Co-sponsored by the Confucius Institute, the exhibition includes 37 works by eight contemporary Chinese artists working on paper using ink. The artists share in their dedication to return to the original unique properties of ink art. However traditional paper and ink may seem, these artists and their works are anything but. All grew up in the 1980s and the influence of Western art is visible in their work. They share in the awareness of the relationship between the tradition of brush and ink, and through their efforts ink art today stands as a shining example in the development of contemporary art. All exhibitions are free and open to the public.
July 2 & 3, 11am – Brandsmart USA,Â 4320 NW 167th St,Â Miami Lakes Join this 4th of July weekend for loads of DJ speakers, and promo giveaways fromÂ Car/Pro audio manufacturer Audiopipe, featuringÂ live DJs and prize giveaways every 3 hours.Â Grand prize winner will win a newly released Audiopipe DJ controller, two double 15″Â woofer systems, and laptop/controll stand.Â DJs […]
Friday, September 22, 6pm-9pm – CIFO – The Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation, 1018 N Miami Ave, Miami No black / No white (no and) will exhibit works from the 2017 Grants & Commissions Program awarded recipients. The exhibition, the title of which references a statement written by John Cage in 1953 in response to Robert […]
Sunday, February 3, 05:00PM-01:00AM -Â Brother Jimmy’s BBQ Miami,Â 900 S. Miami Avenue, Miami Downtown Miami & Mary Brickell Village Presents The UltimateÂ Superbowl XLVII Party at Brother Jimmy’s BBQ Miami on Sunday, February 3rd. The pregame-party sponsored by Sailor Jerry Rum and Miller Lite begins at 5pm with an outdoor pig roast and will feature music by […]