Commercials can be frustrating. A giant corporation spends millions of dollars to take up 30 seconds of your life and, more often than not, leaves you saying this is the best we can do. I mean, I'm a peaceful person, but if I ever see the Geico lizard walking down the street, I will kick him like a ... More >>
Call it the state of the union. Call it paranoia. But young artists have serious stuff on their minds.
The weird world of Dali comes to CSMART
Malcolm Morley just loves the act of putting paint on canvas
Capsule reviews of current area art exhibitions.
A gallery for art in which tentativeness can work in a picture's favor
RaZoo Gallery displays visionary tat artists, junk collectors, and other sophisticated "bruts"
Damn it, Beck gets older with Guero
The late Spanish surrealist had his bookish moments. Inspired ones.
The artist duo Guerra de la Paz turns rags into artistic riches
At the Art Marketplace, you can pick your theme, then match your living room décor
... and listen to this 15-year-old
Federal indictments. Drugging. Lowbrow culture. Hollywood Greyhound Track is for the dogs.
FLIFF spotlights a reclusive Mexican writer, a bluegrass pretender, Israeli terror victims, and a Portuguese family in flight
Things just keep getting' louder and weirder in Lake Worth
Fotoreal, fotosurreal, and foto-pain-in-the-neck
Even on life support, the Hortt competition offers some intriguing local work
At the Hispanic Theatre Festival, all the Spanish-speaking world was a stage
The local International Hispanic Theatre Festival is one of the biggest and best of its kind -- when will South Florida discover it?
When it comes to making deals, developer R. Donahue Peebles has no qualms about filing lawsuits -- or playing the race card
Southwest Florida's own island paradise offers some tasty treats, even in the off-season
An unremarkable installation and a haphazard selection of permanent-collection works? Must be the off-season at MoA.
The owners of a new gallery want to turn a few sheets of colorful blotter acid paper into a full-fledged exhibition. Are they hallucinating?
Letters for February 8, 2001
Whispering Foils (Drag City)
"Boca Museum Artist Guild Juried Competition and Exhibition" and "49th Annual All Florida Competition and Exhibition"
"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"