Downtown Hollywood’s art scene has been buzzing hard this year. Curious? Here’s your chance to scope it out…
An iPhoneography exhibit, Never, Neverland by Miami-based artist, Jaime Ferreyros, opens tomorrow night at Gallery 2014.
Artist designer and duck commander. Casted from a Miami influenced mold, the city and suburbs inspire color palettes and design approach. His short attention span keeps him working on illustrations, paintings on wood, whipping out a mural and even sewing once in a blue moon. The whole concept started as an inside joke, the ducks will fly south this winter on apparel and accessories.
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After snaking around numerous, well-appointed displays and installations filled with fascinating cooking equipment; beautiful, artsy dishes and cutlery; videos of restaurant design and other food-related “offerings,” on opening night of “Tapas: Spanish Design For Food,” you ended up at an interactive performance from the great Catalan mixed-media and food artist Antoni Miralda.
Artist Yvonne Pfeiffer‘s exhibit ‘Las Calacas Reinvented‘ at the Brisky Gallery was a lovely evening of art with an introspective into the female emotion.
At the opening reception earlier this month, patrons received a window into the Day of the Dead celebration, which features skeletons garnished with flowers and bright colors.
Santa Fe-based Meow Wolf is an arts collaborative that produces immersive, multi-media art experiences – they will be doing several sight specific installations at SELECT FAIR this December during Art Week.
Expect the unexpected with these uniquely bizarre and wonderfully gifted artists repurposing the Select Fair’s art exhibition space at the Catalina Hotel during Art Basel Dec.4-8, 2013.
To raise awareness for the Florida Everglades, Miami-based artist and photographer Lloyd Goradesk created, Gator In The Bay, a colossal floating reptile – a giant 100 foot gator, the length of a football field. You may have caught it last year, if not, look over this December to the waters of Biscayne Bay from the Miami Yacht Club on Watson Island when Art Basel Miami Beach rips into town December 5-8th.
Concrete Paradise opens this Thursday, October 17th at the Coral Gables Museum. The exhibition pays homage to The Miami Marine Stadium - it’s flashy past, its edgy present, and its spectacular proposed comeback as a world-class sports and performance venue. The opening fiesta will feature film/video clips, antique hydroplanes, live Parkour performances in the courtyard, site-specific graffiti murals, music with outdoor projections by VJ Psyberpixie, and last but not least, an open bar by none other than Bacardi.