Donald Judd are on view through June 24 at the Intitute of Contemporary Art, Miami. They showcase the artist's penchant for a lack of clutter — even though he hated the term "minimalist."
Artist Marco Caridad moved to Miami in 2011 "in search of 'The American Dream,' and to build a better future for myself. In my suitcase, I brought some clothes, family photos, personal documents and a few art books."
Want to see what it's like in Wynwood and Art Miami for Miami Art Week? We take you on a 360 tour where you can see every angle of the Wynwood murals and CONTEXT Art Miami in its 29th edition at Biscayne Bay, Miami.
Entourage, a program similar to “The Voice” and “America's Got Talent,” provides Miami finalists with a variety of classes that help transform and develop their talent at the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center in Liberty City.
The vision for Zot Artz, Szot’s company, was in full effect Saturday at Frost Art Museum as kids and teens, some in wheelchairs and some not, stamped and rolled neon designs onto the paper canvas, creating a collaborative mural.