By Constantine Manos: The subject of American Color/Florida Pictures is photographs, made in Florida, but not meant to compromise a general or definitive statement about our country or its people. These images are a collection of specific moments selected from a narrow spectrum of public places and events. Presented without the constraints of captions, these […]
Each year MSPF showcases the best contemporary street photography in the world. A panel of internationally accomplished street photographers selected 99 images as this year’s MSPF Finalists. The featured artists, including several world known Magnum photographers, selected the winner who was honored with the 2017 MSPF Award. Congratulations to the winner, Hugo Aymar, of France. […]
In conjunction with the Miami Street Photography Festival, HistoryMiami Museum will feature an outdoor photography exhibition on the plaza. the photos, taken from HistoryMiami’s archives, are from the Miami News Collection. Founded in 1896 as the Miami Metropolis, the Miami News was Miami’s evening newspaper for many years. In the 1940s, the News began using […]
Register now for our Opening Event on October 26! Click here. South Beach, 1974-1990: Photographs of a Jewish Community explores South Beach the way it was. During the 1970s and 1980s, highlighted photographers Gay Block, Gary Monroe, Richard Nagler, David Scheinbaum, and Andy Sweet each undertook long-term documentation projects of South Beach, before the neighborhood […]
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Sponsored by On August 24, 1992, Hurricane Andrew made landfall in South Florida and devastated our community. At the time, “The Big One,” as the storm came to be known, was the most destructive hurricane in U.S. history. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the storm, and HistoryMiami Museum is recognizing this seminal […]
In 1967, the Miami Herald published the first edition of Tropic, a weekend magazine. Over the next 31 years, the magazine would win awards and the hearts of South Floridians. During the early 1990s, one weekly feature, called “Tropical Wildlife: Distinctive Markings of South Florida Species,” captured Tropic‘s own personality. The column showcased a random […]
Opening reception March 9, 2017. HistoryMiami Museum, the Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archives at Miami Dade College, and Obsolete Media Miami are proud to partner on MemoryLab, a gallery-based “laboratory” for exploring the concept of memory. Using the collections of our three organizations, select artists will create new work for this […]
This multi-layered portrait of “the violet isle”––a little-known name for Cuba inspired by the rich color of the soil there––presents a unique, often enigmatic document of a vibrant and vulnerable land. It combines two separate photographic visions: Alex Webb’s exploration of street life in Cuba, and Rebecca Norris Webb’s fascination with the unique, quixotic collections […]
A Modernist architect best known for his residential designs, Alfred Browning Parker was born in Boston but moved to Miami at age 8. He graduated from the University of Florida in 1939 with a degree in Architecture. He designed over 500 projects in his 60 year career, including the “Tropex-pansible home”which was constructed with high quality modular parts.