A column by Andrew Kaufman of Miami about Muhammad Ali, the greatest boxer of all time.Read More
ALI/MIA portfolio at the Historic Hampton HouseRead More
It's always great to sit back and peel the layers away about this project that took more than 10 years to tell this mega story. So, sit back and listen up.Read More
I was super humbled and excited to be asked to join Mitchell Kaplan of Books and Books as Focus on South Florida previews the Miami Book Fair's 33rd iteration.Read More
The Isthmus... Sit back and enjoy this audio book review from Daniel Milnor of Shifter Media. Thanks!Read More
It was June 26th, 2016. The time was almost 5 AM. I got on the bus to go to Agua Clara and watch the first Neo Max ship transit the newly expanded Panama Canal. It was still dark and so early. I just loaded myself onto the bus and tried to get some rest, it was going to be a long day. Pleasantries were exchanged all around. After the journey on the autopista to Colon, I started readying myself. I made sure there was film in all of my cameras.Read More
January 18, 2017.
During the Miami Book Fair International 2016 I had a chance to sit down with Anna Dziewit Meller and talk about the Miami street art trilogy(I'M IN MIAMI BITCH!, BASELGEDDON and ARTY GRAS).
Sit back and soak it in, hear about the beginnings of the project and how Wynwood has transformed these last years.
Feature on Andrew Kaufman about Miami street art.Read More
The Leica Camera Blog ran a great feature on the blog today about my project on Wynwood. They dig deep to get inside the project that I have spent the last few years working on. It's a great insight into my work process and how I approach the subject of Street Art. Check it out!
I’M IN MIAMI BITCH! A Comprehensive SurveyRead More
Another part of the IIMB! project that has been under wraps for a while that will be exhibited for the 1st time are the artist collaborated silk screens.Read More
Smogranch has reviewed I'M IN MIAMI BITCH! the book. Now, Smogranch is not your typical literary reviewer. What he is though, is a thought provoker and catalyst.Read More
D-Day has finally arrived. All week long everyone has been marveling at how cool and unique the installation is and now it's time to sit back and enjoy the work and the company of my friends and on-lookers.Read More
TV interview with Andrew Kaufman photographer of Miami, FL.Read More
Photography is the most permanent longest lasting proof of street art. There is no way to preserve street art except to photograph it before it fades, is toyed with, buffed or written over. Street art, by its very nature is a fluid art form, constantly evolving because of the landscape, materials, politics, weather etc.Read More