Archive for the ‘Miami’ Category

Based loosely on the Goldilocks story, Jennifer Rubell’s installation consists of forty crock pots of porridge, brown sugar, and raisins.  The installation is the ninth time she has staged a breakfast at The Rubell Family Collection and this year it breaks through the back security wall of the collection, inviting guests, like the three bears, […]


Works are selling at Art Basel Miami Beach but the buzz of years past has dissipated, leading to a less crowded fair where galleries can do business and collectors can peruse with slightly less fanfare. According to The New York Times, the blue-chip galleries Gagosian, David Zwirner, Pace and Andrea Rosen are all making sales and […]


Miami Fair:  Big Pieces, Smaller Prices and Relief (NY Times) Tweaking the Big Money Art World on Its Own Turf:  William Powhida (NY Times) A Rembrandt Identity Crisis at the Getty (NY Times) Peter Zumthor, Michael Govan Plot LACMA’s Future (LA Times) The Worlds of David Hockney (LA Times) Sizzle Sans Steak and other New […]


Jeff Koons:  New Paintings at Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills features ten oil on canvas paintings that breath new life into Koons’ tradition of questioning taste, banality, sexuality, and consumerism.  The multilayered paintings are either 9 x 12 feet or 9 x 7 feet and the dominant colors are graffiti tinged silver, verdant green, and […]


Tim Burton at the Museum of Modern Art (NY Times) Gift Guide:  Critics Select the Best Art & Architecture Books (NY Times) A Survey Shows Pain of Recession for Artists (NY Times) Rembrandt Real and Fake at Getty Museum (LA Times) Art Review:  Tomoo Gokita at Honor Fraser Gallery (LA Times) Russians are Collecting Used […]


  Here’s How to Rescue a Museum on the Brink (NY Times) What Recession?  London Gets New Contemporary Spaces (The Art Newspaper) All’s Not Fair in Miami (WSJ) Modern Art Showcase Expands, Hoping to Revitalize a London Area (NY Times) Rosa Martinez on Anish Kapoor’s ‘Islamic Mirror’ (ARTINFO) From Mexico, with Love and Violence (NY […]


By Emily Waldorf My good friend from Paris, Maude Michali of Michali Fine Art, is presenting an exciting exhibition of large-scale color photographs from the mid-career artist Kimiko Yoshida as a permanent event at this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach, which will remain installed at the gallery through December 28, 2008.  Kimiko Yoshida, a Japanese […]