Art Basel: Bryan Drury, Supernatural

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Religious, Theological & Spiritual Leaders Series DEAN PROJECT is pleased to present Supernatural: Religious, Theological & Spiritual … [Read more...]

Film: Rising Embers

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I was 15 minutes into The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and was relatively unsurprised at how underwhelmed I was by the movie so far. Unsurprised, … [Read more...]

Art: Artist Lluis Barba Playfully Merges Past and Present

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Artist Lluis Barba’s work playfully appropriates art history masterpieces, and reworks them using references taken from pop culture. The artist … [Read more...]

Film: Borrowed Time

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This wild stallion's in heat. No, not all those fine equine specimens parading around the rodeo in the opening scene of Dallas Buyers Club. I'm … [Read more...]

Art: Glen Daidone Reveals Wynwood At Dark in New Exhibition

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Local photographer Glenn Daidone unveils a new series titled “Wynwood at Dark” at the Williams McCall Gallery South of Fifth. Kicking off with an … [Read more...]

Film: Star-crossed Lovers

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What causes a relationship to flourish? How does the spark upon that first glance lead to a lasting bond that's able to overcome many – if not all … [Read more...]

Art: An Exhibition Exploring Time Opens at the Bass

Lorraine O'Grady. Miscegenated Family Album (Sisters I), L: Nefernefruaten Nefertiti; R: Devonia Evangeline O’Grady,1980/1994, cibachrome prints, 26 x 37 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Alexander Gray Associates, New York

TIME presents a selection of historical and contemporary artworks, objects and artists’ projects that engage with ideas of time. Throughout history, … [Read more...]

Film: Acts of Defiance Across Space and Time

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Solomon Northup tries to maintain his footing on the muddy ground. Around his neck, the noose threatens to break his neck if he so much as slips. … [Read more...]

Film: Fat Camp Rebel

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Paradise: Hope, the third and final entry in Austrian auteur Ulrich Seidl's Paradise Trilogy, possesses a trait I thought I'd never see in any of his … [Read more...]