... meets the rhododendrons. That's where photographer Alex Heria finds art.
A couple of glitches and a misfiring motor won't dull MOCA's cutting edge
An exhibition of the dance master's sets and costumes levitates above the MoCA boards
Two complementary urban shows don't quite add up to a whole.
Malcolm Morley just loves the act of putting paint on canvas
Even at its most abstract, Anne Chu's art gravitates to the yin-yang dynamic
Two painters on display at MoCA squeeze, smear, or fiddle with images to make them their own
MoCA shows off some of Ono's pioneering installation work in this retrospective
MoCA's latest exhibition from its permanent collection doesn't live up to the museum's high standards
This MoCA retrospective shows that Roy Lichtenstein was no Mickey Mouse artist
South Florida's museum Websites offer scant samplings of their collected works
A powerful male/female dynamic gives life to MoCA's latest permanent-collection show
The digitally tweaked photos of "Carly TV" are technically impressive but to what end?
MoCA's latest collection of installations will literally bring you to your knees
"Sweet Dreams and Nightmares: Dada and Surrealism From the Rosalind and Melvin Jacobs Collection" and "Inverted Odysseys: Claude Cahun, Maya Deren, Cindy Sherman" and "Matthew Ritchie: Incomplete Projects 01: The Fast Set"
"Frank Stella at 2000: Changing the Rules"
"Heads Up! Hilights From the Permanent Collection"
The new king of South Florida philanthropists, Richard Bronson, built his empire on the shady side of Wall Street