Antonia Eiriz’s at MDC

Through November 17th, 2013   MDC Museum of Art & Design, Freedom Tower600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FLThe sweeping canvases of the late Cuban painter Antonia Eiriz are not always easy to view. That is not to say they are harsh and hard — very …read more

Silvia Lizama’s “Sights of Construction” – Miami

9 November  – 24 January  2014 Opening Reception November 9th from 7-9pm   ACND Gallery of Art4949 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, FLA collection of photos depicting endless tracts of dirt stretching toward horizons set amidst the drama of tropical skies. …read more

Leyden Rodriguez Casanova

by:Jordan Levin Miami Herald  - September 22, 2013   For five years, visual artists Leyden Rodriguez Casanova and Frances Trombly were happily ensconced in a rent-free studio in the Design District, adding to the cachet that helped the …read more

De La Cruz Collection

Opened in 2009 in a specially built 300,000-square-foot building in the Design District, the light and airy space became the latest addition to Miami’s public exhibition halls founded and run by major private collectors. The 2013 De La Cruz …read more

Tomas Sanchez turns to photography

Cuban artist Tomás Sánchez, whose paintings of idealized tropical landscapes have earned him a place among the island’s most important living artists and have nabbed as much as $800,000 at auction in New York, has dabbled with photography for …read more

‘Home: Dream Home’ an edgy exhibit at Praxis

BY BETH DUNLOP THE MIAMI HERALD July 17, 2011 Nothing is quite what it seems in the exhibition Home: Dream Home, and yet everything is indeed exactly what it is. A globe-shaped pendant lamp by Ernesto Oroza sparkles like glass. It’s actually …read more

José Bedia- Designs for plazas along Crandon Boulevard, Miami

Of time and place Eight artist-designed plazas strung along Crandon Boulevard celebrate Key Biscayne’s island lifestyle and environment The Miami Herald, June 19, 2011 BY BETH DUNLOP Key Biscayne has always been a magical place. The condos have …read more