Roger Federer, Simona Halep Advance While Bianca Andreescu Is Out at Miami Open

Bianca Andreescu retired with a right shoulder injury to ended her bid to become the fourth woman to win Indian Wells and Miami back to back while Roger Federer, Simona Halep and Petra Kvitova all moved on at the Miami Open. 

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Defending Champ John Isner, Venus Williams, Novak Djokovic Move on at Miami Open

Isner beat Albert Ramos-Vinolas, and Venus took care of business against Polona Hercog. She’ll play Halep next. 

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Tax changes driving luxury NYC homeowners to Miami, says broker

CNBC's Robert Frank talks with Citadel's Ken Griffin’s brokers, Tal Alexander and Oren Alexander, about a Miami estate that sold for $ 50 million. It is the most expensive single-family home ever sold in the Miami area, according to people familiar with the deal.

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Lucy Sparrow exhibited her Triple Art Bypass in Miami

December 2018 saw Lucy Sparrow exhibit her immersive installation, ‘Triple Art Bypass’ at Miami’s busiest international art fair Art Basel week.

Sparrow’s felt depiction of an emergency operating theatre and consultation room offered Miami’s art fair visitors a different perspective of their healthcare system. Her light-hearted approach to what is usually a very serious and sombre environment, injected a little comedy into her immersive medical scene.

Rows upon rows of well-known medicines and an anatomical skeleton model filled with plushy felt organs made this felt experience both interesting and thought-provoking.

Lucy Sparrow 'His n Hers' Cabinets Many of Lucy Sparrow’s felt medicines feature in her ‘His n Hers’ cabinets, now at artrepublic Brighton

Having worked with felt from the age of 8, her style is still somewhat child-like and uplifting; something she feels is most needed in our political climate. Even more humbling is the knowledge that every felt piece is still hand-painted. There are no printing machines or stencils in the mix, despite her installations getting bigger and bigger.

Lucy Sparrow represents pure hand-craftsmanship from her self-branded ‘Felt Cave’ – her UK workshop. Currently famed as the ‘Queen of Felt’, she designed ‘Triple Art Bypass’ to offer a fully immersive experience.

Felt medical procedures were undertaken at various times by her felt operating team. Likewise, her felt consultation room acted as a space for clients to ‘wait’ before their appointment to view her newly released felt work.

As Miami got lost in Sparrow’s charming felt creations, her next big installation is yet to be revealed. Currently one of the UK’s most exciting contemporary artists, Lucy Sparrow has a loyal following of investors, keen to see what she does next.

One of her most investable pieces, the ‘His ’n’ Hers’ cabinet at the artrepublic gallery is a pair of bathroom cabinets, each containing gendered toiletries. In ‘His’, items include Brylcream, Viagra, and condoms. In ‘Hers’ – tampons, Canesten cream, and anti-ageing moisturiser, as well as some more gender-neutral items like VapoRub, Vaseline and vitamins.

‘His ’n’ Hers’ is a snippet of what gender means in today’s consumerist landscape. From a limited edition of 50, the piece comes complete with signed certificate of authenticity and signed ‘Felt World’ book.

For all enquiries, including those relating to sales, please contact the Brighton artrepublic gallery on +44 (0)1273 724829.


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Miami airport closes a terminal early after more unpaid TSA officers call out sick during shutdown

Miami International Airport planned to close one of its terminals early this weekend, as more TSA officers, working without paychecks, called in sick, as the partial government shutdown became the longest ever.


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Security screeners have been calling in sick at twice the airport’s normal rate.
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Miami Dance Production Stars an Avatar

DANCE OF THE AVATAR: Bart Hess, the Dutch designer who took slime to new heights for Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” video and album artwork, has pulled off another trick. His futuristic costumes for “Sleeping Beauty Dreams,” a digitally enhanced contemporary ballet that premieres Dec. 7 in Miami, may cause young men to actually want to accompany their mothers. But they won’t be there for the classic fairy tale’s mushy love story or principal dancers Diana Vishneva and Marcelo Gomes in the roles of Princess Aurora and Prince Peter. Their eyes will be fixated on Vishneva’s real-time avatar projected on a giant screen backdrop, which Miami-based production company Magical Reality Group believes is the first time the live technology has been applied to a dance performance.
“I saw a rehearsal, and it’s so amazing to watch her avatar also drinking coffee on breaks,” said Hess, who incorporated about a dozen sensors into Vishneva’s formfitting suit in a reflective, foil fabric inspired by fish scales. “This technology is used a lot in film and video games but not live dance. Being a ballet, it’s even more unique.”
Hess, who’s also worked with fashion designers like Iris Van Herpen and Walter Van Beirendonck, researches

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Designer Carla Fernández to Receive Miami Award

MIAMI HONOR: Talk about stirring the political pot. A Mexican woman has become the first fashion designer to receive DesignMiami fair’s Visionary Award. Carla Fernández will accept the honor in tandem with her husband, visual artist and designer Pedro Reyes, during Miami Art Week in December. Speaking from their home in Mexico City, she wasn’t aware of the distinction, but was elated that fashion is getting its due. “People think of fashion as superficial, but the boundaries of what’s considered art, design and fashion have to change,” said Fernández.
Beyond their marital status, the couple comes as a unit a lot these days for their shared, recurring themes of political protest, social justice and helping out the little guy. Their anthropological practices were another impetus for their first museum exhibit, “Double Agents,” which is on view at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art through Feb. 3. During DesignMiami, one of their booths will disseminate information on global migration and split proceeds from the sale of limited-edition tunics, ponchos and totes between indigenous communities and migrant children separated from their parents. Linen and cotton pieces are printed with a text-based map of the Americas that documents first nations. The original, large-scale map, their

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This Top Has Made Miami Into a Style Destination for Whitney

I’ve never been to Miami, but I know that when I do eventually go, ethical fashion boutique Antidote is going to be at the top of my list of places to visit. In the meantime, I like scrolling through the retailer’s online store to see what sustainable brands it’s currently stocking — there are …

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