About ArtCenter/South Florida – artcentersf.org
ArtCenter/South Florida was founded by Ellie Schneiderman in the spring of 1984 on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach as an organization to address the community’s cultural needs. Today, ArtCenter is credited as being the catalyst for the revitalization of Lincoln Road and its surrounding areas, having provided studio residencies and exhibition opportunities to more than 1,000 visual artists, while also offering art classes and outreach programs to the community. ArtCenter prides itself in being one of the few institutions in South Florida that grants free admission to all of its exhibitions and other public programming in an effort to make the arts accessible to all. ArtCenter is located at 924 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL, Miami Beach, with a temporary exhibition space, ArtCenter [Little River Edition] in the Little River District at 7252 NW Miami Ct., Miami.
TM Sisters in collaboration with sleeper (ArtCenter/South Florida)
TM Sisters’ skaters in collaboration with sleeper will galactically glide through the fair with their skate jam beats, tricks and athletic talents. TM Sisters are a Miami-based sibling duo who work in multi-media realms of digital video performance, collages, installations, sculpture, fashion pieces, video games, and VJing at night clubs. Their techno, tropical aesthetic shines along with their do-it-yourself ethic started by being home schooled together
on the sands of South Florida. The sisters have professionally created work together for 14 years and their work has been included in international exhibitions and touring performances. Their work has been seen and written about in publications like L’Officiel magazine, The Guardian, STEP Inside Design, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue Italia, and on the cover of ARTnews magazine. sleeper is a Miami artist whose work draws a line between relationships; masked, layered, stitched and intangible. The work calls on the false realities created to cope with societal constraints. Dark themes are shifted and translated through multimedia experimental entertainment platforms. His collaborations with production companies and major festivals has enabled his artwork and performances to reach large audiences in multiple genres.