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The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU (JMOF-FIU) has enlisted the curatorial prowess of the pioneer gallerist Bernice Steinbaum for a fantastic selection of Florida Jewish art collectors to be featured in the upcoming exhibition, The Chosen: Selected Works from Florida Jewish Art Collectors. The exhibition will be on view November 4, 2014- March 8, 2015 with a Members' Preview on November 3rd.
This groundbreaking exhibit will showcase a prominent work chosen from a cadre of preeminent Jewish art collectors. Twenty collectors with strong ties to South Florida are generously loaning pieces for this unprecedented exhibit, representing varied passions from their prized collections. Many are pioneers of the local art scene, instrumental in
In Miami, Florida, Jewry is on the rise for the first time in 40 years. This is based on a study conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, which released its official findings of the new Miami Jewish population on Monday, October 13.
Over the last decade the Jewish population of Miami-Dade County increased from 113,000 in 2004, 9 percent to 123,000, according to the survey. This is slightly smaller than West Palm Beach and slightly larger than the Jewish community of Atlanta.
The premier art event that is Miami's Art Basel opened, and closed, last week in a five day mecca of art offerings for both the serious collector and the merely curious observer. From celebrities to students, press and collectors, more than 60,000 people descended upon the Miami Beach fair grounds for the showings, which kicked off with a VIP event on Wednesday.
The fair has become a winter wonderland of art enthusiasm for the international art community and the fair celebrated its tenth
Gil Dezer’s passion for cars was rooted in his psyche long before he revealed plans for the Porsche Design Tower in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida. Among the evidence: Dezer keeps a Porsche mounted on the wall of his condominium in Trump Palace, an earlier condo project that he developed.
When most people need a place to live in, they get enough money together and either rent an apartment or buy a house. But apparently in Florida, all one has to do is find an abandoned piece of property and just move right in.
According to an obscure real estate law in the Sunshine State, anyone can move into a house that has had no visible residents for an extended period, and legally claim to be its owner. The concept of “adverse possession” was established hundreds of years ago when