On the surface, it seems like a clever move: getting rich developers to cover the costs of public art. But scratch the veneer, opponents say, and a new phase of the City of Miami's Art in Public Places plan is at best a mess of unnecessary red tape — and at worst a means for the city to snatch funding from the hands of local[...]
- wynwoodyardWynwood caught the eye of developer David Lombardi back in 2000, and we're so glad it did. A former restaurateur, David was a main pioneer behind Wynwood's transformation into international arts and culture destination and a local hot spot. He's also a core member of [...]
Miami may conjure up postcard-perfect images of sunny beaches and sexy nightlife for many people, but for the past decade, the cosmopolitan South Florida city has quietly become a mecca for those on the prowl for cutting-edge art. With new museums and Art Basel Miami Beach attracting [...]
The North Beach Yard cultural hub is approved for Miami Beach
In Little Havana, a popular restaurant that once hosted the late President Ronald Reagan for a Cuban coffee visit will soon become a retail and parking project. Nearby, developer J. Milton plans a new apartment complex as rents [...]
Milo Lockett is one of the visual artist most popular of Argentina, born in 1967. It is also recognized as a muralist and escultor having produced oversized works in different cities of Argentina and Spain, especially in schools and hospitals located in poor neighborhoods. One of his icons has been the mega mural spanning almost all of the [...]
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David Lombardi with El Xupet Negre a graffiti artist from Barcelona, Spain, who has painted a black pacifier/dummy logo since 1989.
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