Eat: Talavera, Cocina Mexicana and Some Formidable Pottery


On a rainy June morning I went to see a fantastically entertaining film called Chinese Puzzle (Director Cedric Klapisch) at the Coral Gables Art … [Read more...]

Eat: Les Dames’ Smith & Wollensky Awards Legacy and Scholarship Luncheon

Besides the USDA Prime steaks, the restaurant offers very copious platters of veggies too.

Les Dames d’Escoffier Awards Legacy and Scholarship luncheon honoring Melissa Michel and Olivia Agrenot took place recently at the very popular Smith … [Read more...]

Lecture: James Van Praagh Shares Knowledge of the Afterlife with the World of the Living

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These days, there is no shortage of chatter. It courses along social media channels, emanates from screens of all sizes and is heard (and read) via … [Read more...]

Wynwood Art Walk

Brisky Gallery

In early 2003, a group of art dealers, artists and curators initiated the idea of Wynwood Art Walk based on the idea of a similar project, Art Night, … [Read more...]

Art: Dreaming Havana: The Collision of Memory and Fact


Artist Enrique Flores-Galbis shows his latest series titled Dreaming Havana:  The Collision of Memory and Fact”at the Williams McCall Gallery South of … [Read more...]

Art: Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui


Visitors to the Bass Museum of Art will enjoy an unprecedented opportunity to marvel at the acclaimed body of artwork by the internationally renowned … [Read more...]

Art: Insiders: A Group Exhibition of the Leading Urban/Graffiti/Street Artists


Robert Fontaine Gallery, located in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District, is currently exhibiting Insiders, a survey of works by some of the most … [Read more...]

Art: Bass Museum of Art Explores Haute Couture Fashion and Contemporary Art


Vanitas: Fashion and Art examines the theme of vanitas as expressed by avant garde ready-to-wear and haute couture fashion, and contemporary artworks. … [Read more...]

Art: ‘Tis the Season of Art and Music

Philip Ross Munro, Hommage.

’Tis the season in Miami, a little warmer than usual, but still the time of year when music venues, art galleries, outdoor cafes and a multitude of … [Read more...]