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Zanele Muholi's highly regarded exhibit of self-portraits makes last US stop before heading to Tate Modern.
A studio visit with singular Jacksonville artist Princess Simpson Rashid turns to discussions of math, abstraction, and empathy, among other topics.
Our fraught relationship with social media is the subject of a new and delightfully named exhibition of photographs from McKinna Anderson at Florida Mining Gallery.
A must-see multimedia exhibition from Flagler College grad Jeremy Dean explores the racial foundations underpinning modern America.
St. Augustine surfer-artist Addie Gibson seeks to #endthestigma around mental health in new episode of Sun Bum's "Beach People."
Summer issue coming in hot!
A cerebral documentarian, artist Tony Rodrigues keeps his shoulder to the wheel, no matter the external circumstances.
Longtime Jacksonville arts advocate Kandice Clark has put the city's wealth of Black Muralists on the map.
Little sleep and many, many new projects in 2020 for this community activist
Featuring 14 local and regional artists, Epoch at Florida Mining Gallery offers the view that artists are already writing the first draft of history.
Artist Christopher Clark, AKA Cooli Ras, reports in real time on canvas and paper.
Through her own unique vision, Jennifer Lail sees and paints things as they are.
A radical studio visit with Radical Naturalist Jim Draper.
We've got a handful of Void Artist Network fine art prints left in-stock. And we want to make sure you get your hands on one.
A stylish, contemporary restoration in St. Augustine.
Albert Emma collects rare skate decks. A Northeast Florida surfer-skater and former owner of the beloved but not-long-for-this world Square One Ska…
Gibson deploys clean lines and a cheery late-60s/early 70s psychedelic-surf-era color palette to tackle taboo subjects like mental illness.
If our fall 2020 issue doesn't get you hyped on Jax, check your pulse!
Go inside Jeff Whipple and Liz Gibson's work space, living space, and gallery.
A studio visit with artist Julissa Marie and a sneak peek into Void's September 2020 issue.
A group show featuring the works of five emerging local artists provides an aesthetically interesting window into a world turned upside down.
For proof of Florida's prevailing allure, look no further than the century's-worth of vintage picture-postcards on display in the new exhibit "Four-Color Florida."
A heavy hitting list of local arts impact players and a can't-miss event.
Graphic designer and illustrator Kendrick Kidd's line of VAN products features clean and radical lines.