The Wolfson family has had a far-reaching influence on Miami, in the spheres of art, architecture and design, that goes far beyond the Wolfsonian-FIU that we know of today. As a young man in Miami, Micky saw development and change first hand. His family was instrumental in shaping the built environment, including attractions like the Seaquarium and Key West. But objects held his interest, especially the unique aspect of human behavior that each piece represents. Beth Dunlop is editor-in-chief of Modern Magazine, and a celebrated architecture critic. Author of several books, that range in topic from the cottages of Coconut Grove to houses built for the families of architects, and the built environment of Disney, Beth is a skilled interviewer and journalist.
Tuesday, October 31, 9pm-2am – Zuma Miami, 270 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami This year, the famed Yelloween extravaganza by Veuve Clicquot will be hosted at Zuma Miami on Halloween night. Inspired by a theme of Japanese Kabuki Theatre, Zumaâ€™s lounge and terrace will be transformed by elaborate and dramatic characters such as geisha dancers, Japanese robots, live […]
Thursday, February 18, 7pm – AmericanAirlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami Univision Network announces the first set of confirmed musical artists who will light up the stage for the 28th edition of “Premio Lo Nuestro” (PLN), the longest-running, most popular celebrations of Latin musics in the U.S. PLN 2016 will air on the Univision Network […]
Saturday, December 6, 7pm-11pm -Â Lou La Vie,Â 1444 Biscayne Blvd, Miami PininfarinaÂ design house, which evolved from sole artisans to an international group highly regarded in the motor industry and now lifestyle design, celebrated its entrance to the US market and a new Miami office, with a star-studded Art Basel event titled â€œArt, Speed and Design,â€ held […]