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 … +


ICA Miami: Alex Bag Opening Night/Shamir & POORGRRRL Live Music

Dec 1, 2015

Opening of solo exhibition dedicated to video and performance artist Alex Bag, on view in ICA Miami’s Atrium Gallery, The Van (Redux) through Jan 31, 2016, features a seminal but rarely-seen video by the artist: “The Van” from 2001. After the opening ICA Miami presents a special performance by XL Recordings artist Shamir. Las Vegas’ Shamir evokes ’90s house, pop, and R&B … +

Art Fairs

Carole Feuerman exhibited during Art Basel at National Hotel

Dec 2 – 6, 2015

In collaboration with Markowicz Fine Art, The National Hotel will transform into a temporary art gallery for Carole A. Feuerman’s iconic water sculptures, hyperrealistic pieces and prints, featuring “The Golden Mean,” a 16-foot male diver statue representing the struggles to achieve perfect balance; and “Survival of Serena,” her first sculpture in a series of painted bronze pieces. The Golden Mean will be … +


Locust Projects’ Art on the Move exhibits Nite Life

Nov 15 - Dec 31, 2015

Nite Life is a new body of work by artist Martine Syms, curated by Franklin Sirmans. Syms has produced a series of prints inspired by the vernacular advertising used to promote mid-twentieth century “Chitlin’ Circuit” concerts. Nite Life has developed from Syms’ research into the Harlem Square Club, an Overtown nightclub that was part of the “Chitlin’ Circuit”. The club, which no … +


Bossa Gallery presents Pattern Recognition by Fernando Velázquez

Opening Reception: Nov 9, 2015, 6:00-9:00pm

Now the landscape leads me It’s difficult to imagine a landscape that perceives us. It’s difficult to summarize which landscape inhabits our memory. It’s difficult to find such dissociated archetypes in our experience. It’s difficult to go beyond the imagination standardized for over half a century by a pre-formatted cinema. Pattern Recognition, the new installation by Fernando Velazquez helps us escape these … +


Tina Kukielski Talks at Locust Projects

Oct 21, 2015, 7 PM

Locust Projects is pleased to announce its third year of Locust Talks, a lecture series that hosts visiting directors and curators from innovative institutions across the country and internationally for public lectures at the gallery space followed by individual studio visits with local artists, fostering a rigorous critical dialogue about art in the community. Tina Kukielski is Co-curator of the 2013 Carnegie … +


De la Cruz Collection Contemporary Art Space: Beneath The Surface

Through Oct 2015

Beneath The Surface brings together a selection of works from a generation of artists who are redefining post-war art movements. Through a variety of practices that include New Abstraction and Figurative Painting, these artists are responding to the consequences of globalization. For historical, sociological, and conceptual reasons, the works selected for this year’s exhibition are subjective representations of our new American landscape. … +


Bossa Gallery brings Brazil’s Photography to the Design District

Thu, Aug 27, 6:00 - 10:00pm

Opening its door August 15, Bossa Gallery is the first local gallery to specialize in Brazilian fine art photography. Located inside the 4141 plaza, across the street from ICA, the gallery presents the works of rising talents, adding to Miami’s evolving art landscape, the current and vibrant production of contemporary art in Brazil. Join us on Thursday, August 27, from 6pm to … +


Locust Art Builders LAB

Sat Jul 11, 2015

Locust Projects presents the 6th year of LAB (Locust Arts Builders). This year, twenty South Florida high school students from eleven high schools across the county were selected from an open call to create a collaborative exhibition at Locust Projects in Miami’s Design District. Locust Projects welcomes California-based MFA student Christina Mesiti who has been selected to produce her project Port for … +


Ruby Sky Stiler: Sun Breaker at Locust Projects

Through April 18, 2015

For her first solo show in Miami, Stiler expands on her sculptural engagement with the female form and its manifestation in the varied dialects of twentieth century abstraction. Through the application of at-hand and unfinished building materials, the artist explores the tropical modernist architecture that is native to Miami as a site of sculptural opportunity. With suspended laser-cut screens and wall-mounted plaster … +


Locust Projects: Sounding Room

Through April 18, 2015

Sounding Room is a collaborative installation of audio sculptures spearheaded by artists Felecia Chizuko Carlisle and Valerie George. Sounding Room is an adaptable platform for aural experimentation and interdisciplinary art making where sound, object and gesture form a multi-layered and visceral experience. Eight artists from the east and west coasts have been invited to join Carlisle and George and activate the space … +



Dec 1, 2014 - Feb 1, 2015

Adamar Fine Arts will exhibit never before seen original works that show how Warhol developed a concept through to the final silkscreen. The gallery will have two of Warhol’s printers who worked as printers for Warhol discuss their involvement and experience in the studio and lecture on the topic. This process is what this exhibit is about- how Warhol created a practice … +


Daniel Arsham: Welcome to the Future

Nov 15, 2014, 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Locust Projects is pleased to present Welcome to the Future, a major site-specific installation by Daniel Arsham. For the installation, Arsham transforms the gallery into an excavation site, digging a trench in the gallery’s floor that holds thousands of calcified artifacts—a muted cacophony of 20th century media devices. Mounds of boom boxes, electric guitars, SLR cameras, Blackberries, Nintendo controllers, VHS tapes, Walkmans, … +


Locust Projects: Sarah Crowner's Sunday in the Park

Sep 13 - Oct 11, 2014

This is the New York-based artist Sarah Crowner’s first exhibition in Miami. Crowner is known for her abstract paintings, which she creates by sewing together panels of raw and painted canvas. In the main exhibition space, Crowner will create her largest work to date a playfully immersive installation that doubles as a theatrical stage. Hung with colorful voile curtains and painted backdrops … +


ONE NIGHT STAND: The Cave of the Water Nymphs

Friday, Aug 8th. 7:00 - 10:00pm

Join Locust Projects for The Cave of the Water Nymphs, a One Night Stand social event. Featuring a nautical tableau vivant photo booth by artist Christina Pettersson, guests will enjoy a DJ set and cocktails. For tickets please CLICK HERE or call 305-576-8570 Free for Artists, Miami Emerging Museum Professionals, and Locust Projects Members. Locust Projects 3852 North Miami Ave Miami, Fl … +