Carlos Suarez De Jesus


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  • 6 years ago

    Farley Aguilar answers the door of a modest Edgewater duplex while clutching a frosty gin and tonic and sporting a teardrop-creased fedora that would have made Indiana Jones beam. Clad in a Night of the Vampires T-shirt, plaid socks, and sandals, ...

  • 6 years ago

    What might the late Rocky Pomerance have made of Swiss artist Olaf Breuning? Pomerance was the Miami Beach Police chief in 1972 when Vietnam protesters on the streets surrounding the Miami Beach Convention Center were tear-gassed by cops during th...

  • 6 years ago

    The plight of Ai Weiwei raised an international stink after he was detained in a Chinese jail for his politically freighted artwork and criticism of his government in 2011. Now he's headlining the new Pérez Art Museum Miami's opening exhibi...

  • 6 years ago

    When Pérez Art Museum Miami debuts this week, director Thom Collins says, it'll be an arts facility unlike anything else in the world. The building, which will open with more than 500 pieces on display, including paintings, sculptures, and ...

  • 6 years ago

    For those of us who call South Florida home, too much of a good thing is never a problem. That's unless we're talking about the first week of December, when Art Basel in Miami Beach challenges our tolerance for excess and forces difficult decision...

  • 7 years ago

    Dirt. God created man from it. We grow our food in it. And it's where all of us go to rest in the end. For Broward artist, curator, and writer Onajide Shabaka, the primordial substance is also the inspiration for "DIRT Yuta Suelo Udongo Tè,...

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