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

Coconut Grove-based Lisa Remeny colors our world

Coconut Grove-based Lisa Remeny colors our world

Posted on October 25, 2021 at 9:25 PM
By Jonel Juste (jjuste02@gmail.com)

She draws her inspiration from the luxurious natural scenery of Florida.

3 Locust Projects art installations take on urgency of human condition with very different works, views

3 Locust Projects art installations take on urgency of human condition with very different works, views

Posted on October 13, 2021 at 10:35 PM
By Michelle F. Solomon (michellesolomon23@gmail.com)

While it was entirely unplanned, the works by Miami's Loni Johnson, New York's Jessica Segall & Philadelphia's Lewis Colburn come together with a common through line.

Opa-locka’s poetry lighting project extended through 2022

Opa-locka’s poetry lighting project extended through 2022

Posted on October 5, 2021 at 6:00 PM
By Sergy Odiduro (sergy.odiduro@gmail.com)

Through specially designed outdoor projectors, words appear emblazoned onto the pavement below and on building facades.

Hattie Mae Williams balances the elements in ‘Currents’ at MOCA

Hattie Mae Williams balances the elements in ‘Currents’ at MOCA

Posted on October 1, 2021 at 7:31 PM
By Sean Erwin (SErwin@barry.edu)

Part of the Live Arts Miami LALA Performance Series, the installation blends dance, film and visual arts.