Oct ūüéÉ Yayoi Kusama, First Fridays, Art + Research Center Symposium, and more!

It’s decorative gourd season, Miami! Image: Yayoi Kusama, All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins, detail, 2016. Wood, mirror, plastic, acrylic, LED. Courtesy Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo/Singapore and Victoria Miro, London. ¬© Yayoi Kusama.
Yayoi Kusama
All The Eternal Love
I Have For The Pumpkins
¬†ICA¬†Miami presents a special off-site exhibition of renowned artist¬†Yayoi Kusama‚Äôs¬†All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins¬†(2016) in the Miami Design District, marking the first time that one of Kusama‚Äôs signature ‚ÄúInfinity Mirror Rooms‚ÄĚ will be on view in Miami.The exhibition will be open Thursdays through Sundays from 11am to 5pm. Admission will be free every Thursday on a first-come, first-serve basis beginning October 17, 2019.

Oct 12‚ÄďJan 31, 2019
11am‚Äď5pm
 Exhibition Hours
Timed Ticketing¬†on Friday‚ÄďSunday
Free Admission on Thursday
General admission $15
Members admission $10
Member sign-in required for special pricing

112 NE 41st St #106
Miami Design District

 

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Nader Art Museum Latin America¬†proudly presents¬†Latin American Art – Visions of Identity.

Nader Art Museum Latin America is pleased to present the exhibition Latin American Art РVisions of Identity. On view at Nader Art Museum Latin America from October 18 through November 30, 2019.
The purpose of this exhibition is to showcase the statement of individual artistic approaches to produce works moved by the interest of constructing a self-image and a representation of identity. The position in which each artist behaves in the world as an individual, their views about art and the illustration of their cultural backgrounds, contrary to the perception of a homogenous cultural ethnicity recognized by the establishment.
The exhibition overviews the misrepresentation and stereotypes of Latin American art through the contribution of well-known artists such as Lam and Matta to the development and history of modern and contemporary art. When looking to the work and life of these artists and others within Latin America and beyond, absorbing influences from places where they have practiced their art while responding to the forces of the local art environment that makes their artistic discourse universal.
Latin American is vast and speaks multiple languages, each having a unique social and cultural backgrounds containing a diverse landscape and peoples. Any effort to understand diversity and identity must embrace such multidimensional multiplicity of experiences.
Featuring works from the Nader Art Museum Latin America collection.
Soraya Abu Naba’ a
√Āngel Acosta Le√≥n
Pedro √Ālvarez
Cundo Berm√ļdez
Fernando Botero
Tony Capell√°n
Mario Carre√Īo
Alejandro Colunga
Luis Cruz Azaceta
Carlos Cruz-Diez
Fernando de Szyszlo
Arturo Duclos
Agustín Fernández
Pedro Figari
Julio Gal√°n
Guillermo Kuitca
Wifredo Lam
Matta
Manuel Mendive
Guillermo Mu√Īoz Vera
Carlos Mérida
Roberto Noboa
Amelia Pel√°ez
Rene Portocarrero
Omar Rayo
Rafael Soriano
Jes√ļs Rafael Soto
Oswaldo Vigas
Leoncio Villanueva
Jorge Zeno
When: October 18 through November 30, 2019.
Where: Nader Art Museum Latin America. 62 NE 27th Street, Miami, FL 33137
Hours:¬†Monday ‚Äď Saturday 10.00 am to 6.00 pm

Reflect, respect…

Combat Hippies: Words vs. War
Friday, October 4, 7
‚Äď8:30pm
What does a painting about war convey? How differently is it experienced by someone who has served in the military?¬†For The Wolfsonian’s Performance Month, the veterans of Combat Hippies invite us into a¬†spoken-word poetry session¬†as they “talk back” to art. Witness their deeply personal take, muse on the layered meanings contained in war-related images, and draw inspiration from the masters to form your own thoughtful response. Free and open to the public

AM√ČRICA TEV√Č PRESENTS: IRENE IN HAVANA

Shot clandestinely in Cuba, “Irene in Havana” is the story of a Spanish young rebel who travels to the island in search of answers and gets disillusioned knowing the reality of the Castro dictatorship.

The 30-minute short film revolves around a moving love story framed in the tragic process that Cubans over 60 years, have been living since the painful experience of exile.

Directed by prestigious filmmaker Lilo Vilaplana, with screenplay by journalist Juan Manuel Cao, the short film is played by Irene D√≠az, in her debut as an actress, and Ariel Texid√≥, one of Cuba’s and Latin America’s favorite actors in both television and cinema. Both accompanied by a stellar cast that brings together legendary career figures such as Mar√≠a Teresa Rojas, Sandra P√©rez, Carlos Cruz and Luis Felipe Bagos.

Vilaplana said that directing this script highly excited him with the challenge of filming in Cuba, as well as by touching on the subject of a massacre, distorted for over half a century by Castro’s propaganda. “Castrism should be denounced, due to its 60 years of impunity, and it is our responsibility to transgress, not keeping quiet and go on the offensive,” added Vilaplana. “The politicians must know that the island belongs to us, the Cubans and that we will recover it.”

For his part, Cao said that the conception of this script was a challenge. It was, nothing less than the first story about the shootings revealed in all the history of Cuban cinema. “And also,” noted Cao, “it’s a love story.”

For Irene D√≠az, filming in Havana and Miami was a transformative experience. “Participating in this project meant leaving the comfort zone, experimenting in an unknown area, breaking the routine,” said the young protagonist, a journalist by profession. “I can say that, in some respects, the character could have been I before moving to live in Miami.”

This production, marks a milestone in film and television industry of the United States, was conducted by Carlos Vasallo, Emilio Braun, Miguel Cossío and Marcell Felipe. The clandestine filming in Havana was a huge technical and logistical effort carried out by an experienced technical team who challenged the ferocious controls imposed by the Cuban authorities.

Vasallo, President of America CV Network, commented that this production reaffirms Am√©rica TeV√©’s commitment with the history of the Cuban exile and the South Florida community.

“We are proud to produce this short film, which marks a milestone in the Cuban filmography,” noted Mr. Vasallo. “We risk filming clandestinely in Cuba and where we are gathering the fruits of our efforts with unique work that excels both in direction and performance showing that when you strive you can obtain anything you work for.”

America CV Network’s VP, Emilio Braun, pointed out that this short film kicks off a new effort in the company. “We will start producing much more content with this type of format that are very attractive focusing on specific niches that viewers are looking for,” added Braun.

The film will premiere on Tuesday, November 27th at 8 p.m. at the Manuel Artime Theater in Little Havana at 900 SW 1 Street, Miami, 33130. Free admission in order of arrival. 800 person capacity.

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Miami Cross Bay Express Service

It‚Äôs here! On October 18, the City of Miami launched the Miami Cross Bay Express ‚Äď connecting the City to Miami Beach. The City is committed to providing mobility solutions to make Miami a more resilient city.

Fare: $5 fare (each direction)
Frequency: every 30 minutes
Hours: Noon to Midnight, 7 days a week
Capacity: 66 passengers per vehicle
Miami Stops: Bayside Marketplace, Frost Museum
Miami Beach Stop: Washington Avenue and 5th Street

NEARLY 26 MILLION VIEWERS HAVE TUNED IN TO TELEMUNDO‚ÄôS WORLD CUP COVERAGE IN FIRST 10 DAYS

Hirving Lozano and Jesus Gallardo rejoice after Lozano’s goal gave Mexico a 1-0 lead over Germany on Sunday. The score held up for the remainder of the game. Credit Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

Telemundo Deportes’ Digital Presentation Surpasses All Previous Spanish-Language World Cup Records with 74.4 Million Total Livestreams

Telemundo Continues To Dominate Among Adults 18-49 in Largest Hispanic Markets

Telemundo Deportes‚Äô exclusive Spanish-language presentation of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia‚ĄĘ continues to captivate the Hispanic audience as¬†the network‚Äôs World Cup broadcast reached 25.7 million viewers in the first 10 days¬†of the tournament‚Äôs Group Stage (29 matches through¬†Saturday), according to fast cumulative data provided by Nielsen.

The network’s increasing national visibility has been mirrored by dominance in local markets.  Through Sunday (32 game windows), World Cup matches on Telemundo have ranked #1 among Adults 18-49 in Spanish-language 92% of the time in the Top 14 Hispanic markets with Local People Meters (410 of 448 windows in those markets).

Telemundo Deportes‚Äô digital presentation also continued its record setting pace. After¬†surpassing 1 BILLION live minutes¬†on Saturday, the platform yesterday hit 74.4 million total livestreams for the tournament ‚Äď setting a¬†Spanish-language livestream record for an entire World Cup. Telemundo Deportes, only 11 days into the tournament, exceeded the prior mark by more than one million livestreams (73 million in 2014).

Additional World Cup viewership highlights to date:

  • Telemundo has broadcast two of the nine most-watched Spanish-language matches in World Cup history (396 matches, including World Cup finals, since 1994);
  • Telemundo posted nine consecutive days of daytime record-breaking viewership (Friday 6/15-Saturday 6/23);
  • The June 17 Mexico-Germany game is the most-watched World Cup match on any network this year (based on latest available data) and is the most-watched World Cup Group Stage game ever on Spanish-language TV (since 1994);
  • Telemundo Deportes‚Äô peak concurrent livestreams (665,000) for the June 23 Mexico-South Korea is the largest non-Super Bowl total in NBC Sports Digital history.
  • Mexico-South Korea match is the most-watched livestream event in Spanish-language history.
  • Tournament to date, Telemundo Deportes has added over 100,000 social fans. In the last 7 days, fans have generated over 4,000 comments and 6,000 shares per day.

CARDI B, J BALVIN, KAROL G, QUAVO Y RICKY MARTIN EN LOS PREMIOS BILLBOARD DE LA M√öSICA LATINA

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Cardi B

Miami, FL ‚Äď 5 de abril de 2018 ‚Äď Telemundo anunci√≥ hoy m√°s s√ļper estrellas de la m√ļsica que se suman a la lista de artistas a presentarse durante los pr√≥ximos Premios Billboard de la M√ļsica Latina 2018. La rapera y gigante de las redes sociales, Cardi B, el popular cantante colombiano, J Balvin, la cantautora colombiana de reggaet√≥n, Karol G, el reconocido rapero, cantautor y productor, Quavo, y la estrella internacional Ricky Martin se unen a la lista de artistas confirmados para cantar durante la ceremonia, que incluyen a Calibre 50, Chayanne, Christian Nodal, CNCO, Maluma, Man√°, Nicky Jam, Ozuna y Sof√≠a Reyes. La premiaci√≥n de mayor prestigio en la industria de la m√ļsica latina se encuentra celebrando 20 a√Īos de transmisi√≥n ininterrumpida por Telemundo, y se transmitir√° en vivo el jueves, 26 de abril a las 7pm/6c, comenzando con la llegada de las estrellas a la alfombra roja al Mandalay Bay Events Center en Las Vegas, Nevada. El show tambi√©n se transmitir√° simult√°neamente por el canal de cable hispano de entretenimiento, Universo. Los boletos para el show ya est√°n ya a la venta a trav√©s de AXS.com, la taquilla del Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino y llamando al (702) 632-7777.

Desde ser una celebridad en Internet a ocupar los primeros lugares de las listas, la carrera musical de Cardi B se catapult√≥ a niveles nunca antes vistos en la industria de la m√ļsica. Ella irrumpi√≥ en el a√Īo 2017, cuando se convirti√≥ en el tercer acto art√≠stico y primera rapera en toda la historia en ubicar simult√°neamente, sus primeras tres entradas a la lista Billboard Hot 100, dentro de los primeros 10, uni√©ndose a The Beatles y Ashanti en el logro de esta proeza. El √©xito debut de Cardi B, “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)”, estuvo tres semanas en el No. 1 de la lista Hot 100, lo que la convirti√≥ en la segunda mujer rapera en llegar al Hot 100, despu√©s de Lauryn Hill con “Doo Wop (That Thing)” en 1998. Cardi B lleg√≥ a la posici√≥n #1 en la lista Billboard Hot Latin Songs con la colaboraci√≥n de Ozuna en “La Modelo”. En la actualidad, la rapera est√° preparada para el lanzamiento el 6 de abril de su √°lbum debut Invasion of Privacy (Invasi√≥n de la Privacidad).

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J.Balvin

Como finalista para 12 premios este a√Īo, J Balvin contin√ļa fortaleciendo su cadena de √©xitos que ya cuenta con sus recientes lanzamientos de ‚ÄúMachika” y la colaboraci√≥n con Nicky Jam, “X”. Su exitoso sencillo ‚ÄúMi Gente‚ÄĚ con Willy Williams, feat. Beyonc√©, lleg√≥ al No. 3 en la lista Billboard Hot 100 en 2017 y se sostuvo en el top 10 durante siete semanas. Tiene un total de 25 entradas en la lista Billboard Hot Latin Songs, cuatro de las cuales lideraron la misma, incluyendo “Mi Gente”, que estuvo durante 12 semanas consecutivas, mientras su √©xito de 2015, “Ginza”, se sostuvo en la primera posici√≥n durante 22 semanas consecutivas. Su √°lbum Energ√≠a debut√≥ en el No. 1 de la lista Billboard Top Latin Albums en 2016.

La finalista de este a√Īo para Top Latin Albums Artista del A√Īo, Femenino, la cantautora colombiana de reggaet√≥n Karol G, es una de las voces femeninas l√≠deres de la m√ļsica latina urbana. Karol G ha registrado cinco canciones en la lista Billboard Hot Latin Songs, una de las cuales lleg√≥ al top 10: ‚ÄúAhora Me Llama‚ÄĚ con Bad Bunny. Su √°lbum debut, Unstoppable (Imparable), que se lanz√≥ en octubre pasado, debutando en el No. 2 en la lista Billboard Top Latin Albums, se sostiene establemente en el top 20. M√°s recientemente, est√° recopilando cr√≠ticas muy favorables para su nuevo video musical de verano “Tu Pum Pum”, con Shaggy.

El rapero multi-platino, Quavo, se encuentra celebrando el gran √©xito de su √°lbum con Migos‚Äô Culture II. Junto a Offset y Takeoff, ayud√≥ a formar el trio de hip-hop/trap Migos en 2009 y lanzaron su primera mezcla, ‚ÄúJuug Season‚ÄĚ en el 2011 y ‚ÄúNo Label‚ÄĚ en el 2012. Sin embargo, no fue hasta el lanzamiento de ‚ÄúVersace‚ÄĚ de su mezcla en el 2013 titulada ‚ÄúYoung Rich N*ggas,‚ÄĚ que les dio el salto a la fama. La canci√≥n fue todo un √©xito, recibiendo a√ļn m√°s exposici√≥n cuando Drake produjo una remezcla. En 2014, Quavo fue nombrado ‚Äúrapero m√°s influyente‚ÄĚ por la comunidad de hip-hop en l√≠nea Complex Music. En los a√Īos siguientes, el apareci√≥ en m√°s lanzamientos con Migos, como Yung Rich Nation (2015), Culture (2017), y Culture II (2018).

En medio de una muy exitosa residencia en el Park Theater de Las Vegas y reci√©n terminando su aclamada interpretaci√≥n en la popular serie ‚ÄúThe Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story‚ÄĚ, Ricky Martin regresa al escenario de los Premios Billboard de la M√ļsica Latina. El multi-premiado artista ha liderado la lista Billboard Hot Latin Songs once veces, con √©xitos que incluyen “Livin’ La Vida Loca”, que se mantuvo nueve semanas en el No.1 en 1999, “Solo Quiero Amarte”, durante cuatro semanas y “Tal Vez”, durante once semanas en 2003. El reconocido artista internacional ha logrado posicionar un total de 47 canciones en las listas. Este mes Ricky Martin logr√≥ posicionar su canci√≥n n√ļmero 37 en el top 10 de la lista Latin Pop Songs Airplay con su nuevo √©xito ‚ÄúFiebre‚ÄĚ, ft. Wisin & Yandel.

Los Premios Billboard de la M√ļsica Latina, que ser√°n conducidos este a√Īo por las personalidades de televisi√≥n Gaby Espino y Marco Antonio Regil, son los √ļnicos en honrar los √°lbumes, canciones, e int√©rpretes m√°s populares en la m√ļsica latina, seg√ļn los resultados de ventas reales, “streaming”, transmisiones radiales, y redes sociales que proveen informaci√≥n a las listas semanales de Billboard durante el periodo de un a√Īo desde la edici√≥n con fecha del 4 de febrero de 2017, hasta la emisi√≥n del 27 de enero de este a√Īo. Con base en la venta de √°lbumes, ventas digitales, los datos de “streaming” e informaci√≥n radial analizada y suministrados por Nielsen Music y los datos de las redes sociales entregados por Next Big Sound, la clasificaci√≥n de Billboard representa las listas de la m√ļsica de mayor autoridad de todo el mundo. Los finalistas y los posibles ganadores reflejan el desempe√Īo de las nuevas grabaciones de √°lbumes y listas de canciones de Billboard, incluyendo las listas Top Latin √Ālbums y Hot Latin Songs, Latin Streaming Songs y Latin Digital Songs, entre otros.

La premiaci√≥n es la culminaci√≥n de la Conferencia Billboard de la M√ļsica Latina, que tendr√° lugar del 23 al 26 de abril en el Venetian de Las Vegas, Nevada. Ahora en su vig√©sima novena edici√≥n, la conferencia es el evento m√°s grande y con m√°s trayectoria dedicado a la industria de la m√ļsica latina. La conferencia es considerada un evento imprescindible para los principales ejecutivos y artistas de la industria de la m√ļsica, incluyendo los m√°s grandes artistas, presidentes de sellos discogr√°ficos, agentes, promotores, l√≠deres de mercadeo y publicidad, ejecutivos de radio, adem√°s de aquellas personas que se encuentran dando sus primeros pasos dentro del negocio de la m√ļsica. Para m√°s informaci√≥n sobre la Conferencia de M√ļsica Latina de Billboard, incluyendo registraci√≥n, visite http://www.BillboardLatinConference.com o envi√© un correo electr√≥nico a conferences@billboard.com.

14 Ways To Make Journaling One Of The Best Things You Do In 2018 ‚ÄĒ Thought Catalog

@MagdalenaRikanovicThe list of successful and wise and brilliant people who made time to journal is almost unbelievable: Oscar Wilde, Susan Sontag, Marcus Aurelius, John Quincy Adams, Anne Frank, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Virginia Woolf, Henry David Thoreau, Joan Didion. And those are just the people we know about, who talked about it, who didn’t ask that…

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