Tag: Kelly Breez

Please join us on Friday, ​August 11th from 7pm – 10pm for MOBILIZE!, an exhibition and silent auction of curated protest signs by local artists.  100% of all proceeds raised at the silent auction will be donated to the ACLU of Florida to defend our civil liberties. Participating artists include Adler Guerrier, Alan Guitierrez, Alessandra Mondolfi, Amanda Keeley, […]

Community. It’s always been at the core of this magazine’s existence. It’s what has helped get us to our eleventh printed issue; it’s what inspires us to keep creating; it’s what fuels our desire to collaborate. While amadeus started off as a small project, it’s always been a project based on community and collaboration, and […]

Photo Courtesy of Monica McGivern The stone building on the corner of NE 39th Street and North Miami Avenue looks just as swanky as any other showroom in the high-end haven of the Design District. But there’s one major difference: Inside, instead of handbags and shoes more expensive than your monthly rent, there’s art. Really […]

Been keeping this quiet for a year now, finally ready to announce Kelly Breez’s collaboration with OBEY. Kelly Breez, the feature of the latest OBEY Artist Series – a multi-disciplinary artist and tropical person who lives and works in Miami. Some people call her the “Beverage Lord”. Working mostly monochromatically, she weaves a sharp eye for subtle […]

Words by Rosa Villa “The artists’ role in society is to point out nuances of the human condition that most people miss while they’re on their grinds.” When she’s not on her grind, artist Kelly Breez invites locals to gawk at her animated collection of derriere bookshelves and hanging aphorisms. At her solo exhibition at […]

Words by Dyllan Furness For Kelly Breez, if there’s one good thing to come out of the nightmare that is the Trump administration, it’s that she’s fucking fired up again. “Everything was pretty hunky-dory while Obama was still around,” she says. “I wasn’t thinking about politics so much. I was like a sleeping giant.” Then […]

Words by Nate Rabner  |  Photo by Monica McGivern Two walls of windows make Primary Projects’ new Design District gallery feel a little like a storefront, blending into the rows of furniture stores around it. But this is a showroom from another dimension. Monoliths clad in carpet swatches, glass, and flowers sprout from the floor […]