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Camera Shop mural restoration clicks in Delray Beach

Way back in 2007, before murals were a “thing”, the city of Delray had some money to spend on public art. Artist Dana Donaty had recently moved to the area and ran into arts advocate Gene Fisher, who connected her...

Artist uses his brush to turn Surfside’s pain into hope

Roberto Marquez flew from Dallas to Miami nearly two weeks ago, hoping to add his hands to those digging through the rubble of a fallen South Florida condo building. But once there, the muralist was disappointed to hear that...

Beyond Van Gogh: Starry Nights, Sunflowers and Immersive Madness

Miami is ready to be home to three enormous immersive installation exhibits.

West Palm Beach mural celebrates icons of the Civil Rights Movement

The mural shows the history of the civil rights movement through positivity and hope.

Christine Adele wows with abstract design for ArtiGras poster

Christine Adele's painting was selected as the winner of this year's commemorative poster for ArtiGras.

Boynton Beach 5th Biennial Kinetic Art Exhibit: A moving experience

Large scale sculptures and other displays at Boynton Beach's newly renovated Cultural Center.

Biscayne World: Ahol Sniffs Glue eyes a new mural and book

The beloved Miami-based street artist has a new mural and book at the Museum of Graffiti in Wynwood.

Superblue: Large-scale experiential art coming to Miami

A dynamic showcase of large-scale experiential artworks, from newly-created works to iconic installations.

The “7 Deadly Sins” are coming to Lincoln Road

This November, enjoy a live site-specific, socially distanced theatrical event in seven vacant storefronts.

Art Basel Miami 2020 officially canceled due to COVID-19

Due to the pandemic's impact, Art Basel announces the cancellation of its Miami Beach fair.
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