Visual Arts

Known as godmother of Miami’s arts scene, Mira Lehr is on fire

Known as godmother of Miami’s arts scene, Mira Lehr is on fire

She’s now in her late 80s – and the honors don’t stop coming. Her advice: 'Work from your heart.'

ICA Miami presents ‘Betye Saar: Serious Moonlight’

ICA Miami presents ‘Betye Saar: Serious Moonlight’

Fans of the pioneering feminist artist can enjoy free access to some of her rarely seen installations, through April 2022.

Latinx writers unite for ‘Home in Florida’ anthology

Latinx writers unite for ‘Home in Florida’ anthology

'There is just a lot of talent in this book,' says Miami author Anjanette Delgado.

Editors picks

James Prosek’s natural curiosity is on view at the Lowe Art Museum

James Prosek’s natural curiosity is on view at the Lowe Art Museum

Posted on July 10, 2019 at 11:00 AM
By George Fishman (georgefishman@me.com)

In the exhibition "James Prosek: Contra Naturam/Against Nature," the artist discovers order amid chaos. The show appears through Sept. 8 in Coral Gables.

At Spinello Projects, two Miami artists are up against the clock

At Spinello Projects, two Miami artists are up against the clock

Posted on July 8, 2019 at 8:12 AM
By George Fishman (georgefishman@me.com)

With work at Spinello Projects in Miami and the Whitney Biennial in New York, Agustina Woodgate and Eddie Arroyo are having a moment.

Purvis Young and the hope and risk of new beginnings

Purvis Young and the hope and risk of new beginnings

Posted on June 18, 2019 at 8:21 PM
By Elisa Turner (elisaturn@aol.com)

Two exhibitions offer contrasting views of the late Miami artist's work.

At the Bass museum, Sheila Hicks’ fabric of life

At the Bass museum, Sheila Hicks’ fabric of life

Posted on May 29, 2019 at 4:46 PM
By George Fishman (georgefishman@me.com)

The 84-year-old artist's landscape-focused exhibition, "Campo Abierto (Open Field)," is on view through Sept. 29 in Miami Beach.