The Art and Design Guide
2017 D I R E C T O R Y
Little Haiti Cultural Center, Miami
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Empowered Women in the magic city 2017 in Miami is off to an exiting women momentum after the inspiring Jan 21st marches and rallies, with various vibrant events and exhibitions around the city, all worthy of a visit. Colombian sound and cross-disciplinary artist, Alba Fernanda Triana, intervenes Dr. Arturo Mosquera’s orthodontic practice with Music in the Waiting Room, an invitation to patients and visitors in general to experience music on their own, navigating through an interactive musical score. @artatwork project at Mosquera´s practice at 1245 SW 87th Ave. in Miami offers year round exhibitions from local artists. Lost and Found is a commissioned installation of voices speaking in 23 different languages by British-American artist Susan Hiller, an influential pioneer of multimedia installation art and the use of the archive, known for her ability to transform spaces into immersive environments. At the Perez Art Museum Miami, through June 4th. American artist Carol Brown Goldberg, long interested in exploring the relationship between art, science and nature, presents Tangled Nature drawing jungles of unconscious lines, in the process creating complex biological landscapes. Also on view, Marking the Infinite: Contemporary Women Artists from Aboriginal Australia a major exhibition that showcases the works of nine female artists that deal with a myriad of subjects that range from women’s rituals and celebration to cosmogonies and humanity. Open from February to May at the Frost Museum at Florida International University. The NSU Museum in Ft. Lauderdale opens 700 Nime Road, with works from L.A, photo-based artist Catherine Opie, inspired by the last residence of the late actress Elizabeth Taylor. Opie depicts an intimate portrait of society, wealth and fame through the scrutiny of spaces and personal objects. The Rail 71 building in Miami’s Little River district includes a very special space comprised of a gallery, an artist studio and a residence. Karina Rasmussen, who in 2001 established Design Sublime in order to show works of local artists and designers, recently opened her doors to an 1100 sq. feet space in the building worthy of a visit anytime. It also adjoins the new spectacular studio of NY-Miami-based artist Michelle Weinberg who is also opening a multipurpose space that will include an artist-run residence, exhibition space and events, named Available Space. Rail 71, 7255 NE 4th Ave. in Miami. Another close by artist studio worth visiting is Karell Levy’s knitting project Krel at Ironside, 7520 NE 4th Ct. Miami 33138. 6
Amalia Caputo The Bakehouse Art Complex is an interesting space to visit many women artist’s studios, year round. Current residents include: Andrea Spiridonakos, Kyoko Matsuyama, Sarah Henderson, Marie Barbist, Amalia Brujis, Doris Rodriguez, among others. The Centro Cultural Español promises Crear en femenino, a year round of programing focused on the feminine axis. It starts with a solo show of Spanish artist Susana Guerrero, Anatomy of Myth, a collection of sculptural thread and leather mixed-media pieces in which the process is as important as the results. The Breakfast Arts Salon and the Writers room hosted by Deborah Plutzik Briggs at the Betsy Hotel also offer a yearround selection of women artists and writers offering free lectures, poetry readings and literary seminars as well as a program of writers and visiting creators-in-residence. Stop by for a nourishing cultural breakfast featuring current inresidence artists such as artist Anita Glesta, musician Heather Pierson, advocate Tai Beauchamp, poet Ashley Jones, and writer Ann Hood among others.
Michelle Weinberg studio. Photo courtesy of the artist.
Alba Fernanda Triana, Sounding Score, 2009. Interactive Virtual book. Photo courtesy of the artist. 7
Empowered Women in the magic city
Karina Rasmussen, Director of Design Sublime. Photo courtesy of Karina Rasmussen. Rugs by Michelle Weinberg. Susana Guerrero, Pumping Heart, Mixed media. Photo courtesy of Centro Cultural EspaĂąol.
Susan Hiller, Still from Lost and Found, 2016,Â video, sound. Photo courtesy of PAMM and Oriol Tarridas Photography. 8
Carol Brown Goldberg, Untitled 2 (detail), 2016, acrylic on canvas. Courtesy of the artist. Catherine Opie, Handbag Reflection from the ‘700 Nimes Road’ portfolio, 2010-2011, pigment print. Photo courtesy of the artist, Regen Projects, Los Angeles, and Lehmann Maupin, New York & Hong Kong.
Angelina Pwerle, Bush Plum, 2010, Synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Courtesy of Scholl Collection, Miami. Photo courtesy of Sid Hoeltzell. 9
Studio,Estudio,Estidyo: A tour of artist studios in Miami Visiting an artist in their work space offers a dynamic element of interaction, discourse, and connection not found in monthly gallery crawls, exhibition openings, or annual art fairs. I invite you to explore unique neighborhoods and meet artists that reflect the diverse communities we celebrate in Miami. This exchange can provide a powerful experience for the observer and the artists, which is helpful in building a vibrant art community. At ArtCenter/South Florida (artcentersf.org) in South Beach, you will find a geometry, texture, and color palette inspired by the Caribbean in the studio of Adler Guerrier. “Artwork is a static, distilled object that comes from a lot of thinking about an initial idea,” says Guerrier. “By the time it becomes a finished piece many decisions are made. Some work reflects this process, and others don’t. The moment when we engage in dialogue is when a work of art comes alive.” Other studio spaces with daily operating hours are Bakehouse Art Complex (bacFl.org) in Wynwood where you can meet Troy Simmons whose industrial sculptures are visual stories about relationships between the natural world and human struggle. At KROMA Art Space (kromamiami.com) in the historic black neighborhood of West Coconut Grove, artist Robert McKnight makes art reflecting the soul of the community around him. Studio visits also provide artists with a chance to develop their practice and receive feedback. “Typically an artist is in their studio alone making work,” says Juana Valdes, who is linking her Afro-Cuban identity and the commodification of objects through installation, sculpture, and printmaking. “Maintaining a space at Fountainhead Studios (fountainheadresidency. com) allows me to get an immediate response about my work and to reach a variety of people in different ways.” Also, open by appointment or during exhibition previews, is Bridge Red Studios (bridgeredstudios.com) in North Miami where Yanira Collado examines geographic histories, paradoxes in time and the perceptions of labor through her installation, textile and works on paper. Miami Industrial Arts (miamiindustrialarts. com), is a busy workshop in Little River where ceramicist Morel Doucet investigates vulnerability, isolation, and alienation using human figures and the representation of root systems symbolizing a connection to nature. Many artists in South Florida run private workspaces that are only open by appointment. Onajide Shabaka (onajide.com) whose paintings and photographs examine ethnobotanical, 10
Adrienne Chadwick geological and archeological impacts on culture, runs a studio in Miami Gardens. Edouard Duval-CarriĂŠ (edouardduval-carrie.com) tackles social and political issues of Haiti and the Caribbean through symbolism and iconography in bright, resin covered paintings and sculptures at his Little Haiti studio. Whether you visit artists at a multi-unit location with regular operating hours or make an appointment at an independently run studio, you will support local artists and add to the diverse tapestry of Miamiâ€™s art network by building critical dialogue through an exchange of ideas.
Adler Guerrier, The Folds, 2016, graphite, acrylic, enamel paint and xerography on paper 72 x 48 in. ArtCenter/South Florida, South Beach. artcentersf.org, dig. thenextfewhours.com
Troy Simmons, Delirious, 2016, concrete acrylic aluminum- 27 x 36 x 3 in. Bakehouse Art Complex, Wynwood, bacFl.org, troysimmonsstudio.com 11
Studio, Estudio, Estidyo: A tour of artist studios in Miami
Clockwise: Robert McKnight, Atomic Dog, 2011, mixed media. KROMA Art Space & Studios, Coconut Grove, kromamiami.com | Juana ValdĂŠs, Colored China Rags, 2012, porcelain bone china, 8 feet x 13 in. x 4 in. Fountainhead Studios, Little River, fountainheadresidency.com, juanamvaldes.com | Yanira Collado, Tan temprano y descuidado, 2015, textile on book paper, 7 x 11 in. Bridge Red Studios, North Miami, bridgeredstudios.com | Onajide Shabaka, Ophioglossaceae (epiphytic), 2016, mixed media on paper, 11 x 14 in. Private Studio, Miami Gardens, onajide.com | Edouard Duval-CarriĂŠ, After Bierdstadt-The Landing, 2013, mixed media on aluminum, 96 x 144 in. Photo credit: Ralph Torres. Private Studio, Little Haiti, edouard-duval-carrie.com | Morel Doucet, Pink Manifesto, 2016, white earthenware, wood, glaze, acrylic stain, 20 x 20 in. Miami Industrial Arts, Little River, miamiindustrialarts.com, moreldoucet.com
GALLERY NIGHT FIRST FRIDAY 6 pm - 10 pm • Fl. 33134 - 33146
ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries
169 Madeira Ave. • 305 444 4493 • info@virginiamiller. José Paez del Nogal (detail) Ned Evans (detail)
com • virginiamiller.com • Tues – Fri: 11 – 6 • Sat. & eve. by appt. • Specializing in international contemporary and modern art since 1974, emphasizing Latin American and Chinese artists. Worldwide resale of important works.
Canale Diaz Art Center
ONLINE & by appointment • email@example.com • canalediaz.com • New Location TBA • 786 615 2622 • Contemporary Latin-American Art in: Abstraction, Neo Pop, and Conceptual Figuration.
Daniela Arboleda (detail)
CEVOR Latin American Art
1805 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Ste # 125 (on Madeira Ave.) • 786 452 1235 • firstname.lastname@example.org • cevorgallery. com • Tue - Fri: 11 - 6; Sat: 12 - 5 • Contemporary Art by International Artists. Painting, Sculpture and New Media Arts. Art Consulting and Collection Development. Arts Education and Classes.
Enrique Toledo (detail)
Manuel Felguérez (detail)
204 Miracle Mile • 239 961 0452 • stacy@ condecontemporary.com • condecontemporary. com • Tues – Sat: 11 – 7; Sun: 12 - 6 • Specializes in representational works with a focus on contemporary Cuban art.
Durban Segnini Gallery
3072 SW 38th Ave. Miami, Fl. 33146 • 305 774 7740 • Mon – Fri: 10 – 6; Sat: by appt. • gallery@durbansegnini. com • durbansegnini.com • Geometric Abstraction, Constructivism, and Kinetic Art.
Imago, art in action Imago space
165 Majorca Ave. • 786 857 6967 • email@example.com • imagoartinaction.com • Mon – Fri: 10 - 7; Sat: 10 - 2 • A cultural space: art, design, workshops, and bookstore.
Tomas Sánchez (detail)
Jorge M. Sori Fine Art 2790 Ponce de León Blvd. • 305 567 3115 • firstname.lastname@example.org • jorgesorifineart.com • Tue – Sat: 11 – 5:30; Sat by appt • Contemporary Artists and Masters of Latin American Art: Wifredo Lam, Fernando Botero and Tomas Sánchez, among others.
Marcos Marín (detail)
Private art dealer • 305 588 1231 • by appointment • email@example.com • ninoskahuerta.com Modern and Contemporary Art.
OnLine Art Dealer 24/7 • 1301 Milan Ave. • 305 648 2484 • firstname.lastname@example.org • urbanizastudiogallery.com • Connecting Worlds: Art + Design + Real State.
David Olivera (detail)
300 Aragon Ave. Ste. 100 • 305 529 6633 • dantemiami.org • Mon – Sat: 10 – 6 • A cultural center where people can gather to share their love for Italy and for the beauty and traditions synonymous with Europe.
Victor Minca (detail)
Societá Dante Alighieri
DOWNTOWN & BEYOND MIAMI Fl. 33132 - 33130
Centro Cultural Español
Miami Dade Public Library
101 W. Flagler St. (Main Library) • 305 375 2665 • email@example.com • mdpla.org • Mon – Wed, Fri & Sat: 10 – 6 • Thurs: 12 – 8; Sun: Closed • The Miami‑Dade Public Library System’s Art Services and Exhibitions Department maintains a permanent collection of over 2,200 works of art.
Christina Marclay (detail)
1490 Biscayne Blvd. • 305 448 9677 • firstname.lastname@example.org • ccemiami.org • Mon – Fri: 9 – 5 • Promotes Spanish and Latin American Culture, as well as Culture in Spanish.
Miami International University of Art & Design
1501 Biscayne Blvd. • 305 397 9207 • email@example.com • artinstitutes.edu/Miami • Master’s, bachelor’s and associate’s degree programs in the fields of design, fashion and media arts.
New World School of the Arts New World Gallery
25 NE 2nd. St. • 305 237 3620 • firstname.lastname@example.org • nwsa.mdc.edu • Exhibition space dedicated to NWSA students, faculty and alumni.
260 NE 5th Ave. Delray Beach, Fl. 33483 • 561 900 7167 • email@example.com • fordfineart. com • Most Tues., Thurs. & Sat. & by appt. • Latin American Masters & Central American Contemporary Art. Delray Beach, Florida & Galeria Rancho Santana, Nicaragua. 15
The Ford Galleries
ArtCenter / South Florida
Carlos Spartacus (detail)
924 Lincoln Road. Ste. 205 • 305 674 8278 • firstname.lastname@example.org • artcentersf.org • Mon - Thu: 12 – 9; Fri & Sat: 11 – 10; Sun: 11 – 9 • Supports artists and advances the knowledge and practice of contemporary visual arts and culture in South Florida.
FIU Miami Beach Urban Studio / MBUS
420 Lincoln Road. Ste. 440 • 305 535 1463 • email@example.com • mbus.fiu.edu • Mon – Fri: 9 - 5 & by appt. • The Urban Studios offers an innovative and artistic opportunity for the community to study in the most vibrant urban center.
Peace Mural Foundation
420 Lincoln Road, Ste. 394 • 305 549 8095 • firstname.lastname@example.org • peacemural.org • Studio visits at Miami Art Palace • (7900 SW 77th. Ave. Miami, Fl. 33143) • by appt. only • Murals and Outside Art. The Peace Mural by Artist Huong is an ongoing, developing project as new themes continue to be added.
The Sagamore Hotel
1671 Collins Ave. • 305 535 8088 • email@example.com • sagamorehotel.com • Daily: 9 – 9 • Private art tours by appt. • Year round programming of curated selling art exhibits in partnership with international galleries and leading artists.
Beatriz & Beatrice (detail)
Markowicz Fine Art
110 NE 40th St. • 305 308 6398 • firstname.lastname@example.org • markowiczfineart.com • Mon – Sat: 11 – 7; Sun:12 -6 • Represents in USA Carole Feuerman, Alain Godon, Idan Zareski, Kai, and Maurice Renoma. Showing also Contemporary masters as Warhol, Botero, and Manolo Valdés, among others.
136 NW 37th St. • 305 562 1805 • email@example.com • thewaysoul.com • Mon – Sat: 9 – 9 • The Way is a spiritual center inspired by El Camino de Santiago de Compostela that combines art, coffee and co-working space.
BIRD ROAD ART DISTRICT Fl. 33155
Aimée Pérez (detail)
Aimée Pérez Sculptor
By appointment only • 4706 SW 75 Ave. • 305 972 7766 • firstname.lastname@example.org • aimee-ceramics. com • Artist Studio.
Art Nouveau Gallery
348 NW 29th St. • 305 573 4661 • email@example.com • artnouveaumiami.com • Mon - Fri: 11 – 5; Sat: by appt. only • Latin American Geometric Abstraction.
Bakehouse Art Complex / bac
561 NW 32nd St. • 305 576 2828 • info@bacFl.org - bacFl.org • Mon – Sun: 12 – 5 • Free Admission and Parking • 1st View / 2nd Fridays • Artist in Residency Facility with two exhibition galleries. Art Education and Artist Development Programs.
Curator’s Voice Art Projects
299 NW 25th St. • 786 357 0568 • firstname.lastname@example.org • curatorsvoice.com • Mon – Fri: 1 – 6; Sat: 6 – 10 • Emergent voices and contemporary art from local and international art fields.
Diana Lowenstein Gallery
2043 N. Miami Ave. • 305 576 1804 • email@example.com • dianalowensteingallery.com • Tues– Fri: 10 – 5; Sat: 10:30 – 3 • International Contemporary Art.
Jérémy Gobé (detail)
2085 NW 2nd Ave. • 305 509 8338 • firstname.lastname@example.org • artbastion.com • Tues – Sat: 11 - 6 • International art agency and gallery representing artists from around the world.
Lia Bermudez (detail)
Jacqueline Roch (detail)
By appointment only • 305 322 6112 • email@example.com • alejandravonhartz. com • Contemporary Art with a focus in Geometric Abstraction, Conceptual and Latin American Art in dialogue with global contemporary art.
Valentina Bilabo (detail)
Alejandra von Hartz Gallery
Juan Pablo Garza (detail)
Humberto Diaz (detail)
ARTS DISTRICT Fl. 33127
2417 N. Miami Ave. • 305 576 9878 • firstname.lastname@example.org • ideobox.com • Mon – Fri: 9 – 5; Sat. by appt. • A meeting place where artists, collectors and art lovers interact to create, live and consume contemporary art.
By appointment only • 786 486 7248 • email@example.com • dinamitranigallery. com • International Contemporary Photography .
Marina Font (detail)
Dina Mitrani Gallery
Carla Arocha & Stéphane Schraenen (detail)
ARTS DISTRICT Fl. 33127
By appointment only • 305 573 8142 • firstname.lastname@example.org • kabecontemporary. com • International Contemporary Art.
Robert Fonfria (detail)
Jessica Mitrani (detail)
Nikolai Kasak (detail)
125 NW 23rd St. • 305 441 2005 • email@example.com • artnet. com/sammergallery. html • Tues – Fri: 10 – 6 • Modern & Contemporary Latin American Masters with focus on constructivism and concrete art.
The Screening Room
The Wynwood Building • 2750 NW 3rd Ave. Ste. 11 • 305 753 3423 • firstname.lastname@example.org • thehueart.com • Mon – Fri: 11 – 7 • A new approach to art. From pop-up exhibits to captivating art stories.
Beatriz Rodriquez (detail)
By appointment only • 305 582 7191 • email@example.com • thescreeningroommiami. com • New Media exhibition and project space.
UM Art Gallery
The Wynwood Building • 2750 NW 3rd Ave. Ste. 4 • 305 284 3161 • firstname.lastname@example.org • as.miami. edu/art/ • Wed., Thurs. & Fri: 10 - 6 • Every 2nd. Sat: 4 – 10 & by appt. • Exhibitions of University of Miami Students, Alumni and Faculty
Florencia Aise (detail)
Wynwood 28 | Art Gallery
97 NW 25th St. Ste. 102 • 786 230 4210 • email@example.com • wynwood28.com • Mon – Fri: 11 - 6; Sat. by appt. • Representing mid-career artists new to US market but with extensive experience in their home countries.
Rehearsal for The Fairy’s Kiss
Miami City Ballet
2200 Liberty Ave. Miami Beach, Fl. 33139 • Box Office: 305 929 7010 • For tickets and more information: miamicityballet.org • Miami City Ballet’s mission is to produce and present the highest level of dance performances throughout Florida, the United States and abroad, train young aspiring dancers, and develop MCB School into a leader of dance education. 18
LITTLE HAITI / LITTLE RIVER
John Henry (detail)
7255 NE 4th Ave. Space 113 • Rail 71 Complex • 305 979 3855 • firstname.lastname@example.org • artscapelab. com • Mon- Fri: 11 – 6; Sat. by appt. • Art platform for outdoor and site-specific needs, focusing mainly on sculptural and tri-dimensional work.
Dot Fiftyone Gallery
Mindy Solomon Gallery
8397 NE 2nd Ave. • 786 953 6917 • email@example.com • mindysolomon.com • Tues – Sat: 11 – 5 • Contemporary emerging and mid-career artists. Art advisory services. Painting, sculpture, photography, video. Top 500 Galleries Worldwide, Louise Blouin Media.
Dominique Labauvie (detail) Elisabeth Condon (detail)
5900 NW 2nd Ave. • Miami, Fl. 33127 • 305 576 1278 • firstname.lastname@example.org • emersondorsch.com • Tues – Sat: 12 - 5 & by appt. • Contemporary art gallery representing select South Florida-based artists.
Rimonim Art Gallery
7500 NE 4th Ct. Ste. 103 • 305 467 6101 • email@example.com • rimonimartgallery.com • Mon-Fri: noon – 5 & by appt. • Representing American and International artists.
Fl. 33134 - 33135
Coral Gables Art Cinema
260 Aragon Ave. • 786 385 9689 • info@gablescinema. com • gablescinema.com • Tickets: $11.75/ $10 / $8 • The Coral Gables Art Cinema is the premier location for film lovers of all types. The cinema presents first-run and regional premieres of quality American independent, foreign feature films, documentaries, cult classics, rare never-before-seen gems, and alternative content.
MDC Tower Theater
1508 SW 8th St. • 305 643 8706 • firstname.lastname@example.org • towertheater.com • Tickets: $10/$8/$6 • MDC’s Tower Theater is one of Miami’s oldest cultural landmarks. When it opened in December of 1926, it was the finest state-of-theart theater in the South. In 2002, the City of Miami authorized Miami Dade College to manage the theater operations. 19
Beatriz Gerenstein (detail)
Dot Fiftyone Space
7275 NE 4th Ave. Space 101 • Rail 71 Complex • 305 573 9994 • email@example.com • dotfiftyone.com • Mon – Fri: 11 – 7; Sat: 1 – 6 & by appt. • A Miami based gallery with a focus in contemporary emerging art.
PRIVATE COLLECTIONS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC CIFO / Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation Toda percepción es una interpretación
Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection
YOU ARE PART OF IT Iran Do Espirito Santo, Untitled, 2003 Crystal, 7.9 x 4.1 x 1.9 cm
1018 N. Miami Ave. Miami, Fl. 33136 • 305 455 3380 • firstname.lastname@example.org • cifo.org Thurs., Fri: 12 – 6 pm; Sat. & Sun: 10 am – 4 pm • Admission: Free • Celebrating their 15th Anniversary • Through March 12: Toda percepción es una interpretación: You are part of it • Curated by Eugenio Valdés Figueroa & Katrin Steffen • Works from the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection • March 24 – April 9: NWSA BFA Exhibition. August – September: Grants & Commissions.
Works from the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection
de la Cruz Collection Contemporary Art Space Carlos and Rosa de la Cruz Collection
23 NE 41st St. Miami, Fl. 33137 • 305 576 6112 • email@example.com • delacruzcollection.org • Hours: Tues. – Sat: 10 am – 4 pm • Through November 2017: Progressive Praxis. Artists includeTauba Auerbach, Hernan Bas, Mark Bradford, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Wade Guyton, Rashid Johnson, Martin Creed, Jorge Pardo, among others. Albert Oehlen, 36, 2013, paper on canvas, 91 x 142 in.
Girls’ Club / Contemporary Art by Women Francie Bishop Good & David Horvitz Collection
Building closing February 25, nomadic program ongoing • 954 828 9151 • info@ girlsclubcollection.org • girlsclubcollection. org • Through June 2017: Girls’ Club
OFFSITE, multi-disciplinary performance projects • April - August 2017: Women Painting, on location at the Miami-Dade College Kendall Gallery. Curated by Michelle Weinberg and Sarah Michelle Rupert. Joan Snyder, Postmardengarden, 1995, mixed media, 66 x 72 in.
the margulies collection at the WAREhOUSE Martin Z. Margulies Collection
Mark Dion, Cabinet of Marine Debris, 2014, mixed media, 113 x 84 x 32 in.
591 NW 27th St. Miami, Fl. 33127 • 305 576 1051 • firstname.lastname@example.org • margulieswarehouse.com • Hours: Wed – Sat: 11 - 4 • Admission: $10 donation to the Lotus House • Through April 29: Jannis Kounellis Paintings 1983 – 2012 • Ansel Kiefer New addition to the permanent collection • Jason Schmidt Artists Series, 2006 • Permanent Exhibitions: Chamberlain, de Kooning, Eliasson, Flavin, Heizer, Judd, Noguchi, Philipsz, Segal, Serra, Tony Smith, Franz West.
Rubell Family Collection Donald and Mera Rubell Collection
95 NW 29th St. Miami, Fl. 33127 • 305 573 6090 • email@example.com • rfc.museum • Hours: Wed. – Sat. 10 - 6 • Admission: $10 students $5 • In 2018 RFC will inaugurate its new location at Allapattah District • Through August 25: Contemporary Brazilian Art from the Rubell Family Collection • High Anxiety: New Acquisitions. Frank Benson, Juliana (Prototype), 2014 - 2015, Painted Accura® Xtreme Plastic rapid prototype, 54 x 48 x 24 in.
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VISUAL ART MUSEUMS Coral Gables Museum
Amelia Peláez, Interior with Balcony, 1947, mixed media on heavy paper over board, 22 x 30 in.
285 Aragon Ave. Coral Gables, Fl. 33134 • 305 603 8067 • coralgablesmuseum.org Hours: Tues – Fri: 12 – 6; Sat: 11 – 5; Sun: 12 - 5 • Admission: Adults: $10; Seniors & Students: $8; Children 3 – 12: $3; < 3: Free January 22 – April 23: Cuban Art in the 20th Century. Cultural Identity and the International Avant Garde. Curated by Segundo Fernandez • March 3 – May 14: Plan Z for Miami. Repurposing Rickenbacker Causeway to Rickenbacker Park • Ongoing: Creating the Dream: George E. Merrick and His Vision for Coral Gables. Curated by Arva Moore Parks.
Frost Art Museum / FIU FIU Campus, 10975 SW 17th St. Miami, Fl. 33199 • 305 348 2890 • thefrost.fiu • Hours: Tue – Sat: 10 – 5, Sun: 12 – 5 • Admission: Free • Through March 19: Casting Shadows. Photographs by Edward West • Through May 7: Marking the Infinite. Contemporary Women Artists from Aboriginal Australia. Works from Debra and Dennis Scholl Collection • February 11 – May 21: Carol Angelina Pwerle, Bush Plum, 2010, Brown Goldberg. Tangled Nature. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 46 x 78 in.
ICA / Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami 4040 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, Fl. 33137 • 305 901 5272 • icamiami.org • Hours: Tues – Sun: 11 - 7 • Admission: Free • Through March 26: Thomas Bayrle: One Day on Success Street • No further exhibitions until the opening of the new building with The Everywhere Studio on December 1, 2017 Artist rendering of ICA Miami
Jewish Museum of Florida – FIU
Florida Jews on the Fashion Scene 1800s to Today
301 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Fl. 33139 • 305 672 5044 • jmof.fiu.edu • Hours: Tues – Sun: 10 – 5 • Admission: $6; Senior/ Student: $5; Children < 6: Free • Through November 5: Hot Couture. Florida Jews on the Fashion Scene, 1800s to Today • Until March 19: Stitching History from the Holocaust • April 3 - October 1: Evil. A Matter of Intent • October 16 2017 – January 7 2018: Ruth Gruber. Photojournalist.
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VISUAL ART MUSEUMS Lowe Art Museum
Kia Chenelle, The Waiting Man II, 2013, Archival inkjet print, 11 x 14 in.
UM Campus, 1301 Stanford Dr. Coral Gables, Fl. 33146 • 305 284 3535 • lowemuseum. org • Hours: Tues – Sat: 10 – 4; Sun: 12 – 4 • Admission: $10 / $5 Free: UM students • Through May 21: Emilio Sanchez in South Florida Collections. Curated by Drs. Victor Deupi and Nathan Timpano • February 23 – May 21: Dandy Lion: (Re)Articulating Black Masculine Identity. Curated by Shantrelle P. Lewis • Through May 7: Unconscious Animate World. From Shelley and Donald Rubin Collection • Through June 2: Sean Cavanaugh. Under the Elders’ Gaze.
MOAD / Museum of Art and Design
Shen Wei Performance at MDC Museum of Art and Design.
600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Fl. 33132 • 305 237 7700 • mdcmoad.org • The Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College to Close for Renovations To better serve its audiences, the Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College is currently going through an exciting period of upgrades and renovations through the Spring of 2018. While the museum is improving its building, it will continue bringing engaging offsite exhibitions, education and public programs. Stay connected for news and updates at www.mdcmoad.org
MOCA / Museum of Contemporary Art 770 NE 125th St. North Miami, Fl. 33161 • 305 893 6211 • mymoca.org • Hours: Tues Fri: 11 – 5 ; Sat: 1 – 9; Sun: 11 – 5 • Admission: $ 5 / $ 3 Students and Seniors: $3; Children <12: Free • February 7 – March 5: Jean Claude Legagneur. Faces of Freedom. Curated by Jorge Luis Gutierrez • March 23 – May 21: Viktor and Ekaterna Khromin. Under the Sun • June 8 – August 6: South Florida Consortium • September 7 – November 5: Caribbean Contempo. Edouard Duval Carrie. Jean Claude Legagneur, Defile la Folle, 2003. Acrylic on canvas. 40 x 60 in.
NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale
Catherine Opie, Andy Warhol to Elizabeth, 2010 – 2011, pigment print, 16 ½ x 22 in.
Nova Southeastern University, 1 E. Las Olas Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. 33301 • 954 525 5500 • moaFl.org • Hours: Tues Wed, Fri - Sat: 11 - 6 Thurs. 11 – 8; Sun 12 – 5 • Admission: $12/ $8/ $5 Free: Children 12 & under • Through April 23: Francesco Clemente. Dormiveglia; Ansel Kiefer from the Hall Collection. Regeneration Series. • February 12 – June 18: Catherine Opie. 700 Nimes • February 12 – October 8: David Levinthal. Recent Acquisitions; Jose Bedia Fieldwork. Selections from the De la Cruz Collection • May 14 – September 3: Some Aesthetic Decisions. Centenary Celebration of Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain. 24
VISUAL ART MUSEUMS PAMM / Pérez Art Museum Miami 1103 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Fl. 33132 • 305 375 3000 • firstname.lastname@example.org • pamm. org • Hours: Mon - Tue: 10 - 6; Closed Wed.; Thurs: 10 - 9; Fri - Sun: 10 - 6 •Admission: $16 / $12 Free: Children < 6 • Free Every 2nd. Sat, and every 1 st Thursday • Through March 19: Julio Le Parc. Form into Action. • Through May 28: Lawrence Weiner: OUT OF SIGHT. • February 23–August 27: John Akomfrah. Tropikos. • April 21 – September 24: Toba Khedoori. • May 5–October 1: Youssef Nabil. I Saved My Belly Dancer. • July Toba Khedoori, Untitled (doors), 14, 2017–May 20, 2018: Haroon Mirza. 1995 (detail). Oil and wax on paper, • October 19, 2017–April 22, 2018: Dara 132 × 234 in. Friedman. Perfect Stranger.
The Bass 2100 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fl. 33139 • 305 673 7530. thebass.org • “From the transformation’s inception in 2013, The Bass has embarked on a $12 million project to transform the museum’s visitor experience. From an expanded and more dynamic physical space to a refreshed visual identity, the new Bass unveils a building for larger exhibitions, engaging education activities and a robust collection program, reopening this Spring “. Museum Statement.
Sylvie Fleury, Eternity Now, 2015. Permanently on view in Collins Park.
The Cuban / American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora 1200 Coral Way Miami, Fl. 33145 • 305 667 9007 • email@example.com • cubanmuseum.org • Daily 10 - 4; Closed Wed. & Holidays Open Late Viernes Culturales: 6 10 pm • Admission: $12 / $ 8 Children under 6: Free • Grand Opening: May 1st, 2017 • Through March 26 (Saturdays and Sundays only, 10 – 4): Luis Cruz Azaceta: Dictators, Terrorism, War and Exiles. Curated by Alejandro Anreus, Ph.D. • April 29 – August 27: Generation 1.5: Trailblazers of Cuban American Art. Curated by Ileana Fuentes & Mario Algaze, El Prado, 1999. La Jesus Rosado. Habana, Cuba.
The Wolfsonian / FIU 1001 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Fl. 33139 • 305 531 1001 • wolfsonian.org • Hours: Daily 12 – 6; Fri: 12 – 9; Closed Wed • Admission: $10 / $5 Free: Children < 6 • Through June 11: Modern Dutch Design. Organized by Curator Silvia Barisione; More is More. An Installation by Christie van der Haak • Through April 16: The Pursuit of Abstraction • June 9 – October 8: North and South. Berenice Abbot’s U.S . Route 1 • October 6, 2017 – April 1, 2018: Julius Wolfsonian exterior. Photo by Lynton Gardiner. Klinger. Posters of Modern Age.
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