Project X: Chicago is on Public TV

The flagship public television station in South Florida is presenting four of our films produced for The Arts Initiative's inaugural project...


HOTBED 2014: The Colony, en Plein Air

HOTBED 2014 at CasaLin was attended by Don Bacigalupi (Crystal Bridges, Lucas Museum), Ann Gallagher (Tate Modern), and many, many more...


Our feature film follows ambitious conceptual artist Bert Rodriguez on the rise, before and after the Whitney Biennial, and beyond. With Marina Abramovic, Vito Acconci, Jerry Saltz, and many more.

Our feature film captures the career liftoff of painter Hernan Bas culminating in a Brooklyn Museum solo show. With Rachel Feinstein, The Rubells, Rosa de la Cruz, and many more. (DVD available)

Our expansive film series produced for The Arts Initiative follows 11 important artists creating large-scale public installations in America's newest luxury retail complex during its construction.

Launched in 2008 from Miami, WetHeat.TV presents more than 50 documentary short films capturing definitive moments in the timelines of working artists and art professionals at every scale.

Our special exhibition teams up exceptional New World School of the Arts high school students to produce collaborate installations in response to important alumni artworks.

Wet Heat Project's annual exhibition challenges young visual artists to produce a compelling site-specific installation / performance in a high-visibility location during the pinnacle art season.

Our ongoing relationship with South Florida's flagship public television station WPBT's Art Loft program brings many of our contemporary art documentary films to a broadcast audience.

Guests at the incomparable Sagamore Hotel enjoy the acclaimed collection of acquired and commissioned artwork, and tune to our in-room WetHeat.TV programming on Channel 55.