Friday, April 16, 2021

affair of the arts

Delray Affair Skips Another Year, But an Alternate Art Fair Springs...

Fans of the Delray Affair will have to wait yet another year to enjoy the festival in its traditional form. Festival...
cornell museum

No Theme, No Problem: Random Rules at Cornell Museum Exhibition

Themed exhibitions have been the focus of the Cornell Art Museum since the galleries transitioned to a contemporary art aesthetic in...
Outsider art

Boca Museum Shines Light on Outsider Artists’ Feverish Visions

There is a certain liberation that comes with painting for painting’s sake—without aspirations for gallery representation, for remuneration, for one’s name...
Mira Lehr

Mira Lehr’s “Planetary” Exhibit Stuns at Boca Gallery

“I am concerned that time is running out for our planet Earth.” It’s a dire statement that hits...
Norton Museum

Norton Exhibit Reveals How, Even in Hardship, “Art Finds a Way”

“Art Finds a Way,” one of three exhibitions the Norton Museum opened this month, is a study in prophetic power. Curated...

Return to (Almost) Normal? 10 Live, In-Person A&E Events To Check...

Like a timid chick easing its way out of its egg, live arts and entertainment have gradually, methodically, carefully returned to...
NSU Art Museum

New South Florida-based Art Provokes, Impresses at NSU Art Museum

The artists of the tri-county area have much to celebrate, as evidenced by “New Art South Florida,” the NSU Art Museum’s...
Boca Museum

Boca Museum Bands Artists, Patrons Together for Online Fundraiser

As an in-person gathering, the Boca Raton Museum of Art’s annual January fundraiser has become one of the infinite casualties of...
Art Festival

W.P.B. Art Festival Returns to Rosemary Square This Weekend

“Normal life,” a concept out of reach for months, continues its gradual emergence on the horizon. In the A&E world, this...
arts warehouse

Reopened Arts Warehouse Exhibitions Explore Climate, Surveillance

After experiencing Agata Ren’s new performance art/installation at Arts Warehouse, I may never look at a pile of discarded tree trunks...