Art

UNIT LONDON

“We’ve always been inspired by incredible artists. And we’ve also had a sort of disdain for the art gallery world”

UNIT LONDON
ArtKristia Watkins

Steph Wilson

Whether it’s a nipple demurely covered by a fried egg, a windblown angelic face or a woman swallowing a snake that makes you wonder just how far it can fit inside her body, she’s pushing boundaries.

ArtKristia Watkins
Steph Wilson
ArtKristia Watkins

Clyde Butcher

For over 50 years, Butcher has been honing into his “oneness with nature” and sharing that with the public through his photographs, some in color but most in black and white.

ArtKristia Watkins
Clyde Butcher
ArtKristia Watkins

Johnny Robles

“For instance, I’ll set myself up with parameters and start building a frame from wood, and then I’ll explore what should go inside,” he said. “In the end, the frame might, or might not, exist.”

ArtKristia Watkins
Johnny Robles
ArtKristia Watkins

MR Herget

“Everything I want to happen I’m going to make happen… I’m going to be the magician in my own life,” he said. “ It sounds crazy to a lot of people, but you can’t doubt results.”

ArtKristia Watkins
MR Herget
ArtIsabella Cueto

The Golem of Havana

The Colony Theater on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach was filled with the sounds of Cuba as The Golem of Havana, a new musical by Miami New Drama took the stage for a packed house.

ArtIsabella Cueto
The Golem of Havana
ArtKristia Watkins

Carlos Quintana

As a method to cure the madness of the world around him, Cuban artist Carlos Quintana adopted drawing, tracing figures all around him, even on the walls of his childhood home (much to his mother’s chagrin).

ArtKristia Watkins
Carlos Quintana
ArtEliam Coro

Mariana Monteagudo

For Mariana Monteagudo, Venezuelan-born sculptor, art isn’t something to be set aside after the completion of the latest project. No, art and her daily life “are so entangled that [it] is almost impossible to separate one from the other,” she said.

ArtEliam Coro
Mariana Monteagudo