Ivan Roque’s Lost in Cinema is a series of 16 works based on the artist’s characters Lost and Found. Using collage and painting Roque pays tribute to 20th century cinema greats such as Al Pacino’s “Scarface,” Sylvester Stallone’s “Rocky,” series and the cult classics “King Kong” and “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
Tomorrow FUNDarte opens the doors of the Black Box Theater at the Miami Dade Auditorium for Miami On Stage 2013. The three day event (Thursday, April 18th to Saturday, April 20th) features musical performances by unique, eclectic Latin artists including female vocalist Leslie Cartaya, jazz master Alfredo Chacon, and rapero Mr. Haka, who mix their ethnic roots with mainstream pop to create new sound.
Simultaneously, a unique kind of audio/ visual artistic magic will be popping up in public spaces around the city. The installations are a part of the new public intervention project mujer_cita_MIA by celebrated multi-media artist and feminist activist Dinorah de Jesus Rodriguez.
Primary Projects’ never disappoints and always brings it during Basel with nothing short of memorable installations and intelligent exhibits. This year, they have not one but three exhibitions going on around town – Asifs Guns, a pop-up solo exhibit by Asif Faroq in Wynwood, Parker Soho, an installation by Kenton Parker across the bridge at SoHo Beach House, and RANEYTOWNby Rebeca Raney at their project space in the Design District.
Ever since I first learned of Michelle Weinberg during the DWNWN Art Days I’ve been obsessively reading her blog, watching her videos and uncovering as much of her works and projects as could find anywhere and everywhere on the web.
As a woman and art enthusiast I have become a huge admirer of her work. Recently, I contacted her to uncover more of what she has been working on and inquire on what drives, inspires and motivates her artwork.