From gallery shows to Kevin Spacey's planned murder, here's a collection of the season's best to come.
The world's so-called "preeminent canine artist" takes a bow(wow) at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood.
The Boca Museum showcases the uncompromising abstraction of Cleve Gray.
Surfing the art-design continuum at MoCA
In castoffs, Pablo Cano strikes gold
An exhibition of the dance master's sets and costumes levitates above the MoCA boards
For alumni of America's most prestigious film festival, winning is less than half the battle
"Reduced" at the Arts and Culture Center is not big and bold. But it still has heft.
America's most beloved artist can make you nostalgic for places you've never been
MoCA's film and video exhibit lifts found "artifacts" to the realm of visual art
Painter David Maxwell appropriates a venerable 19th-century technique
Mr. Entertainment throws the book at 'em -- for free
PBICA's sculpture show makes a strong case for the relevance of three-dimensional art
This year's All Florida competition at the Boca Museum lives up to its name
This retrospective of one of the 20th Century's most underrated artists is a must-see
A look back at the surrealist's seminal World's Fair pavilion heads a trio of strong exhibits at MoCA
This open letter makes an artful argument for the team's lack of a marketing plan
Even a double dose of MoA's favorite artist doesn't leave much of an impression
The work of Arman forces us to reexamine the everyday
PBICA's current exhibition proves that the art community in "Brooklyn!" is wide awake
A powerful male/female dynamic gives life to MoCA's latest permanent-collection show
BCC professors show the kids how it's done in this faculty retrospective
"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"
"Bruce Helander: Survey of Collage Works" and "Alexandra Nechita: Sentiments of Art"
Sun-Sentinel: not so crazy about free speech?
"Heads Up! Hilights From the Permanent Collection"