First ‘Wynwood’s King Mango Strut’ planned for Dec. 10

By | November 23rd, 2011 | No Comments
Coconut Grove King Mango Strut

In early December, the King Mango Strut, an annual parade in Coconut Grove, will roll through Wynwood for the first time ever. -- photo from worldtravels.com

One of the original organizers of the King Mango Strut, a satirical, eccentric annual parade in Coconut Grove, is planning to bring the festivities to Wynwood for the first time on Dec. 10.

“Wynwood’s King Mango Strut,” as organizer Glenn Terry has dubbed it, will be similar to the Grove parade but tailored to the neighborhood’s vibe, Terry said.

“It’s a mix of performance art and political satire, a lot like our Grove parade but with a greater emphasis on ‘art,’” he said in an email.

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At the Coconut Grove Arts Festival …

By | February 20th, 2011 | 2 Comments


… you see men of flesh and plaster bored in equal measure.


You see cars like this, and you’re only surprised you don’t see more.

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SoFla Artist Showcase ‘Natural Selection’ Ushers in Basel

By | November 30th, 2010 | No Comments

It was a soft opening to Art Basel week last night at the Coconut Grove Arts Festival Gallery exhibit, “Natural Selection”, a showcase of 45 young South Florida artists. Few of the works jumped out at me, but then they would have probably had to land on me to get my attention after I saw Paul Smith’s “Global Transiente”.

Paul Smith's "Global Transiente"

Don’t we all feel this way sometimes? No? Just me? Moving on. Here a few more pics from the event.

Guitartist

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