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Game Changers

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Cleo Wade

The Influential Poet Turning Girl Power into Woman Power

Misty Copeland

The Ballerina That Became an Icon by Breaking Down Barriers

Julie Gilhart

The Fashion Innovator’s Personal Game Changers

Ian Schrager

How the Visionary Entrepreneur Turned Hospitality into a Celebration

Game-changing Moments in History

A Visual Exploration by the Iconic Magnum Photographers

Black Coffee

The DJ Bringing the South African Club Scene to the World

Mezcal Mamas

Meet the Two Bootlegging Alchemists Transforming the Spirits Industry

Jane Goodall

The Feminist Icon and Conservationist on How We Can Still Save the Planet

Virgil Abloh

How the Creative Polymath Is Pushing Fashion to New Heights

Game-Change Your Life

From Meditation to Entrepreneurialism, How to Make Big Changes with Small Steps

Positive News

What’s Going Right in the World

Saving the World’s Oceans

How James Jagger and Project 0 Are Using Their Star Power for Preservation

Cooking in Motion

For Barcelona’s First Female Sake Sommelier and a Nomadic Chef, Food Is a Simple Performance

Pundy’s Picks

The Six Activists Who Should Be on Everyone’s Radar

Game Changers

Music For Imagination
Music For Imagination

Lemurian, aka Max Silva, is a Miami-based DJ who uses music as a tool to open minds and hearts. The ultimate goal of his music: to have people connect through the high frequencies of love, so that they can develop and advance any undertaking in their lives. To do this, he uses dreamlike instrumental sounds in his sets, with performances held as “ceremonies” mostly under the sun, where setting an intention is the main priority. Dreamy indeed. Here, he created a soundtrack that mirrors this musical philosophy:

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    "Ay Que Sera Del Sol" Rodrigo Gallardo "Ay Que Sera Del Sol" Rodrigo Gallardo
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    "Sun Sun Damba" Peter Power "Sun Sun Damba" Peter Power
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    “Hermano” Kraut “Hermano” Kraut
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    “Kalimbas” Carrot Green “Kalimbas” Carrot Green
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    “Garritm Core Amante—Be Svendsen Edit” Luigi Cinque “Garritm Core Amante—Be Svendsen Edit” Luigi Cinque
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    “Apresentacao De Percussoes Brasileiras” Spaniol “Apresentacao De Percussoes Brasileiras” Spaniol
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    “Mira ores” Feathered Sun “Mira ores” Feathered Sun
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    “Mayan Caravam (NU & Lum Mix)” Blondish “Mayan Caravam (NU & Lum Mix)” Blondish
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    “Canto Para Nacer” Jota Karloza “Canto Para Nacer” Jota Karloza
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    “Psychedelic Dessert,” Lemurian “Psychedelic Dessert,” Lemurian

As a Miami native and art world authority, José Carlos Diaz is regularly exposed to the city’s most prolific creatives. Diaz, now the Milton Fine Curator of Art at The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, commutes between both cities and continues to follow Miami’s booming art scene. He’ll be the first to tell you it was nearly impossible to shortlist five “ones-to-watch” from such a vibrant community, but nonetheless, we took him to task. Here, Diaz’s list of Miami’s most desirable artists:



One of the city’s most sought-after artists, TYPOE works in a variety of media, but my favorite series are drawings made
by igniting gunpowder. His work is often dark, albeit whimsical. But he took a much brighter turn for his first solo museum exhibition recently at Faena in Buenos Aires, Argentina, who also have a location in Miami.


One of the few artists in Miami working in design, Moore caught everyone’s attention when he was featured at Design Miami in 2014. The Bass Museum of Art has given him a solo at their annex space, and he’s exhibited everywhere from the de la Cruz collection to New York’s Patrick Parrish Gallery.


Rodriguez’s exploration of natural
formations has led to some of the most
interesting abstract functional sculptures
and visually stunning wallpaper projects.
At times organic, the works appear
more polished, glamorous, and lux than
nature itself.


Laderer’s connection to the South
Florida region is very evident in his
painting, photography, sculpture and
installation projects. Laderer takes
cues from tropical flora and fauna and
juxtaposes these elements with
urban detritus.


Surel has been a mainstay in the growing
Miami arts community. Her ongoing selfportrait
series is made from hand-painted
photographs, heavily embellished with
buttons, flowers, and fabric. Last year
she debuted her first video project, which
combined a flair of self-reflection
and mythology.