Post #378 • October 2, 2004, 8:33 AM • 14 Comments
Paula Harper for the Miami Herald: Exhibition lets artistic freedom run wild. Dr. Harper was my teacher back at UM. Dr. Harper was Alfredo Triff's teacher back at UM. We respect Dr. Harper.
Omar Sommereyns for the Street Weekly: Lucky 13: Who says artists don't need money? Check out who scored South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowships this year.
Alfredo Triff for the Miami New Times: The Unseen Haiti: An exhibit of contemporary sculpture will change your view of Haitian art. MNT hasn't linked their capsule reviews lately. Boo.
The Bitch covers continuing resistance to Museum Park for the New Times.
Michael Mills for the Broward/Palm Beach New Times: Just Like the Rest of Us: "Hispanic heritage" is hard to find at ArtServe and Gallery Six.
Jason Budjinski (et al., possibly) for the Broward/Palm Beach New Times: Artbeat.
UPDATE: Maria Jose Arjona, one of Miami's better talents and one of its best performance artists, got a mention in the New York Times. Except, apparently, we don't call it performance art any more. We call it performative art. That's what Vito Acconci says. Performative, of course, already means something else, and I hope you will join me in continuing to use the original term.
See you there: tonight Dorsch's shows close. Also, tonight the last Surreal Saturday at its present location - on SW 6 Street just east of 11 Avenue - takes place.