Cuban artist Alexandre Arrechea shows mind-bending work. Alexandre Arrecheaâ€™s â€œTied Stone,â€ at Fredric Snitzer Gallery, displays new work from one of the most lucid minds in contemporary art. His impressive craftsmanship has evolved from purposefully slipshod to a flawless industrial extravaganza. Meant to disrupt the viewerâ€™s preconceived schemas, Arrechea is known for twisting New York Cityâ€™s architectural landmarks into capricious shapes. Thus, he distorts a powerful conceptual and visual synecdoche to expose accepted mainstream archetypes. On view November 4th to 26th, 2016.
December 10 – January 29, 4:30pmÂ & 8pm – Hard Rock Stadium, 347 Don Shula Dr, Miami Gardens KURIOS â€“ Cabinet of Curiosities will be performing under the iconic blue-and-yellow Big Top next to the Hard Rock Stadium beginning December 10, 2016 through January 29th 2017.Â Since the debut of KURIOS â€“ Cabinet of Curiosities, the critics […]
December 5 – 9pm,Â Â 10am-6pm – 2048 Northwest Miami Court, Miami The Miami Heat continue to celebrate their NBA Championship victory with a unique new exhibit. For its third straight year, the â€œArt of Basketballâ€ returns to the Art Basel Miami Beach, showcasing a collection of original art pieces in collaboration with the NBA.Â This time, â€œArt […]
Sunday, November 26, 2pm-6pm – 288 NW 47th St, Miami Read What You Want invites you to Backyard Drift, a collective reading event exploring the death of time. To attend, all you need to do is bring along a book, or other printed material, on the theme of â€˜timeâ€™. This could include: graphic or traditional […]