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View of Ebony G. Patterson’s “…while the dew is still on the roses…” at Pérez Art Museum Miami, 2018–19.
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Monica Uszerowicz

When C. Austin Miles wrote “In the Garden,”(1) a 1912 gospel hymn that speaks of quiet joy and equally silent pain, he was in a basement, no garden in sight, entranced by a vision of the meeting of Jesus and Mary. “I seemed to be standing at the entrance of... continue reading
Art Basel Miami Beach

ART BASEL, Miami

View of Art Basel Miami Beach 2017.
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Ricardo Mor

Remember to React. Jenny Holzer is trying to tell us something. She has been trying to tell us something since the early 1980s, when she conceived her “Survival” series, from which that sentence emerged. If you’re looking closely, it’s one of the first things you’ll see at Art Basel Miami... continue reading
Art Basel Miami Beach

ART BASEL, Miami

View of Art Basel Miami Beach 2016. © Art Basel.
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Monica Uszerowicz

It has been hard, lately, to think about art. I don’t mean to imply that art isn’t powerful, transformative, or even a necessary distraction. The problem, really, is that it’s been hard to think about anything besides the new president-elect, or how every check I deposit helps fund the poisoning... continue reading
Art Basel Miami Beach

ART BASEL, Miami

View of Art Basel Miami Beach, 2015.
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Direlia Lazo

As is appropriate for its place in the calendar, Art Basel Miami Beach is a fair of reaffirmations and revisitations rather than new discoveries. Its great achievement has been, over its 14 years, to stimulate the artistic life of the city in which it takes place. More broadly, there are... continue reading
Art Basel Miami Beach

ART BASEL, Miami

View of Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami, 2014.
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Nickolas Calabrese

The site of the apocalypse is not spatial, but temporal, and right now it is in Miami. Every December, clouds of glowering collectors stumble onto and through each other, fingering abstract paintings and driving rented Lambos. Perversely, beyond the work of certain depraved dealers, conniving collectors, and the substandard artists... continue reading
Art Basel Miami Beach

ART BASEL, Miami

View of Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami, 2013.
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Karen Archey

Within sixty seconds of walking into the Miami Beach Convention Center, I had already seen two White Men Wearing Google Glass(1)—a new, supremely annoying demographic fitting seamlessly into the obnoxious displays of wealth that have long characterized Art Basel Miami Beach. Admittedly, there isn’t much surprising about the presence of... continue reading

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