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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in March

For this month’s edition of Art Beat, SIXTY’s resident art critic Rob Goyanes pulls a sundry selection of exhibitions. Digital pets, Miami shrines, and fresh presentations of artists you definitely know—and those you definitely don’t—are a few examples of what’s happening in March. Herewith, your guide to the best shows currently...

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SIXTY Listens: Julia Jacklin “Pressure to Party”

SIXTY took note of Australian musician Julia Jacklin two years ago, after the release of her debut album, Don’t Let the Kids Win. (You can read our interview with her here if you’re interested.) Unsurprisingly, her recently released sophomore album is getting a lot of buzz.  It’s called Crushing, and it’s excellent. “Pressure...

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In the Studio with Aaron Poritz

Furniture design, when you’re doing it right, should feel a lot like art. Every line, considered. Every surface, thought out. Elevating materials like wood and stone to another realm in such a way isn’t easy, but it’s exactly what Aaron Poritz does. There is rhythm in his tambour cabinentry...

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SIXTY Sees: ‘Idle, Torrent’ by Alex Moy

If you’re looking for a video with a plot, look elsewhere. If you happen to be looking for a video that meanders beautifully between the somethingness and nothingness of space, this gem is for you. Animator and designer Alex Moy has created a wonderful two-minute animation set to a...

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Miami Officially Has Another Food Hall

How many food halls is too many food halls for one town you ask? No such thing. At least in Miami. The Lincoln Eatery has officially arrived to South Beach, joining the ranks of other SIXTY-approved hotspots like La Centrale, 1-800-Lucky, and St. Roch Market. The sprawling space, clocking in...

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Jess Bass and Nadia Tahoun Are Democratizing Art

It’s a sea change some—the old guard, in particular—might see as a threat, but the democratization of art presents the necessary and welcome destruction of an exclusionary world. In making art for the people, said art will become increasingly representative of the people. Inclusion is paramount in this brave...

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SIXTY Lit: February’s Must-Read Book List

There are few companions quite like a book, especially when on the road. (Aren’t books, really, the ultimate trip? Between their pages, an escape hatch – the mind’s getaway of the highest order.) A hotel of the literary sort, SIXTY makes sure to guide its guests towards tomes of...

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What to Do This Month in L.A., Miami, and NYC

There are big things happening this month in each of SIXTY’s ports. In Los Angeles, the first West Coast iteration of a New York City art fair. In New York, an orchestral performance of astounding classical works. And, in Miami, a food and wine fest that’ll dominate all of...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in February

February. There are few times of the year as appealing as this to hunker down and hit the galleries. These exhibitions, selected by SIXTY’s resident art critic Rob Goyanes, are sure to cure any winter malaise. Herewith, a few of the choicest shows happening this month, from mystical modernist paintings...

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The Interrogator with Nicola Collie

Nicola Collie is, you could say, a sculptor of space. She moves swiftly and with purpose, carving air with lean arms, slicing through the world with capable legs. Her dances straddle the line between elegant and feral. There is a toughness to her, one that belies the delicateness of...

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