Archive for October 2010

Miami’s Living, Breathing Cuban Diaspora

This October’s ArtTable panel discussion at Books & Books in Coral Gables was quite fascinating. What a trip down a treasure-filled memory lane! Kudos to El Nuevo Herald art critic Adriana Herrera for putting together this panel on Miami’s Cuban Diaspora and of course to the panelists themselves: collector Arturo Mosquera and artists George Sanchez […]

Posted October 23, 2010 by elisa.turner in ArtCentric Blog, Uncategorized

Still Falling Hard for Art in Miami

Last night was the gallery walk in Wynwood, plus my birthday, so it was a double treat! As I live and breathe, I am still quite nuts about this very special art community in Miami. The evening began when Eric and I had a wonderful dinner at Fratelli Lyon in the Design District to celebrate. […]

Posted October 10, 2010 by elisa.turner in ArtCentric Blog, Uncategorized

Falling Hard for Art in Miami: "The Wolf" Sets the Pace

Miami’s captivating cultural chorus leads by example. Bravo for museums and galleries! They belong to exciting initiatives raising high the baton for the culturally curious. A symphony of sights, sounds, and ideas overtakes the city. As I live and breathe, Miami this fall is now a stimulating place for ideas to ferment in the outrageously […]

Posted October 1, 2010 by elisa.turner in ArtCentric Blog, Uncategorized

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