Bass Museum of Art exhibits Mika Rottenberg

Dec 1 - Mar 27, 2017

Mika Rottenberg is a self-titled solo exhibition featuring works from multiple series, and serves as the U.S. premiere of several significant works by the artist. Rottenberg’s practice focuses on elucidating the mechanics of late-stage, global capitalism by way of absurd and poetic comparisons. The centerpiece of the exhibition is NoNoseKnows (Pearl Shop Variant), 2015, a video and sculptural installation that documents a … +


Susan Hiller: Lost and Found at PAMM

Through Jun 4, 2017

Susan Hiller (b. 1940) is an influential pioneer of multimedia installation art recognized for her early adoption of video as an artistic medium and for her ability to transform conventional gallery spaces into haunting, immersive environments. Commissioned by PAMM Hiller’s video Lost and Found features an audio collage of voices speaking in 23 different languages, including Aramaic, Comanche, Livonian and other extinct … +


Invisibles Palpables at Alejandra von Hartz Gallery

Through Jan 17, 2017

Invisibles Palpables by artist Luis González Palma questions the idea of emptiness and time in a metaphysical sense. The production aims to express nothingness, as a spiritual search that resembles a portrayal of beauty more in tune with oriental preconceptions. In Invisibles. . . the artist is strongly determined by the necessity to materialize sensitivity and emotion; to conceptualize the utopic space … +


David Castillo Gallery exhibits Tête-à-tête

Dec 3, 2016 - Jan 31, 2017

Tête-à-tête is a group exhibition curated by Mickalene Thomas. The show poses a series of back-and-forth conversations across the photographic and video works of fourteen artists that address social, political and personal mythologies of the black body as constructed and represented in visual media. It includes the work of artists Derrick Adams, Renee Cox, John Edmonds, Lyle Ashton Harris, Deana Lawson, Zanele … +


Blasted Allegories: Photography as Experience at Lowe Art Museum

Through Apr 2, 2017

The 7th edition of this annual UM student-curated exhibition highlights 30 compelling photographs from the Museum’s permanent collection. Blasted Allegories considers the way photography resists decisive conclusions. Serendipitous details, unexpected gestures, and strange parallels occur across the photographs featured. Works by Garry Winogrand, Gregory Crewdson, Walker Evans, Eadweard Muybridge, Nan Goldin, Weegee, and others come together as suggestive examples of how photography … +


Transitions # 3 by Naama Tsabar at Spinello Projects

Nov 23, 2016 - Jan 14, 2017

Naama Tsabar (b. Israel) creates installations, performances, and sculptures that examine the charged spaces and multi sensory zones of nightlife and their associations with notions such as freedom, excess, and escape. Her work treats the venues themselves as structures of power, enabling a display of fantasy, sexuality, and bravado, as well as providing a shelter from the realities of the outside world. … +


Pop ART Shows during Miami Art Week at Williams McCall Gallery

Dec 1, 2016 - Jan 31, 2017

Williams McCall Gallery will exhibit Mr. Brainwash, Banksy, Haring, Indiana, and Lichtenstein in Miami Beach location as well as Coconut Grove’s. The Williams McCall Gallery is considered a “must visit” destination for art lovers and collectors. Promoting a rich variety of talent found in the US and around the world. Williams McCall Gallery 110 Washington Avenue Miami Beach FL 33139 786.359.4321


Mindy Solomon Gallery: The Flaunting of Youth / Raw Horse Power

Through Jan 14, 2017

Utilizing the medium of lenticular technology, in Flaunting of Youth, Einar and Jamex de la Torre create vibrant images of raw meat, celebrity personas, and historical artifacts to explore population’s obsession with eternal youth and vitality. In the other hand Generic Art Solutions brings a new and theatrical direction to their work with Raw Horse Power. Having recently completed the prestigious Rauschenberg … +


MOCA exhibits The Other Dimension by artist Antuan Rodriguez

Nov 30, 2016 - Jan 20, 2017

The exhibition The Other Dimension: Contemporary art practice as the existence of higher dimensions presents new works by Cuban-born Miami artist Antuan Rodriguez. Curated by Jorge Luis Gutierrez, this show presents the experience of an artist coming from a peripheral country (Cuba), who became a stranger to a historical Europe and pragmatic USA. This way his uprootedness has contributed to the building … +


The Wolfsonian-FIU: Modern-Age Spirituality,The Pursuit of Abstraction

Oct 7, 2016 – Apr 16, 2017

The Pursuit of Abstraction focuses on works produced between 1900 and 1950, taking a close look at North American and European artists that turned to abstract thought, feeling, and form as counterpoints to the concrete realities and alienation of modern life. Featuring paintings, prints, sculpture, and decorative art—including one of the few theater curtains ever created by renowned German expressionist Ernst Ludwig … +


Lowe Art Museum: Unconscious Thoughts Animate the World

Through May 7, 2017

From The Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, this exhibition includes works by many of Cuba’s foremost women artists. Spanning from the 1960s to the present, the works represent a wide range of media and genres. It features artists like Antonia Eiriz, Sandra Ceballos, Cirenaica Moreira, Aimée García, Belkis Ayón, Magdalena Campos-Pons, Rocío García and Sandra Ramos. They equally remind us of … +


Diana Lowenstein Gallery exhibits A dónde va la furia?

Nov 18, 2016 - Jan 28, 2017

A dónde va la furia? is a solo show by artist Graciela Sacco exploring poetry behind frustration and desintegration. Sacco is both a distinguished professor of theoretical issues in 20th century Latin-American art and an artist who has literally worked in the streets. She has done installations, mixed media (including sound and video), urban interferences, and postal actions. Manipulating light and shadow, … +


Sean Cavanaug exhibits Under the Elders’ Gaze at Lowe Art Museum

Oct 27, 2016 – Jun 25, 2017

Artist Sean Cavanaugh revels in the mundane. Specifically, trees—which for so many of us are merely background noise— are a source of endless fasciation for the artist. Through his meticulously detailed work, Cavanaugh explores richly textured tapestries of bark, lichens, and fungus, each different but all embodying a universe unto themselves. He does so through subtle watercolors, which, while naturalistic, never lose … +


Installation More is More at The Wolfsonian–FIU

Nov 18, 2016 - Jun 11, 2017

Artist Christie van der Haak is wrapping The Wolfsonian’s iconic facade and lobby with her signature tapestry and batik-inspired patterns, The Hague-based contemporary artist creates a striking encounter with contemporary Dutch design. Paired with nightly projections, van der Haak’s project brings the legacy of Dutch design pioneers into full public view for Miami Art Week 2016 and beyond Originally a painter, Van … +


Nina Johnson Gallery exhibits Artist Awol Erizku

Nov 28, 2016 - Jan 14, 2017

Nina Johnson exhibits I Was Going to Call It Your Name But You Didn’t Let Me, Awol Erizku’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. Presenting a group of 20 paintings alongside a conceptual sound collage of music and sonic ephemera. Accompanying these works is a mix of pop songs and sound bites from a variety of media. This shifting composition teases out … +


Exhibition Good Evening Beautiful Blue at Bass Museum of Art

Dec 1 - Mar 27, 2017

The Bass presents first solo exhibition of artist Ugo Rondinone in United States. Featuring monumental installations that span three decades of the artist’s practice, from the late 1990s to the present, these installations go around the sensation of circularity, entropy, passivity and dreaminess. Ugo Rondinone (b. 1964, Switzerland) is a mixed-media artist who lives and works in New York. Recent solo shows … +


Bass Museum of Art: Beautiful by Pascale Marthine Tayou

Dec 1 - Mar 27, 2017

As a self-described nomad, Tayou’s practice is keystoned by organic and collaboratively formed installations and interventions. His works are directly reliant on his immediate local and recent travels. In this occasion site-specific work called Welcome Wall, composed of 75 animated LED signs, reading “welcome” is a wide array of languages. For his exhibition, Tayou creates an organic and collaboratively formed intervention with … +


Modern Dutch Design at The Wolfsonian-FIU

Nov 18, 2016 - June 11, 2017

During the period 1890–1940, the Netherlands built a reputation—which it still holds today—as a center for innovative design. Modern Dutch Design draws from The Wolfsonian’s extensive collection of Dutch furniture, decorative arts, design drawings, posters and bookbindings, in order to examine the evolution of design in the Netherlands during these decades. The exhibition focuses on how Dutch designers, architects, and artists responded … +


CIFO exhibits Toda percepción es una interpretación: YOU ARE PART OF IT

Nov 30, 2016 - Mar 12, 2017

Toda percepción. . . is a retrospective look from the viewpoint of contemporary issues of art, culture, politics and economics. Including 39 artists from Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection the show is curated by Eugenio Valdés Figueroa & Katrin Steffen. It seeks to reflect on the successive reconfigurations of the art map in the last few decades, from Paris to New York, from Venice … +


ICA exhibits One Day on Success Street by Thomas Bayrle

Nov 29, 2016 - Mar 26, 2017

One Day on Success Street is the first American museum presentation dedicated to the renowned German artist Thomas Bayrle. It traces Bayrle’s exploration of the complex impact of technology on humans and their environments over the course of his nearly 50-year career and across a range of mediums including painting, sculpture, video, collage, and installation. Featuring some 75 works from 1960s through … +


Durban Segnini Gallery: Felguérez’ Opening Reception

Nov 18, 2016, 7 PM

Mathematics, science, and machines are the original sources in the imaginary world of Mexican artist Manuel Felguérez. The artist is a devoted reader of science fiction, a tendency that has influenced the poetics and themes of his work. To express the issue as such from the outset will facilitate the undertaking of examining his sculptures and his latest paintings. Felguérez career has … +


PAMM presents SHORTS! Mobile teen film festival

Dec 1, 2016, 4:30 PM

Pérez Art Museum Miami’s Teen Arts Council (PTAC) presents SHORTS! a mobile teen film festival. Created and curated by teens, the films will be on view for one day only in Midtown during Miami Art Week. PTAC put out a national call for filmmakers between the ages of 13 – 19 years old to discover what inspires and drives teens across the … +


A Seraphic Fire Christmas: On Winter’s Night

Dec 6 - 18, 2016

Three world premiere carol settings by Susan LaBarr and James K. Bass as associate conductor. Currently in their 15th Season Seraphic Fire sing timeless carols in the absorbing experience of Seraphic Fire’s traditional candlelight Christmas concerts. Performing throughout South Florida and on national tours, Seraphic Fire is regarded as one of the preeminent professional vocal ensembles in the United States. Led by … +


SMDCAC presents The Hot Sardines: A Sardine Christmas

Dec 10, 2016, 8 PM

The Hot Sardines return with their yuletide classics and a twist on New York, Paris, and New Orleans jazz. This troupe is led by chanteuse and washboard player Miss Elizabeth and joined by her Prohibition era band that includes tapper “Fast Eddy” Francisco. Experience beloved chestnuts like “White Christmas” and “Please Come Home for Christmas,” Edith Piaf’s “Le Noël de La Rue” … +