REVIEW: Venice Biennial – The Center or the Periphery?

By: Maya Castro Gutiérrez   What’s more interesting: the center or in the periphery? There are definitely pros and cons to both.

INTERVIEW: Michael Vasquez – Neighborhood Reclamation

By: Monica Uszerowicz   If New York has been accused of consistently mourning its past, then Miami has been accused of forgetting—obliterating—its own.

Visualpilots present -Luminessenz: Space is only Noise- at the SPRING/BREAK Art Show in New York

By: Maya Castro Gutiérrez   Mesmerizing its audience with both sound and visuals, the London-based creative team of Simon Hänggi and Christoph Thüer presented Luminessenz: Space is only Noise at the SPRING/BREAK Art Show during Armory Week in New York.

ART, BUSINESS, AND FAMILY: A CONVERSATION WITH BOOKS IIII BISCHOF

By: Camila Álvarez     The gentrification of Wynwood already feels like an old tale.

YURI TUMA: SHAPES, SYMMETRY AND THE SUBLIME

By: Camila Álvarez   Yuri Tuma is known as a photographer, but he is really a graphic designer who uses photography as both inspiration and raw material to create kaleidoscopic designs with the patterns he obtains as the result of the deconstruction of his images.

JOHNNY ROBLES: LEGITIMIZING CHILDHOOD

By: Camila Álvarez   It feels nice and chilly when I walk into the studio; everything seems to be in its right place.

A PEEK INTO AGUSTINA WOODGATE’S BRAIN

By: Camila Álvarez   Agustina Woodgate is an alchemist.

III POINTS’ 2ND ROUND ANNOUNCED!

By: Camila Álvarez   Our city is growing.