Lisa Morales

Lisa Morales is a marketing and publication relations director by day and writer by night. She holds an Honors B.A. in Cinema Studies and English Literature from the University of Toronto, and a certificate in Business Administration and Radio and Television Arts, from Ryerson University.
PULSE Art Fair Miami 2019 Miami Art Week 2019 Recap, Part III – Five PULSE Art Fair Artists To Get to Know Better

Art Fairs, Art News |

PULSE Art Fair concluded its 15th anniversary presentation with the new (acting) director, Cristina Salmastrelli at the helm. The Fair included new activations including bilingual programming and onsite restaurant, Malibu Farm. While there was a lot to see...

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SCOPE Miami 2019 Miami Art Week 2019 Recap, Part II – Museum-Quality Gallery Presentations at SCOPE

Art Fairs, Art News |

This weekend, SCOPE Miami Beach is ready to wrap up a highly successful 19th edition, showcasing a diverse range of 137 contemporary exhibitors. New to the pavilion was OASIS, an experiential multidisciplinary program located in the expanded Atrium. OASIS...

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Art Basel Miami Beach Convention Center 2019 Miami Art Week 2019 Recap, Part I – Art Basel is Bigger and Better

Art Fairs, Art News |

On December 4th Art Basel Miami opened its doors to media and VIP guests beginning with a press conference with speakers Laurel Lee, Secretary of State, Florida; Dan Gelber, Mayor, Miami Beach; Marc Spiegler, Global Director, Art Basel; Noah Horowitz,...

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Poetics of Democracy Installation View Museo Reina Sofia Artistic Voices No Longer in the Shadows – The Poetics of Democracy at Museo Reina Sofia

Art Exhibitions, Review |

The Poetics of Democracy: Images and Counter-Images from the Spanish Transition at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, will close on November 25, 2019. This date marks forty-four years since the death of Spanish dictator, Francisco...

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Victor Mahana Meiosis A Deeper Look – OG Kush at Alfa Gallery

Art Exhibitions, Review |

On July 4th, OG Kush, a group exhibition, opened at Alfa Gallery in Miami. On a day when we celebrate liberty, this show celebrates the independence of thought and discussion. Where the legalization of cannabis still is a subject of political debate, OG Kush...

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Art Wynwood 2019 by Michelle VanTine Photography Here Are the Gallery Highlights of Art Wynwood 2019

Art Fairs, Review |

Art Wynwood wrapped up its eighth edition at the close of a very busy President’s Day Weekend (February 15th to 18th, 2019), Other major events that also took place on the long weekend, didn’t deter a steady crowd of art collectors, curators, advisors and...

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Rachel Esterline - #0250 "lil rocket" Miea, 2013-2018 Altered Perspectives – Female Artists on the Rise

Art Fairs |

Although the majority of graduates from fine arts programs are women, representation at galleries and art fairs still remains lopsided. However, art fairs such as Art Basel and other satellite fairs seem to be making advances in providing more opportunities...

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SCOPE Miami Beach 2918 Exterior Surveying the SCOPE Newcomers 2018 in Miami Beach

Art Fairs, Review |

Now in its 18th edition, SCOPE Miami Beach continues its mission to provide a platform of discovery. Following a highly successful opening night, thousands more visitors will enter the fair’s beachfront pavilion each day and visit a diverse range of over...

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Art Basel Miami Beach 2018 Art Basel Miami Beach 2018 – Crossroads of the Creative Class of the Americas

Art Fairs, Review |

The 17th Edition of Art Basel Miami Beach opened its doors to the public at the newly renovated Miami Beach Convention Center. Rid of its construction woes, guests will now find easy access from both the west and east sides; convenient valet parking; plus...

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Albedo by Tomas Saraceno for Aerocene Installation View Albedo by Tomas Saraceno for Aerocene Presented in Miami

Review |

On Tuesday, December 4th, the start of Miami Art Week 2018, members of the press and special guests were invited to a preview of Albedo, a large-scale temporal pavilion and public installation developed by Tomás Saraceno for Aerocene, and presented by...

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Mira Lehr, Tracing the Red Thread at Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami Trace the Red Thread and See Where it Leads – Mira Lehr at MOCA North Miami

Art Exhibitions, Review |

Time’s running out. Mira Lehr’s Tracing the Red Thread at the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA) ends on November 4th. Time is also running out on experiencing this exhibition as discourse and the journey as didactic. Being spiritually...

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Monarchs Installation View Migration and Metaphors at MoCA North Miami

Art Exhibitions, Review |

Many of us are immigrants. Some of us are refugees, and most of us are migrants in one form or another. Whether we move from our childhood home to another place in the same or different city (near or far), we have all left something behind, packed our baggage...

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Art Wynwood 2018 Art “In Our Hands” – Highlights of Art Wynwood 2018

Art Fairs, Review |

From February 15th-19th, 2018, the seventh edition of Art Wynwood welcomed more than 25,500 guests to its new location, the former site of the Miami Herald that overlooks beautiful Biscayne Bay in Downtown Miami. Art collectors and enthusiasts could find...

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Exterior of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami. Photo by Iwan Baan Time In Our Hands: ICA Miami’s The Everywhere Studio

Art Exhibitions, Review |

The Everywhere Studio at the Institute of Contemporary Art Miami (ICA Miami) is for everyone. It is engaging, educational and inspiring. Don’t miss this opportunity to see about 100 pivotal works by over fifty artists from the post-war period to the...

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SCOPE Miami Beach Exterior 2017, Photo Credit | Lisa Morales A Look at Exhibitor Highlights of SCOPE Miami Beach 2017

Art Fairs |

Following a successful opening night, SCOPE Miami Beach has opened to the public and is receiving thousands of eager visitors seeking the latest in contemporary art. The 17th edition of SCOPE features 140 exhibitors from 25 countries and 60 cities. This...

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Frank Stella - Fortin de las Flores, 1966 Running Across the Canvas and Art History with Frank Stella

Art Exhibitions, Review |

When it comes to art exhibitions and events, Fort Lauderdale in Florida always seems to be behind and less “hip” than its neighbor to the South – Miami. After all, Miami is home to Art Basel/Miami Art Week, has PAMM and ICA, plus a handful of...

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