Christo’s ‘Surrounded Islands’ of Miami’s Biscayne Bay Featured in New Exhibit at PAMM

A retrospective exhibit of perhaps the single greatest piece of public art to be created in Miami, by artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude, is opening this week at PAMM.

Locust Projects Hosts Annual Smash & Grab Fundraiser

One part fine art raffle, one part kickin’ party, Locust Projects celebrates the 20th Anniversary edition of their annualSmash & Grab fundraiser. South Florida art collectors will convene at Locust Projects’ Design District gallery spaceto take part in the action on October 13 where participants buzz with anticipation as their names are called, inspiring an electrifying run for artwork from some of the top artists working today. This event, one of LocustProjects’ largest fundraisers, will fuel the organization’s innovative exhibitions and programs for this monumental, 20th Anniversary season.

The Many Murals of Miami’s Wynwood, Part II

The second installment in a series of photos documenting the wall art of Wynwood.

The Many Murals of Miami’s Wynwood

The first installment in a likely series of photos documenting the wall art of Wynwood.

The Wolfsonian Announces its First Major Art Deco Exhibition

The Wolfsonian-FIU Museum, which has an extensive Art Deco collection has announced something everybody probably assumed it did years ago, its first-ever major Art Deco exhibition. Check it out.

The Amazing Murals of Miami’s Football Sandwich Shop

The iconic Football Sandwich Shop on NE 2nd Avenue is a Miami institution. This institution, however, may or may not be closed for good. A recent-ish post on the Big Bubble dove into that question. Sadly, in addition to no more delicious subs, the news of its closure might also mean the loss of the gorgeous murals celebrating the Miami Dolphins that grace every inch of the exterior. They're murals are still there, though, for now. So, check them out in our gallery, this way...

The Changing Face of Wynwood

Photos of an Evolving Neighborhood

Artist Mikael B Jazzed Up the SLS Brickell Duck for Philippe Starck

I received an email from a very Danish and adorable sounding publicist about a little something that happened during Art Basel, a month late. But nonetheless, there's a new artistic addition to Miami up on the pool deck of the SLS Brickell. It's, well, a very jazzed up duck.

Inside Miami’s Big Pink, Kind of Snobby, Museum of Ice Cream

The Museum of Ice Cream is proof the primary purpose of art in 2017 is to give people with a lot of money interesting junk to Instagram. With a big admission charge, this is the HQ of the #RichKidsofInstagram world. Still, the new Miami Beach location at the Faena District looks hella fun. And it just opened. Check out the full tour here.