Jaamil Olawale Kosoko wears a variety of hats as poet, artist, curator, and performer; and at the Miami Theater Center in conjunction with Art Basel Miami Beach, his latest project incorporates all of them.
We are getting lost in Saad Moosajee’s latest illustration series, Contemporary Arabesque, interpretations of the traditional Arabesque.
Last night, Juxtapoz and Chandran Gallery opened a special exhibition, installation, and performance art piece at the Beach House in the Shore CLub South Beach, featuring works amazing installation and performace from Monica Canilao and Sorne, paintings by Jason Jagel, special beach robes and towels by Geoff McFetridge, poolside decor by Richard Colman, lobby installation by Andrew Schoultz, and pool floating canoe by all the artists.
In the wonderful Finnish tradition of not explaining oneself, here are some spectacular images of old Finnish people with things on their heads.
Art Basel Miami, The Electric Pickle Company, Friends of Friends, The Well, and Kodex Agency are proud to present Young Adults x Art Basel Label Showcase- an event with new work by Hannah Stouffer and Madsteez this Saturday in the Wynwood District of Miami, FL. Sounds will be provided by Los Angeles’ body music imprint Young Adults, with Jerome LOL, Joakim, Mark E, Urulu, and Young Adults DJs confirmed…
After modernism came postmodernism; but what comes after that? This week at the Rotunda in Miami, London’s Topsafe is presenting an exhibition in conjunction with Art Basel Miami Beach called “Most Oddinism,” a play on postmodernism.
Tomorrow brings the opening of the Whitney Museum of American Art’s exhibit “Edward Steichen in the 1920s and 1930s: A Recent Acquisition,” which hosts a variety of 42 gelatin silver prints from the two decades that Steichen worked as Conde Nast’s chief photographer.
Maybe you can't make it down to Miami to see what Richard Heller Gallery has in store in their booth at Miami Project, but what you can do in the Southern California region is Heller's exhibition showcase of Firelei Baez' “Appendix to a Memory Table.” The show will run through December 14, 2013, with the series of works exploring the intersection between private memory and public spaces, delving into her interest in the corporeality of history and culture.
Story via ArtDaily, as we have embarked on a plane journey to Miami: Australian psychedelic artist Martin Sharp, a founder of the controversial Oz magazine who designed posters for the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan, has died aged 71. His death on Sunday, after a long struggle against emphysema, was confirmed by artist and friend Garry Shead, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.
“I love the idea of mass-market fashion. Sort of ‘no fashion’ fashion,” says Cary Leibowitz, one of four artists invited to design a limited-edition garment for NADA by American Apparel.