Walk around town and you’ll find Infoeand Ahol everywhere you go! These Miami sticker kings are taking their prolific talents to South Beach this Saturday for the Stick-Up Kids exhibition at Kill Your Idol.
Thanks to Jerry’s Artarama,Like Mike Clothing, and the venue 100% of all art sales will go to support #JusticeForReefa.
Ivan Jorge Roque, also known as The Lost Artist, is a Cuban-American urban artist hailing from the inner city community of Carol City, Florida. Next week, Ivan Roque’s Lost in Cinema series opens at Nac Gallery up in the FTL. Get to know Ivan Roque in this exclusive interview after the jump…
Last we spoke of Ahol Sniffs Glue he was reppin’ Wynwood Art Fair. Since then, he’s definitely been doing his job – creating art that inspires even the most sophomoric citizens. It’s been almost two years since the premiere of his first solo exhibit, 7.625 Fl Oz, and he’s been long over-due for another.
And so he began 2012 prepping diligently for his upcoming art show, Ahol: Full-Time, which also marks the opening of Mercenary Square, Miami’s newest exhibition space.
To mark its 10th edition, Art Basel Miami Beach will feature new artworks and projects by emerging artists from more than 250 leading art galleries, video and sound art, performances, and public art projects including the inauguration of a new collaboration with the Bass Museum of Art. Continue Reading
PULSE emphasizes special projects and cultural programming to encourage local artistis to explore themes of contemporary art.
The fair links leading figures in the visual arts and culture fields - collectors, curators, artists and audiences, to an international roster of premier contemporary galleries via collaborations between organizations, artists, and individuals dedicated to arts and culture.
Arts For A Better World is a unique show presenting galleries from all over the world, showcasing works of artists that want to contribute to ‘a better world’ by inspiring all generations concerned with the future. Continue Reading