Behind Basel interview with the founders of Mussa. Mussa specializes in creating immersive digital experiences that enhance the work of creative professionals. Read what they have been up to this year, and what their most looking forward to during Art Basel, along with their tips to enjoy this special time of year!
Behind Basel interview with David Ross. What does this supporter of the arts think of the Basel season? Click to read the details and see photos from his art collection.
Behind Basel interview with Marcus Blake, local Miami artist and winner of the Arts Center of South Florida Ellies. Read about what Basel means to him, and his tips on making your Basel season a success! Click to read more.
What do Brit badboy Banksy and Chilean master Modernist Roberto Matta have in common? How ‘bout Cuban cross-culturalist Wifredo Lam and French lensman Henri Cartier-Bresson? Or the irrefutably-recognized Colombian Fernando Botero and Italian Transavanguardian Sandro Chia? These collosal visualists, along…
This is a curated selection of local events submitted to Tropicult by the South Florida community ― organized, categorized, and presented in chronological order, linked a complete listing with full event details, including venue and ticketing information.
Welcome to HYPE CITY! This is selection of events we’ve gathered throughout the month – organized, categorized, and presented in chronological order, with links to full event details, including maps and ticketing information.
Here are our picks of projects and exhibits happening during Miami Art Week. We’ve listed them by neighborhood so that you can plan your visits to the galleries and spaces accordingly. We hope this saves you some time driving around town, and gives you more time for ART! With so many sick parties going down, you may have forgotten, but that’s what it’s all about, after all! There’s a shit ton of dope art being showcased and we get new projects sent to us every day. That being said, we’ll be updating this list!
Welcome to Jessy Nite’s Tropicult.com. As you’ve probably already noticed, the Benevolent Ruler herself has taken over our site – and we couldn’t be more excited. Through sheer creative will alone, Jessy Nite injected tropicult.com with a rigorous dose of her radical…
Jessy Nite has been working with Primary Projects for some time now. Her art is raunchy, provocative, and super rad – so expect to hear a lot more about her in the future. She uses stylized lettering to convey how much of a badass she is. Money, power, and partying are the common thread in most of Jessy’s work, so, thematically speaking, it’s like the gangster rap of typographic art. Her upcoming solo show at Primary Projects, ‘Bad As I Want To Be’ promises to be a balls-out spectacular of the artist’s wildest ideas and most radical designs. While we’d like to give you an in-depth of everything she has in store, it’s probably better if you just take our word for it and go check it out for yourself this Saturday.