In 1962, an artist named Andy Warhol created a series of portraits of his favorite food. The result? The now iconic Campbell's Soup screen prints were the catalyst of the pop art movement and changed our views on fine art forever. These cans, by the way, last sold for $9,042,500 at a 2010 Christie's ... More >>
I love it when food movements cross over and enter the realm of pop culture. Take bacon: Today, it's almost universally recognized that bacon is something to be horded and consumed like a crack addict, cholesterol be damned. But behind that popcult push was genuine foodie enthusiasm. Would bacon ... More >>
Tour diary: Otto von Schirach and Notorious Nastie do Europe.
Lady GaGa may idolize Warhol, but her pop nostalgia is far from factory-made.
Alter your perspective with Eye Candy at the Norton
Five pop masters pop up again in photographs at the Boca Museum
Art meets rock at a raucous new MoCA exhibition.
Red Dawn: Collector's Edition
Palm Beach Dramaworks' Voice of the Prairie pulls national identity from the ether
Yes, the Mexican male is a sexy beast
Capsule reviews of current area art exhibitions.
Rocking modern art
The Beatles and JFK
Passion for Fashion
The Florida Philharmonic is dying right along with its fan base
Major artists critique the modern world in new exhibit
For recession-proof artist Christopher Makos, money is not a dirty word
Saturday nights, Piccadilly Garden becomes South Florida's all-inclusive resort
The Norton Museum takes the phrase "dog days of summer" quite literally
The Factory (formerly the Metal Factory)
South Florida's museum Websites offer scant samplings of their collected works
This time the Museum of Art brings out some of the best of its permanent collection
"Making Time: Considering Time as a Material in Contemporary Video & Film"