Send In The Clowns : a visit to The Bass

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The Bass, Miami Beach’s leading contemporary Art Museum has just re-opened after a spectacular  $12 million transformation by architects Arata Isozaki and David Gauld,with two brand new exciting Exhibits.  With Art Basel just about to literally annex the entire city, it seemed then the perfect time to check the ‘new’ Bass out. At the core of his … Continue reading



David LaChapelle comes to Town

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The fine-art  photographer David LaChapelle is making a stop on his World Tour in Miami to promote a two-volume project to complete his five-book, career-spanning anthology. In Lost + Found, Part I, LaChapelle unveils a visual record of the times we live in.     Together with Good News, Part II, it represents a sublime concluding chapter to … Continue reading



Wynwood can bring out the artist in you

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  Don’t want to cope with all the crowds in  Miami’s Wynwood Art District next week when Art Basel moves into town, then why don’t you stay at home and let the art come to you? Not only can you create the same art (well almost the same) as in the colorful murals that hug … Continue reading




The Tale of Two (Gay) Cities

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  There is literally physically barely 30 miles between Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale but the two LGBT communities couldn’t possibly more different if they tried.  This weekend is a prime example of their differences for whilst Miami hosts The White Party, the World’s largest and oldest HIV Fundraiser, at very the same time Fort … Continue reading



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