Edward Gorey was a glorious eccentric.
Starving as an artist sucks. Starving, period, sucks. That's why it's so sweet that Dada is hosting Trauma Hawk, a co-op event for artists to sell their usable art, made mostly with recycled materials, this Sunday. They'll make money and do things like eat with it. Artist and musician Maite ... More >>
The Boca Museum's "58th Annual All Florida" show is a party you'll be glad you attended.
If there's such a thing as Miami royalty, Gloria Estefan is undoubtedly the queen. Along with husband, producer, musician and impresario, Emilio Estefan, she's literally changed the landscape of the Magic City over the years, first putting the town on the map with Miami Sound Machine's run of ... More >>
Ambitious dual show plumbs our collective unconscious
The Art and Culture Center's "Sugar and Spice" show redeems itself with everything not so nice
A pair of shows at the Coral Springs Museum takes you from the ethereal to the visceral
It ain't Florence or Oaxaca, but at least Broward has a few eye-catching pieces of public art.
"Reduced" at the Arts and Culture Center is not big and bold. But it still has heft.
Capsule reviews of current area art exhibitions.
The Hollywood Art and Culture Center wrangles three diverse artists onto the same menu
Ronnie Baker Brooks outdoes Daddy
Lumonics wants to light up your life
Singing bowls focus the cosmic mantra karma, or something
There they were at the Boca Museum, just as I had pictured them
Art and Culture Center of Hollywood
Abstract expressionists throw their weight around at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood
Too few of the entries in the Broward Art Guild's "Controversy" are worthy of the label
The work of lowbrow luminary Todd Schorr simultaneously savages and celebrates pop culture
Kyle Barnette's show in Hollywood doesn't compare to the silver screen
Two concurrent exhibitions at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood showcase both personality and process
"Kate Kretz: Fate of a Technicolor Romantic," "The Theater Photographs of Max Waldman," and "Recent Drawings by Shirley Katz"
"Amalgam: Multi-Media Fusions by Four Florida Artists"
September 17 - 23, 1998