Over the past seven-plus years of documenting Miamiâ€™s nascent cultural underground, one-named photographer Jipsy has blown past the pack of typical nightclub snappers and evolved into a proper artiste. This new solo show documents the faces, places, and events that have helped shape the new Miami. The body of work conveys this sequence of events, portraying the life of a woman growing deeper into a state of despair. The imagery is dark,Â insinuating themes of murder, anguish and loss of identity. The ambiguity of the pieces leaves the observer questioning the womanâ€™s current state-of-mind, motives and intentions. Naturally, for a show that will probably attract more than a few nightcrawlers, there are free cocktails, this time around courtesy of Mandarine NapolÃ©on.
Saturday, July 28, 12pm-4pm – GKBistronomie, 218 NW 25th St, Miami Wynwood Arts District Join GKB for an unforgettable Peruvian Independence Day celebration. Bring friends and family over for brunch served from 12 to 4 p.m. Guests will get to enjoy classic Peruvian dishes, $21 bottomless drinks and one complimentary Pisco Sour welcome drink. The event will feature […]
Thursday, August 9, 8pm – The Stage, 170 Northeast 38th Street, Miami Design District RAW is doing it again! This time getting ready to blast you with RADIATE, August’s show case featuring HOT new artists, musical talent and of course a RAWsome fashion show. What is RAW? RAW is an indie arts organization for artists, […]
December 1â€“4, The Rotunda, 3252 NE 1st Avenue, suite 101, Miami Midtown Graffiti Gone Global (GGG), powered by SUSHISAMBA, announces its fifth consecutive exhibition of urban contemporary art and design during Art Basel Miami Beach.Â At the center of GGG 2011 are three acclaimed artists whose respective focuses in architecture, design and street art speak […]