Artist Spotlight

miamiartzine Photog Exhibits La Femme staff photographer Henry Perez photographed 50 of South Florida’s most interesting women for over a year. The fruits of his labor will be on display at the Miami Botanical Garden. Find out more.

Editors Picks

Wet, Wild H2Ombre at the Arsht

Thousands of gallons of water tops off an immersive theatrical experience at the Arsht Center. H2OMBRE opens this week. Michelle F. Solomon braves the elements.

Artist Spotlight

Simon Ma - World Tour Exhibition at FIU

The first of Florida International University’s 3 Giants of Chinese Contemporary Art exhibitions gallops into gear with Simon Ma’s Heart-Water-Ink. Irene Sperber goes inside the exhibit with FIU’s director and curator Carol Damian.

Arts at Large

Low Tide Shopping at Swampspace

Interesting and introspective, Low Tide Shopping highlights the impact of the environment on people and vice versa. Heike Dempster goes inside the Swampspace exhibit.

Feature News

Dine In Movie Concept Reels ’Em In

Good food, first-run movies and popcorn delivered right to your seat without waiting in line? Michelle F. Solomon eats her way through the new AMC Dine In Movie concept in Fort Lauderdale.

Lights Up On Stage

Baby GirL Goes To New York

A South Florida playwright’s semi-autobiographical play is an official selection at The New York International Fringe Festival. Michelle F. Solomon talks to Kim Ehly about Baby GirL.

Artist Spotlight

Pauline Goldsmith: A Flowery Tale

Miami artist Pauline Goldsmith finds her muse in the organic world. Irene Sperber digs deep into this botanical wonderland.

Artist Spotlight

Michael Jones McKean Floats Above

In “we float above to spit and sing” at Emerson Dorsch Gallery, Michael Jones McKean presents his poetic interpretations of materialism and technology. Heike Dempster goes inside the exhibit.

The Shape of Things

ArtHouse Represents Miami’s Blossoming Creativity

Miami’s Downtown ArtHouse, a four pronged creative edifice encapsulates a quartet of founding organizations, but its presence is larger than that. Irene Sperber reports on her visit to the ArtHouse.

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