Art
Anna Lann gets "Moist" and surreal

Things get very, very strange in Anna Lann‘s new video “Moist”. It is a surrealists dream, or something that surrealist fans always dream to see: Weird but serene, strange but beautiful. The video has everything, from bondage and stockings to mushrooms and iceberg lettuce totems. And body paint. And dancers. And volcanos. We could not...
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Leitvox shares "Pale Love", an animated short movie

‘Pale Love’ is a short film produced and directed by the music producer Christian Cooley (AKA Leitvox). The film tells a story about a woman that takes a journey to a distant planet in search of questions rather than answers; to understand the importance of being able to step away from assumption, cultivate doubt and find...
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Stories from the Unknown

Angela Valella inherited her mother’s letters and notebooks, ending up with boxes and boxes of a prolific writer, who had handwritten or typewritten in every genre, from poetry to novels, essays and theater, auto biography and letters. Included were many of her drawings as well. Discovering all the worlds that her mother had kept secret,...
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This Weekend In Miami: Feb. 24-26

Saying there’s a lot going on this weekend is an understatement. Choose between your regular beloved venues or edgy festivals to get your dose of contemporary culture (aka party!). Friday Shameless Burlesque @ Kill Your Idol Lol Tolhurst (The Cure) DJ Set + Book Signing @ Gramps Saturday MIA Beer Co.’s 2nd Anniversary Party @ MIA Brewery WDNA...
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Maia Del Estal - Recent Works

Maia del Estal brings us a selection of her latest work, created in her recent visits to the city of Miami (2015-2017). She uses alternative or recycled material for her art, including large cardboard boxes (she leaves all markings on the boxes visible, incorporated into her work) and even old doors. This creates a strong...
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Future Feminism, Art and Shock; a conversation with Kembra Pfahler

Kembra Pfahler can be considered the godmother of modern day shock art. Her show The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black (TVHOKB) has her performing naked, her body covered with red paint. Enormous black wigs and black teeth have become a classic among the New York underground and an inspiration to many artists around the world....
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Life as a Staring Contest

This time I can feel the weight of a thousand stones upon my chest. Stains on a century. Subsequently growing tired of all the side talk. Misanthropes masquerading a feigned elegance. Peeling back the mirror. An elastic apparatus to keep the vagabonds off the bus bench. It’s my last stop before I’m lost in the...
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Graffiti for a Cause - Autism Awareness Art

On Saturday, December 3rd, El Xupet Negre and Chanoir will be unveiling a mural dedicated to the fight against autism. Located in Miami, the work will be a reminder to many people that autism is a very real issue for many families and individuals, and will inspire hope in those affected that their struggles are not ignored....
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Genealogía en Serie I - A Colombian Art showcase

On December 4th, during the closing acts of Miami Art week 2016, the exhibition “Genealogía en Serie I” will be presented at Blank Canvas Gallery. The show is produced by The Bird Movement in collaboration with the CITIC conservatory and Poetry of I. “Genealogía en Serie I” invites one to witness the progress of Colombia...
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Psychic Tv at Look Alive festival during Miami Art Week.

Friday December 2nd Psychic Tv brings their musical performance art to Churchill’s for the Look Alive festival during Miami Art Week. Forming in 1981 after the breakup of Throbbing Gristle, Genesis P-Orridge and Peter Christopherson formed the band Psychic Tv, an experimental music and video project which has taken on many metamorphosis throughout the years. From...
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Getting Ready for Miami Art Week - Too Much Love Survival Guide

Once again we hit that time of the year that some sectors of Miami seem to be preparing for all year long, Miami Art Week, plainly called “Basel” or “Art Basel” by most locals. The preparations, as usual, make the city blossom; fading murals change into new bright colors all over Wynwood and Allapattah, and...
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Too Much Love Goes Print!

Sometimes the title says it all. From here in the offices of Too Much Love Magazine we’re very happy to announce the release of our first print edition, on November 18th. This is a dream that has been hard to achieve, with many ups and downs in the process. But difficulties aside, we now will be...
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