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Letters for May 26-June 2, 2005

Free Weekly Sarcastic? Cop Unhappy. But read the files, baby. It's good stuff: I read the May 19 Tailpipe as well as Wyatt Olson's May 5 story "Love & Loathing." and I felt the story was flawed and that Tailpipe was sarcastic, to say the least. I was hired by...

Letters for April 14-20, 2005

Lost at a Cost Save us George... if you dare: Regarding Trevor Aaronson's April 7 article, "Curious George Sails the River of Red": As a long-time resident and civic leader, I feel there are a number of reasons for the City of Fort Lauderdale's financial problems: 1) Some of the...

Letters for January 13-19, 2005

Artist as Art Deirdra nailed the wicked cynic: I was hucklebucking home from the studio, being as nicely mannered to passing ladies as my southern roots would allow and planning my next humiliation of other aspiring artists in town, when I saw the latest issue of New Times in the...

The Museum of Art|Fort Lauderdale Continues to Wrestle With its Legacy

4 years ago by Michael Mills
Does a museum have an institutional memory? Does it labor under the burden of exhibitions past — its memories of what once was, its aspirations forever colored by what has been and can never be again? If so, the Museum of Art|Fort Lauderdale has a heavy cross to bear. It...

Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale's Café Dolly Exhibition Shows Works by Picabia, Schnabel, and Willumsen

6 months ago by Andrea Richard
In the fall of 2013, when former MOCA North Miami curator Bonnie Clearwater, now of the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, saw the "Café Dolly: Picabia, Schnabel, Willumsen" exhibition in Denmark, she knew she had to bring it to Florida. The show features paintings by three major art players:...
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