We are thrilled and honored to be part of an amazing Faena Hotel Miami Beach team, winning Florida’s best hotel by Conde Nast Traveler. From the most-photographed Damien Hirst golden woolly mammath skeleton to the 100,000 square feet of pristine private beach, Faena enchants and inspires.
Faena Hotel Miami Beach will be pushing boundaries during Miami Art Week this December with commissioned installations comprising This is Not America. This is Not America is anchored by Alfredo Jaar’s groundbreaking work, A Logo for America, and features major new commissions of installations and performances by Derrick Adams, Cecilia Bengolea, Isabel Lewis, Luna Paiva, Tavares Strachan, and Wu Tsang and boychild, among others, that explore how we choose to define our sense of place in ways that encourage dynamic identities that transcend–and even resist–the imposition of physical, historical, and political borders.
Dive into the Miami ocean stylishly and with a cause wearing this new swimwear line made with plastic recyclable materials by couple Isabella Cisneros and Ramiro Carranza.
Say “cheese”…or “#MIA #Most #Instagrammed.” Just behind New York and Los Angeles, Miami is the third most Instagrammed city in the United States according to a hashtag-based study done by Holidu.
South Beach just got a throwback speakeasy spot named Jezebel, serving classic cocktails and late-night bites, in the old MOVA Lounge space right off of Lincoln Road Mall on Michigan Avenue.
Get your boots because Labor Day weekend just took a southern turn. Tequila Bay Country Music Festival is full of music, food and TEQUILA on the shores of Biscayne Bay.
Traditional weathervanes turn into internet-connected headless chickens that morph and move based on the media climate in Whithervanes, a Locust Project, on exhibit atop three Miami buildings.
EATS: Sunset Harbour welcomes Matthew Sherman’s latest culinary venture: Paradigm. The restaurant features clean soul food, inspired by Sherman’s own health journey.
ARTS: Patrick Glemaud opens politically charged exhibit “America Banned” at his art gallery Macaya just in time to spark conversation before the 2016 Presidential Election. Artists featured include Chor Boogie, Stuart Sheldon, and Ashley Reid.
HALLOWEEN: Monsters, goblins and ghosts, oh my! It’s that time of year and here’s where Miami adults can join the ghoulish fun without the “trick-or-treat.”
In for a scare? Here are Miami’s best haunted sites to visit this Halloween!