Project Gallery: Bik Van der Pol at PAMM

Through Feb 21, 2016

Speechless is a new work by the Rotterdam-based artistic duo Bik Van der Pol (Liesbeth Bik and Jos Van der Pol), is a multilayered exploration of how we speak about the precarious state of the natural world. The work consists of a custom-built aviary, which houses five parrots taught to mimic phrases from T.S. Elliot’s seminal 1922 poem, “The Waste Land.” The … +


I Like Blue by Ann Craven at Gallery Diet

Nov 30, 2015 - Jan 9, 2016

I Like Blue, is an exhibition of new paintings by the artist Ann Craven that comes with the histories of landscape painting and conceptual art, and with the passage of time itself.The exhibition continues Craven’s exploration of painting as an index of our lived experience. The artist starts her work in a place and then remakes them and complete them in another … +


Macchietta, Small Skecthes in MDC Museum of Art + Design

Through Jan 31, 2016

Macchietta, Small Sketches by Karen Rifas, as a part of “Design Lab”, presents a retrospective of small scale maquettes. Representing over 19 years of artistic practice, this exhibition explores the artist’s process in creating plans and ideas for much larger and site specific installations. Miami-based artist, Karen Rifas, has a long history with site-specific installations and architectural interventions. Known for her minimal … +


From Mangrove to Tourist Mecca at The Wolfsonian–FIU Museum

Through Jan 17, 2016

Celebrating the centennial of Miami Beach, Miami Beach: From Mangrove to Tourist Mecca documents the city’s fledgling years. Sculpted by pioneering developers such as Carl Fisher, Miami Beach blossomed during the 1920s into a winter tourist hotspot catering to the wealthy elite. Photographic albums of “lost” hotels—the Nautilus, Flamingo, King Cole, and others—show how these self-contained luxury resorts lured the rich and … +


Firelei Báez: Bloodlines at PAMM

Oct 15, 2015 – Mar 6, 2016

Bloodlines is an exhibition by that traces the history of social movements in the Unites States and the Caribbean, inspired by lineages of black resistance. Best known for her large-scale works on paper, Báez makes connections of diasporic experiences by interweaving the lives of 18th century black women in Louisiana and the Cuban roots of the Latin American azabache, with symbols used … +


Again, for the First Time at Durban Segnini Gallery

Nov 30, 2015 - Mar 30, 2016

Again, for the First Time: Contemporary Remakings of Abstraction is the first of two group exhibitions guest-curated by Rina Carvajal. This exhibition examines contemporary abstraction’s contextualization and its re-interpretations, aiming to think contemporary culture and to incite ongoing critical dialogues with everyday reality. The exhibition brings together a group of seven artists whose work engage divergent conceptual approaches to abstract art, such … +


Roberto Huarcaya: Amazogramas at Dina Mitrani Gallery

Through Jan 9, 2016

Dina Mitrani Gallery presents Amazogramas by Roberto Huarcaya, an installation of two 30 meter long photograms. During a period of over two years, Huarcaya travelled to the Bahuaja Sonene National Park in southeastern Peru, to capture the lush diversity and enormity of this living environment. Three 30-meter scrolls were placed throughout the Amazon forest using only the passage of time and light, … +


Anselm Kiefer and Susan Philipsz exhibit in The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse

Through Apr 30, 2016

The exhibition Anselm Kiefer: Paintings, Sculpture and Installation is the largest presentation of the artist work ever made in the United States. The show includes major sculptures, installation and paintings from 1986 to 2015. Kiefer has exhibited widely, including solo shows at MoMA, New York; Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin; The Metropolitan Museum, New York or The Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris among others. … +


Childhood Memories from the Other Side of the Water in MDC Museum of Art + Design

Nov 6, 2015 - Aug 28, 2016

The photographic series Childhood Memories from the Other Side of the Water by Eduardo del Valle, includes certain aspects of the artist’ memories. For 40 years, Del Valle have worked focusing his practice on subjects in states of transformation. Over the past nine years, the artist has worked on a visual autobiography of his experiences related to his childhood, his recollections of … +


Miami Street Photography Festival 2015 at HistoryMiami

Nov 20, 2015 - Jan 17, 2016

For the first time, HistoryMiami Museum will host the Miami Street Photography Festival (MSPF) during Art Basel Week (Dec 3-6, 2015). In conjunction with the festival, the Museum will exhibit the finalists of MSPF’s international street photography competition through January 2016. The MSPF is an international photography festival showcasing the best of contemporary street photography, and featuring the work of professional and … +


Alejandra Von Hartz Gallery exhibits Marta Chilindron

Nov 19, 2015 – Feb 6, 2016

From her early paintings to her contemporary sculptural installations, Marta Chilindron -born in Buenos Aires and stablished in New York since 1969- has always created art which explores perspectival, temporal and spatial relationships. In the 1990s, the artist began experimenting with furniture forms, altering their shape to reflect her point of view in relation to the physical space. From these works emerged … +


First Outdoor-Design Exhibition at Gallery Diet

Nov 6, 2015 - Jan 9, 2016

Gallery Diet is pleased to announce Trees in Oolite, the inaugural design show in the courtyard of its new space. The first outdoor-design exhibition in the gallery’s history, eight designers and artists present an assortment of outdoor furniture, lighting, and design elements. Set within a Floridian landscape that includes mango, oak, and avocado trees, these objects complement the subtropical flora with a … +


Locust Projects exhibits PORE

Through Jan 9, 2016

Locust Projects is pleased to exhibit new work by Brooklyn-based artist Martha Friedman. For her first major show in Miami, Friedman has created four vividly colored sheets of rubber, made by pouring around 1000lbs of the material onto Locust Projects’ floor. Each site-specific sculpture has a costume attached and is colored to reference one of the four humors, the theory of which … +


ICA Miami’s exhibition A Public Character

Oct 8, 2015 - Jan 17, 2016

The artists Shannon Ebner will present the first comprehensive selection of works from the ongoing series “Black Box Collision A,” which, since 2012, has seen the artist photographing the letter “A” mined from the vestiges of sign, advertisement, message, and other modes of visual communication. ICA Miami will also present a series of new works by Ebner—which have been inspired by and … +


The Wolfsonian exhibits Margin of Error

Nov 13, 2015 - May 08, 2016

Margin of Error explores cultural responses to mechanical mastery and engineered catastrophes of the modern age—the shipwrecks, crashes, explosions, collapses, and novel types of workplace injury that interrupt the path of progress. Revealing the consequences of mankind’s endeavor to defy and exceed limits, the exhibition traces the narrative of technological ambition from myth and triumph to peril and accident prevention through over … +


Rubell Family Collection: No Man’s Land

Dec 2, 2015 - May 28, 2016

The Rubell Family Collection/Contemporary Arts Foundation is pleased to announce NO MAN’S LAND: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection. This exhibition will focus on and celebrate work made by more than a hundred female artists of different generations, cultures and disciplines. These artists will be represented by paintings, photographs, sculptures and video installations that will entirely occupy the Foundation’s 28-gallery, 45,000-square-foot … +

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Alternative Abstractions/Ludic Geometries at Canale Diaz Art Center

Fri 5 Feb, 2016 - Sat 26 Mar, 2016

Alternative Abstractions – Ludic Geometries is a group show that gathers the most recent works from Colombian artist Danny Esquenazi and Venezuelan artists Aureliano Parra and Reymond Romero. Their appearance in the art horizon around the mid to late nineties, marks the conceptual rupture where the great abstract geometricians and the kinetics masters had already happened; these artists belong to a generation … +