SocialMiami's Sarah Arison takes us on a journey through Art Miami 2012. During her journey, she speaks with art collector Mavin Ross Friedman who has a beautiful James Rosenquist on display. Rosenquist was present with Friedman. Also interviewed are The Miami Herald's Jane Wooldridge, MAM's director Thom Collins, the Knight Foundation's Dennis Scholl and Art Miami's director Nick Korniloff. Several prominent gallerists who sold major works at this year's fair are also featured.
uVuspent the day at Miami Project Art Fair in Midtown! Mat Gleason told us about artist, Karen Finley's unique performance art pieces. We also had the pleasure of speaking with artist Tim Youd about his Henry Miller inspired pieces showing in the art fair.
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Is it fair to rezone an African-American neighborhood to industrial when homeowners disagree?
[Air Date: 11/30/2012]
On hand to receive an award for his last novel, "Keys To the Kingdom," former Senator Bob Graham discussed his next project, his father's biography.
From the Miami Book Fair International 2012
Camille Paglia discusses the motivation for her latest book, "Glittering Images" at the Miami Book Fair International 2012
Author and illiustrator Todd Parr talks about his new children's book at the Miami Book Fair Internationl 2012
Children's book author, Sherry North, discussed her newest project, "Because You Are My Teacher," when we met her at the Miami Book Fair International 2012
Tonya Hurley, the New York Times best-selling author of the ghostgirl series, is at it again with a brand new YA trilogy. The first book, The Blessed, is inspired by the stories of three Catholic martyrs: Lucy, Agnes, and Cecelia.
We sat with Tonya during the Miami Book Fair International 2012to discuss the book and her love for Brooklyn, the setting for the novel.
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Mark Leyner, as a writer, defies description and his latest book, "The Sugar Frosted Nutsack" certainly follows suit. When we caught up with him at the Miami Book Fair International2012 we asked him how to summarize the book, which he declared was probably not possible.
NY Times Correspondent Rachel Swarns turned her feature story on First Lady Michelle Obama's ancestry into a full length book tracing the First Lady's geneology back to the mid-1800's. What she found is a story both personel and uniquely American. Rachel sat with us at the Miami Book Fair International 2012 to discuss her book, "American Tapestry."
Emily St. John Mandel's latest novel, The Lola Quartet, tells the story of a disgraced journalist and his attempt to track down a mystery from his past.
We sat with Emily at the Miami Book Fair International 2012 to discuss her book and her influences.
Chris Ware is one of the most beloved cartoonists of his generation, his latest effort, Building Stories, is a series of 14 multiformat books that randomly tell the story of a building and some of the residents is a story of discovery in an urban environment.
We sat with Chris at the Miami Book Fair International 2012
From the Miami International Book Fair 2012, a panel on Cubans: An Epic Journey with contibutors Guillermo Martinez and Sam Verdeja, editor Louise O’Brien with moderator Myriam Marquez.
Actress and author Molly Ringwald visited with uVu at the Miami Book Fair International 2012 to talk about her first collection of short stories, "When it Happens to You." Ringwald told us why she wrote the book and her future plans which might include directing.
In her newest book, "The End of Men," Hanna Rosin looks at the changing dynamics and how social and economic upheavals are tipping the scales of male dominance.
We had a chance to speak with Ms. Rosin at the 2012 Miami Book Fair International
Chip Kidd has turned his fascination with the Batman character into his lifelong dream, when DC Comics asked him to write a graphic novel which hes discussed with us during his visit to the Miami Book Fair International 2012.
James Clark who lectures on history at the University of Central Florida paid a visit to the Miami Book Fair International to discuss his latest boom, Presidents in Florida. Long before we ever heard of "hanging chads" Florida has had a famous and infamous relationship with most of the men who served as President.