Miami Art Week Madness is reaching its apex, sorta

The geometric design that uses mirrors and metal pieces at Design Miami 2016. Carl Juste

So, do you still care about art? Or are you feeling like this…

Ted Noten’s piece is a must-see inside the exhibition space at Ornamentum at Design Miami. CARL JUSTE

What are they doing to you, little turtle? It looks like they are Clockwork Orange-ing the poor guy into watching one more piece of performance art. Hang in there!

Last night was a great night for Patricia Field, designer/stylist/artist extraordinaire, best known for providing the funky fashion for shows like “Sex and the City.” She had an event at White Dot Gallery that was a freaky fashion explosion. Here’s evidence. 

Because your eyebrows have to match your hair, obvio. 

Those little black elastic bands are working OVERTIME. 

“Let them eat CAKE!”

Read more about the whole affair here.  

In Miami Art Week 2017 news, the Miami Herald’s bayfront graveyard will be the next venue for Art Miami, the Herald reported. That should be fun, but parking downtown next year is going to be the fourth ring of Dante’s inferno. Yay! 

Also reported by the Miami Herald, artists Mary Mihelic and David Gleeson, whose Trump campaign tour bus exhibit (which is adorned with slogans like “Save Water. Only waterboard on Mon/Wed/Fri”), got dumped by Red Dot fair but have found a new spot to set up shop in Wynwood. 

Celebrity sitings have been a plenty this week including, but not limited to: BABS!, Martha Stewart, Hayden Panettiere and many more. Read all about it.’s Snapchat went live last night, covering the most bizarre yet exquisite Art Week event, the Super 8 art giveaway in Wynwood. Find us on Le Snapchat so you can relive it. 

Here’s a sneak peek.

Here are the major openings still left for the weekend: 


11 a.m. Miami Project fair opens. 6625 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach.

8:30 p.m. “Maurizio Cattelan: Be Right Back” by Maura Axelrod will be shown as part of Art Basel’s film series at the Colony Theater. 1040 Lincoln Road.


3 p.m. Traffic Jam live performance at Miami Dade College. Biscayne Boulevard parking lot between Northeast Fifth and Sixth streets.


9:30 a.m. Breakfast in the Park at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU presents Judy Pfaff. Florida International University, 10975 Southwest 17th Street, Miami.

10 a.m. Brunch and discussion about Donald Sultan’s “The Disaster Paintings” at the University of Miami’s Lowe Art Museum. 1301 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables.

6 p.m. Most fairs and exhibits close.