Elizabeth Turk, Script: Line 200, 2014, Marble, 30 x 20 x 8 inches, Image courtesy of the artist and Hirschl & Adler Modern New York, Photo ÂŠ Eric Stoner
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Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU
October 13, 2018 â€” January 13, 2019
FermĂn Ceballos, Isolation [detail], 2007, Photographs documenting performance, 12 x 15 inches, Courtesy of the artist
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Convergences / Divergences
Primitive Sources of the Modern, at the Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection (JCMAC). Curated by Ariel Jiménez. This year’s annual exhibition at the Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection (JCMAC) Convergences/Divergences. Primitive Sources of the Modern, curated by Venezuelan art historian Ariel Jimenez, showcases a group of extraordinary utilitarian pieces from the Ye’kwanas, an indigenous VenezuelanBrazilian community. Originally gathered by Venezuelan explorer and naturalist Charles Brewer-Carías, who has traveled extensively throughout the Amazonia region since the 1960s, these invaluable pieces will now be part of the JCMAC’s Western geometric abstract collection and will highlight the importance of diversity, ethnography and preservation of all material culture. Ye'kwana Basket, c. 1961 Alongside these objects, the JCMAC will exhibit important works from their abstract geometric collection, with the goal of stimulating conversation regarding these two diverse, yet not quite opposite creative universes. Many questions arise: How similar are the inventive processes between modern art and the primitive production of utilitarian objects that are geometrically decorated? What is the contribution of each to a corresponding symbolic trade? What connections does the viewing public make when we simultaneously exhibit these two diverse cultural realms in tandem? Are there formal elements that coincide? And if so, how do we relate the so-called “primitive” abstract works to those that are the product of a “modern” perspective? Curator Jiménez has put forth these and other queries in an effort to promote a visual dialogue between the Ye’kwana utilitarian objects, and some of the iconic abstract geometric works in the JCMAC collection. The curator’s approach is decidedly away from an attempt at establishing a historical connection between the modern and its origins, but to instead encourage a confrontation between the two, thereby prompting new dialogues, in search of possible semantics and convergences/ divergences. Between both creative worlds there are stimulating connections to be found, artistically speaking: those that can be woven between modernity –specifically, the geometric abstractionists, alongside with the indigenous pieces’ use of geometry. Hopefully, we will be able to detect similar forms of geometry present in both worlds, despite the cultural and historical differences. Such an interesting thematic thread might actually suggest Josef Albers, Homenage to the Square: the seminal definition of the pure Amber Setting, 1959 act of creation, and evoke possible relationships between modernity, the symbolic trade of objects, and the utilitarian nature of the indigenous pieces, be they works of art or artisanal pieces. - Amalia Caputo, Art historian / Writer. On view: November 30, 2018 – May 4, 2019 Opening: Friday, November 30, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
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MIAMI EXPERIENCE Miami is a territory where we might be white, black or in between, descendants of original people, born here or elsewhere, but we are all invited to leave behind the common stereotypes and the refusal of not-like-me to enjoy the marvels of great art.
We cannot forget the indigenous population, that’s why the article Convergences / Divergences written by artist and art historian Amalia Caputo (page 4) is so enlightening, because it reveals how a mainly focused on geometric abstraction private collection spots the creative and geometric work of weaved objects from the Ye’kwanas, an indigenous Venezuelan-Brazilian community. This will be the annual exhibition of Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection, one of the 6 private collections that open to the public, adding up to Miami’s must-visit for the art world. (page 32).
For our 16th anniversary and greeting you with a Cuban American flamingo in our cover (perhaps descendant of those brought from Cuba to adorn Hialeah Park in 1934) we asked two cultivated residents to share their views about Miami. For our dearest friend George Neary, Miami is a vault. He is the real expert in the whole Miami experience, debuting now with his own tour company. He wrote So You Think You Know Miami? (page 12) – a fun challenge to you, our readers, to try and see how many places have you visited.
Art Circuits is now “mostly digital” but we keep up the pleasure of printing this collectable and easy to carry fall guide that you have in your hands. This is intended for those who like you and me, like to take notes and touch while we read. For art emergencies our free app is a must, but to read and touch you will find in the fall guide interesting art galleries (page 20), original artists, 19 art fairs on 2018 (pages 28), plus 13 museums (page 30), all 6 private collections open to the public, and for the past 5 years we have had the utmost complete program of Art of Black, promoted by the Multicultural Tourism Department of GMC&VB. (starting on page 47).
To better enjoy the wide spectrum of tropical Miami, without clichés, we asked ourselves about what the black Caribbean aesthetic might look like in front of other Afro descendants and how we perceive in Miami a common thread with many diasporic artists at work. So we requested Haitian artist Adler Guerrier for this season’s guide from an African diasporic view, Miami and the Art of the African Diaspora (page 16).
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Miami? By George Neary
Miami world renowned for its weather/ beaches and as a new city has a long history. There are architectural gems, ancient buildings and colorful wonders found no where else. Tucked away in North Miami Beach is the oldest building in the northern hemisphere-The Ancient Spanish Monastery built in 1133 in Sacramenia near Segovia, Spain. Purchased by William Randolph Herst, who cut down an entire forest to create the boxes to contain the stones, and built an entire train system to carry the boxes to be transported eventually to Miami. This amazing architectural wonder is your chance to explore a bit of medieval Europe in Miami. Spanishmonastery. com/305-945-1461 Close to the end of highway US 1 is an amazing architectural wonder Called Coral Castle. It is listed on the US Register of Historic Places and took Latvian American Edward Leedskalnin 28 years to singlehandedly construct. Legends state he used reverse magnetism to move numerous stones weighing several tons. He was jilted at the alter before he left for America and focused all his life to creating this castle dedicated to his lost love. Coral castle.com/305-2486345 South Beach has the largest collection of historic Art Deco buildings in the world constructed between 192942. Visit Marlin Hotel/ Colony Hotel/ Essex House and Art Deco Welcome Center for tours & merchandise. Mdpl. Org/305-672-2014. Explore Miami (magic city) City hall formally, the Pan American terminal building listed on the national register built in 1954 on dinner key in Coconut Grove. Miami city hall.com/305-416-1025 The Fontainebleau hotel has defined luxury resort architecture and tourism fantasy since 1954 with its stairway to nowhere, which was designed by Morris Lapidus, because he knew brides, prom queens and quinceañeras would forevermore pose on the steps to take their life time photos. 800-548-8336/ Fontainebleau hotel.com 14
A forest was cut down to make the boxes and a train was built to ship the disassembled Monastery built in 1133 to the new world and on to Miami!Â Courtesy of Spanish Monastery Museum & Gardens.
Caitlyn Silhan Family late 1930 (1941) This architectural wonder amazes everyone who sees it. No one knows how it was created by one man pining over his lost love. Courtesy of Coral Castle.
The only building on the beach (east) side of historic Ocean Drive is a 1950 building updated to house the saviors of the World Famous Art Deco District and from there minds are blown with the true story of Miami Beach preservation.Â Courtesy of Miami Dade Preservation League.
Seaplanes flew into Biscayne Bay and delivered their precious cargo of mail and a few daring passengers to Pan Am terminal in 1920s/ now Miami City Hall. Courtesy of the City of Miami. 15
Here are three iconic Art Deco hotels that all were each so special in their day. The Senator and New Yorker were demolished and live on as architectural martyrs in the history of saving the rest of the Art Deco District. The Delano proved that with its every room with a view, that Art Deco was now back on the world stage!Â 16
A stairway that goes nowhere, but brides, prom queens and movie star wannbees all line up to have their photos taken on this magical staircase. Built just for them! Courtesy of Fontainebleau Miami Beach
These are just a few examples of what is nestled throughout Miami. just waiting to be discovered...by YOU!! By George Neary Tours “R” Us – Miami firstname.lastname@example.org 17
Miami and art of the African diaspora.
BY ADLER GUERRIER email@example.com adlerguerrier.com/studio/
As an artist practicing in Miami, I am fortunate to be offered, somewhat regularly, works, exhibitions, practices, and discourses produced in the aesthetics and in the sociopolitical consciousness of the African diaspora. My views of this art scene have enlarged by such offerings. I hold as a resource, the processing of works seen, with particular formations and concerns, in relation to Miami and its history, and, also, to its curious geographical importance. My prime example is Kerry James Marshall: One True Thing, Meditations on Black Aesthetics, opened at Miami Art Museum, in February 2004. Marshall’s exhibition empowered us in our thinking of the practice of depicting black bodies, the role of fetishized objects, and the sustaining spaces resonant with radical or liberating traditions. I would also note many works, held in private and public collections or shown in exhibitions, function as tributaries to the stream of African diasporic consciousness; works by Edouard Duval-Carrié, Senga Nengudi, Tomás Esson, Maria Magdalena- Pons, Lorna Simpson, Wangechi Mutu, Stan Douglas, El Anatsui, Leslie Hewitt, Lynette Yiadom–Boakye, and Glenn Ligon. In lieu of listing of every artists that I can remember, I offer this guide for this season. " Bethany Collins, The Litany, a site-specific installation with a durational performance, to be presented, at Locust Projects, centers on language, texts, and reading to reveal the meaning in the structural framing of the diasporic life..
Bethany Collins, America: The Hymnal, 2017, Book with 100 laser cut leaves, Image courtesy the artist and PATRON Gallery and CANDOR Arts. 18
Chris Ofili, exhibition on view at Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami.
AfriCOBRA, Messages to the People, at Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami. Exhibition features works by artists include Gerald Williams, Jae Jarrell, Barbara JonesHogu, Wadsworth Jarrell, Nelson Stevens, Napoleon JonesHenderson, Omar Lama, Sherman Beck and Carolyn Lawrence; curated by Jeffreen M. Hayes.
High Life, 2018. Oil and charcoal on linen.
Ebony G. Patterson . . . while the dew is still on the roses . . ., exhibition at PĂŠrez Art Museum Miami. This exhibition focuses on the role that gardens have played in her practice, referenced as spaces of both beauty and burial; environments filled with fleeting aesthetics and mourning. Sherman Beck, Then & Now, 1972/2015. Photo courtesy by Kavi Gupta.
Ebony G. Patterson. . . . they stood in a time of unknowing . . . for those who bear/ bare witness, 2018. Hand cut jacquard photo tapestry with glitter, appliques, pins, embellishments, fabric, tassels, brooches, acrylic, glass, pearls, beads, hand cast heliconias, and artist-designed fabric wallpaper (not pictured). Courtesy the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago. 19
Lincoln Memorial Park, a cemetery established in 1924, in Miamiâ€™s neighborhood of Brownsville. The cemetery hold memories of lives past and thus invites the contemplative to the park as a notable endpoint within African diaspora. It is located at 3001 NW 46th street.
Lincoln Memorial Park, Photo: Daniel Auster/ flickr.com.
Parallels and Peripheries, an exhibition curated by Larry Ossei-Mensah, ArtCenter South Florida.
Installation view. Photo: ArtCenter/Anastasia Samoylova
Terence Price II, artist, photographer, filmmaker, documentarian captures everyday moment within his social and familial surroundings. Visit his studio at ArtCenter South Florida.
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Josafá Neves: Visceral, on view in KER Gallery Art Projects. Curated by Dayalis González. Neves attest to the presence and contributions of Afro-Brazilians.
The Strangeness Will Wear Off, a group exhibition at David Castillo Gallery, featuring works by Tomashi Jackson, Shinique Smith, Eamon Ore-Giron, among others.
The School House Rock (Brown, et al. v Board of Education of Topeka)(Bolling v Sharpe (District of Columbia)), 2016. Mixed media on gauze.
Purvis Young, an exhibition, at the Rubell Family Collection, featuring over 100 paintings from this artist who spent the entirety of his life (1943—2010) working in Miami. A comprehensive catalog with an interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist and writings by Rashid Johnson, Gean Moreno, Franklin Sirmans, César Trasobares, and Barbara N. Young, will accompany the exhibition.
Miami and art of the African diaspora. BY ADLER GUERRIER firstname.lastname@example.org adlerguerrier.com/studio/
Photo:The Rubell Family Collection 21
ARTISTS Aimée Pérez Art Space. Sculptor
Artist Studio by appt. only; 4706 SW 75th Ave. Miami, Fl. 33155; 305 972 7766; email@example.com; aimee-ceramics.com
Emilio Cianfoni. Paintings, Sculptures. Emilio Cianfoni
Artist Studio by appointment only. 270 – 272 NW 36th St. Miami, Fl. 33127; 305 576 2399; firstname.lastname@example.org; emiliocianfoni.com; Tues. – Sat: noon – 5 pm. Dec 1, 2018– Jan. 31, 2019: Recent work by Emilio Cianfoni. Inspiration from viewing the Angels by Pietro Cavallini.
Erika King Collages.
305 323 7385; Artist Studio; email@example.com; erikaking.com
LnS Gallery Arturo Rodríguez
2610 SW 28th Lane; 305 987 5642; lnsgallery.com. Tues Fri: 11 - 6; Sat: 12 - 5. From November 17, 2018 - January 5, 2019: Arturo Rodriguez. Arcimboldo’s Ghosts. Nov. 30, 7 pm: Conversation between artist Rodriguez and art critic Lilly Wei. Open late for Coconut Grove’s First Saturday Reception: Dec. 1, 6 - 9 pm. Special guitar performance by Alberto Puerto.
Gallery @ CGAF in Mayfair.
3390 Mary St. # 128, 305 447 0401; cgaf.com; Mon – Fri: 9 – 6; Through November 28: 46th Miami Watercolor Society Annual Fall Exhibit. Dec. 1, 2018 – Jan. 5, 2019: A Walk on the Wild Side by Ron Magill. Curated by Lilia Garcia.
BRICKELL CITY CENTRE
Brickell City Centre, 701 S. Miami Ave, Suite 362 C; 305 400 0505; firstname.lastname@example.org; jamali.com. Mon - Sat 10 am - 9:30 pm; Sun. 12 – 7. Nov. 15, 2019 – Jan. 15, 2019: Winter Beauties of Mystical Expressionism. Jamali, artist and curator. Dec. 6 & 7: Meet Jamali in the Gallery Thur, 12/6: 12:00 pm. until 9:30pm, & on Fri. 12/7 from 10 am to 4:00 pm. 22
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ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries
169 Madeira Ave; 305 444 4493; virginiamiller.com; Tues â€“ Fri: 11 â€“ 6 & by appt.; Nov. 2, 2018 â€“ Feb.22, 2019: Renato Meziat. A Decade of Realism.
1825 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Ste. 125; 786 452 1235; info@ cevorgallery.com; cevorgallery.com; Wed â€“ Fri: 11 â€“ 6 & by appt. Through Dec. 31: Dan Dailey. Found in Translation. Sculpture and functional art with an emphasis on lighting since 1970.
Durban Segnini Gallery
3072 SW 38th Ave, Miami, Fl. 33146; 305 774 7740; Mon â€“ Fri: 10 â€“ 6; Sat: by appt.; durbansegnini.com; Nov. 16, 2018 â€“ Mar. 2019. Large Format. Painting & Abstraction. Works by Chab, FelguĂŠrez, Galarraga, GarciandĂa, Manaure, Paternosto, RamĂrez-Villamizar, Ravelo, Richter, Rojas, SeguĂ, de Szyszlo, and de Volder. Participating in art miami booth AM 209.
Ninoska Huerta. POP UP Gallery.
JesĂşs Rafael Soto
290 Aragon Ave.; 305 588 1231; ninoskahuerta.com; Private art dealer and Art Projectsâ€™ Producer; Contemporary and modern art. Check her website for the latest Pop Up! Dec. 1 - Dec. 31: SOTO.
Rojas-Ford Fine Arts
3138 Ponce de LeĂłn Blvd; 305 420 5413; rojas-ford.com. Through Nov. 30: Central American Naive Art from a Private Collection. Dec. 1 - 10: Honduran Masters. Dec. 12, 2018 Jan. 30, 2019: Mexican Masters. Tamayo, Rivera, Toledo, Montoya among others. Participating in Pinta Miami, 2018. Launching of the book Central American Modernism / Modernismo Centroamericano.
1825 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Ste. 125 Coral Gables, Fl 33134 786 452 1235 email@example.com cevorgallery.com Through December 31: Dan Dailey. Found in Translation. Sculpture and functional art with
an emphasis on lighting since 1970.
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7255 NE 4th Ave. Space 113. Rail 71 Complex; artscapelab. com; Mon- Fri: 11 – 6; Sat. by appt. Through Nov. 28: Ahmed Gomez. Handmade. Curated by Rodolfo de Athayde. Dec. 1, 2018 – Feb. 8, 2019: Rivas Wloch Laboratory. Opening Reception, Dec. 1, 7 – 10 pm. Participating in art miami booth AM 104.
Curator’s Voice Art Projects
350 NE 75th St. Unit 5; 786 357 0568; curatorsvoice.com; Mon – Fri: 1 – 6; Sat: 6 – 10. Nov. 28, 2018 – Jan. 19, 2019: Art Contest Miami / Basel Season. Juried Show.
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Dot Fiftyone Gallery
7275 NE 4th Avenue. Space 101, Rail 71 Complex; 305 573 9994; dotfiftyone.com; Mon – Fri: 11 – 7; Sat: 1 – 6 & by appt. Through Nov. 25: Graciela Hasper. Proximities. Curated by Veronica Flom. Dec. 1 , 2018 - Jan. 31, 2019: Pepe Lopez Reus: Root/Route: A Personal Cartography. Curated by Tamara Chalabi. Opening Reception, Dec. 1, 7 – 10 pm.
5900 NW 2nd Ave; 305 576 1278; emersondorsch.com; Tues – Sat: 12 - 5 & by appt. Dec 2, 2018 – Jan. 15, 2019: PARADISE SUMMIT MIAMI: a group show. The gallery is transformed into a flexible space designed by architect, Germane Barnes and artist, Karen Rifas. Participating in PRIZM
Fabien Castanier Gallery
Little River Space. 6629 NE 2nd Ave; 305 602 020; contact@ castaniergallery; castaniergallery.com; Tues – Thurs: 12 – 5 pm & by appt. Through Dec. 29: TIME IS NOW: Speedy Graphito, JonOne, RERO, Mark Jenkins, Miaz Brothers, TILT, Jan Kalab, Faith XLVII, Adam Beris, DoMA, Aaron de la Cruz, Andrew Schoultz, Luke Newton, OX, Lady M, and Stuart Semple.
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Mindy Solomon Gallery.
8397 NE 2nd Ave; 786 953 6917; mindysolomon.com; Tues – Sat: 11 – 5. Through Nov. 24: Virginia Leonard: It Only Hurts When I Bend, alongside Close The Blinds with Danny Ferrell, Sophia Narret, and Hiba Schahbaz. Dec. 2, 2018 – Jan. 12, 2019: Ezra Johnson. Floating on Top. Jan. 19 – Feb. 23, 2019: Dominique Labauvie. Solo Show. Participating in Pulse booth N 102
Pan American Art Projects.
274 NE 67th St; 305 571 2550; panamericanart.com; Tues – Sat: 11 am – 5 pm. Nov. 17, 2018 – Jan. 3, 2019: Carolina Sardi. Space as Form. Curated by Alejandro Machado. Participating in art miami booth AM 200
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98 NW 29th St.; 305 576 1804; dianalowensteingallery. com; Tues– Fri: 10 – 5; Sat: 10 – 3. Nov. 2, 2018 – Jan. 30, 2019: Loris Cecchini. Dirk Salz. Participating in art miami Booth A 116.
Diana Lowenstein Gallery.
45 NE 26th St Ste. A; 305 602 0207; fabien@castaniergallery. com; castaniergallery.com. Tues – Sat: 11 – 6. Sun. & Mon. by appt. Through Nov. 24: Boundless. Miaz Brothers; Dec. 6 – 29: Elixir. Faith XLVII, solo exhibition. Participating in art Miami AM 512.
Fabien Castanier Gallery.
62 NE 27th St.; garynader.com; Tues - Sat: 10 – 6; Art Basel Week Hours: Dec. 5-9 :10 - 7 pm. Dec. 5, 2018 – February 28, 2019: Nader Contemporary. Works by such major modern and contemporary masters as Botero, Basquiat, Chagall, Chia, Cruz Diez, Hirst, Indiana, Kahlo, Kippenberger, Lam, Lichtenstein, Matta, Matisse, Miro, Vic Muñiz, Picasso, among others.
Gary Nader Art Centre.
2750 NW 3rd Ave. Suite 4. Wynwood Building . 305 284 3161; as.miami.edu/art/. Wed. - Fri: 10 – 6. Every 2nd. Sat: 4 – 10 & by appt. Art Week: Sat, Dec. 8. & Sun, Dec. 9: 12 – 5 pm. Through Nov. 25: Annual Faculty Exhibition. Dec. 4, 2018 - January 18, 2019: 2018 Basel Juried Student Exhibition. Opening Reception Fri., Dec. 7, 6 – 9 pm.
CULT MOVIES Coral Gables Art Cinema
260 Aragon Ave; 786 385 9689; 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 firstrun and regional premieres of quality American independent, foreign feature films, documentaries, cult classics, rare neverbefore-seen gems, and alternative content.
MDC Tower Theater
1508 SW 8th St.; 305 643 8706; 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-the-art theater in the South. In 2002, the City of Miami authorized Miami Dade College to manage the theater operations.
BOOKSTORE Books and Books
265 Aragon Ave. Coral Gables, Fl. 33134; 305 442 4408; booksandbooks.com; Mon – Sun: 9 – 11 . The neighborhood bookshop.
University of Miami Art Gallery.
e-GALLERIES Alejandra von Hartz Gallery.
By appointment only. 305 322 6112; firstname.lastname@example.org; alejandravonhartz.com. Selected works by emergent, established and local artists: Ricardo Alcaide, Amadeo Azar, Fabian Burgos, Diana de Solares, Danilo Dueñas, Juan Pablo Garza, Jaime Gili, Lynne Golob Gelfman, Luis Gonzalez Palma, Sebastian Gordin, Artur Lescher, Marie Orensanz, Leyden Rodriguez Casanova, Luis Romero, Pablo Siquier, among others.
By appointment only; 305 573 8142; email@example.com; kabecontemporary.com; Art Gallery, Art Appraisal, Art Consulting. Works by Carla Arocha & Stephane Schraenen, Antonio Asís, Magdalena Correa, José Antonio Hernández Diez, Jorge Pedro Núñez, Edgar Orlaineta, Luca Pozzi, Meyer Vaisman, and Sergio Vega.
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Miami Dade Public Library
101 W. Flagler St. (Main Library); 305 375 2665; mdpls.org/ art/exhibitions.asp. Mon – Wed, Fri & Sat: 10 – 6; Thurs: 12 – 8; Sun: Closed. Through Feb. 28, 2019: Christo and Jeanne-Claude in Miami. The Library and the Surrounded Islands Project. Through February 15, 2019: Main Library. Artist Books Exhibition by Margarita Cano. Curated by Amy Galpin, Chief Curator, Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum.
New World School of the Arts/ NWSA.
25 NE 2nd. St.; 305 237 3620; nwsa.mdc.edu. Dec. 6: 9 am – noon: Diaspora. Brunch Yard@Casalin (55 NW 30 St. Wynwood). Site-specific installations and performances. December 8: 10 am – 1 pm: Diaspora 2 at Kampong Gardens (4013 Douglas Road – 37th Ave). One Day Exhibition during ABMB Week.
ArtCenter / South Florida
924 Lincoln Road. Ste. 205; 305 674 8278; artcentersf.org; Mon – Fri: 12 – 6; Sat & Sun: 1 – 6; Through Dec. 19: Parallels and Peripheries. Curated by Larry Ossei-Mensah. Featuring: Bethany Collins. Lizania Cruz, Genevieve Gaignard, Susan Lee-Chun, Joiri Minaya, Jamilah Sabur, Saya Woolfalk, and Kennedy Yanko. Jan. 16 – March 31, 2019: Terence Price II: Solo Exhibition.
The Sagamore Hotel
11671 Collins Ave; sagamorehotel.com; 305 535 8088; Daily: 9 – 9. Private art tours by appt. Through Nov. 30: t. Dream Machine. Curated by Sebastien Laboureau. Dec. 3, 2018 - Jan. 4, 2019: Jason Newsted. Miami edition of FRAME, sculptures in the garden renovated by Gillie and Marc Schattner. REO. Digital Art. Presented by Art Republic. 26
Carlos Estévez, Self-fulfilling Prophecy (detail), 2012, smoke, watercolor pencil, oil on canvas, 50 x 120 in. Courtesy of the Artist.
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Pavillion Meridian Ave. & 19th St. designmiami.com
5: 12 - 8 pm 6: 10 - 8 pm 7: 11 - 8 pm 8: 12 - 8 pm 9: 12 - 6 pm
Day Ticket: $25 online / $30 Seniors/Students: $20 online / $25 Permanent pass: $80 online / $100 Combination w/ABMB $65 / $75
Aqua Art Miami
Aqua Hotel, 1530 Collins Ave. aquaartmiami.com
6: 12 - 9 pm 7: 11 - 9 pm 8: 11 - 9 pm 9: 11 - 6 pm
Day ticket: $25/ $20 Multi-Day: $100 (also art Miami + CONTEXT) Children under 12: Free
INK Miami Art Fair / ifppda
Suites of Dorchester 1850 Collins Ave. (19th St.) inkartfair.com
5: 9 - 5 pm 6: 10 - 8 pm 7: 10 - 8 pm 8: 10 - 8 pm 9: 10 - 3 pm
Pulse Contemporary Art Fair
Pavillion Indian Beach Park 4601 Collins Ave. pulse-art.com
6: 1 - 5 pm 7: 10 - 7 pm 8: 10 - 7 pm 9: 10 - 5 pm
Day Ticket: $25 / $15 Multi-pass: $40 Free Admission for Miami-Dade Residents: Saturday & Sunday, December 8 & 9: 10 am - 12 pm
scope Miami Beach
Pavilion 801 Ocean Drive. (between 8th & 9th St) scope-art.com
5: 11 - 8 pm 6: 11 - 8 pm 7: 11 - 8 pm 8: 11 - 8 pm 9: 11 - 8 pm
Day ticket: $35/$25 Platinum & First View on Tuesday, Dec. 4: $150 / $100
Art Deco Welcome Center, 1001 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, Fl. 33139
6: 11 - 10 pm 7: 11 - 10 pm 8: 11 - 10 pm 9: 11 - 8 pm
Day Ticket: $8 Twilight Vernissage pass: $50 Young Collectorsâ€™Ice Cream Social: $25
Pavilion 1200 Ocean Drive & 12th Street.
5: 11 - 7 pm 6: 11 - 7 pm 7: 11 - 7 pm 8: 11 - 7 pm 9: 11 - 5 pm
Day ticket: $35/$25 Miami Beach Residents: $25 Children under 12: Free
920 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Fl. 33136 artafricamiamifair. com
5: 12-8 pm 6: 12-8 pm 7: 12-8 pm 8: 12-8 pm 9: 12-8 pm
Early Bird (on sale up to 11/23/18) daily pass: $10 multi-day pass: $25 General Admission: daily pass: $20 multi-day pass: $50
OVERTOWN Art Africa Miami Arts Fair 8th Edition
DOWNTOWN Fridge Art Fair
121 SE 1st St. Miami, Fl. 33131 fridgeartfair.com
3 to 8: 4:15 - 11:45 pm Grand Finale Gala: Made for Now: 6: 6:45 - 11:45 pm.
Prizm Art Fair
169 E. Flagler St. Miami, Fl. 33131 prizmartfair.com
3 - 9: 10 am - 6 pm 4: 6 - 9 pm 7: 11 - 8 pm 8: 11 - 8 pm 9: 11 - 6 pm
Day Ticket: $15 / $5 Unlimited: $50 Early Bird VIP: $150
Miami River Art Fair
Miami Convention Center 400 SE 2nd. Ave. miamiriverartfair. com
4: 10 - 6 pm 5: 10 - 6 pm
Day Ticket: $20 VIP Vernissage: $100 Print tickets online. Complimentary
ART AND ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT Art Miami
Pavilion. One Herald Plaza Miami, Fl. 33132 art-miami.com
5: 11 - 8 pm 6: 11 - 8 pm 7: 11 - 8 pm 8: 11 - 8 pm 9: 11 - 6 pm
Day ticket: $55 / $35 Multi-day fair: $100 VIP Valid to all 3 art fairs: $275 Children under 12: Free
Pavilion. On Biscayne Bay Between the Venetian & McArthur Causeways Miami, Fl. 33132
5: 11 - 8 pm 6: 11 - 8 pm 7: 11 - 8 pm 8: 11 - 8 pm 9: 11 - 6 pm
Day ticket: $55 / $35 Multi-day fair: $100 VIP pass: $ 275 Children under 12: Fre
NADA / New Art Dealers Alliance
Ice Palace Studios. 1400 N. Miami Ave. Miami, Fl. 33136 newartdealers.org
6: 2 - 7 pm 7: 11 - 7 pm 8: 11 - 7 pm 9: 11 - 5 pm
Single Day: $20/$10 Run of Show: $40
Satellite Art Show
Parking Lot 18 NW 14th St. Miami, Fl. 33136 satellite-show.com
7: 3 - 11 pm 8: 3 - 11 pm 9: 2 - 7 pm
Day Pass: $25
WYNWOOD Pinta Miami
Mana Wynwood. 2217 NW 5th Ave. Fl. 33127 pintamiami.com
6: 12 - 8 pm 7: 12 - 8 pm 8: 12 - 8 pm 9: 12 - 7 pm
Day ticket: $30 Students 12 - 18 years: $ 10 Children under 12: Free
Mana Wynwood. 2217 NW 5th Ave. Fl. 33127 reddotfair.com
6: 1 - 9 pm 7: 1 - 10 pm 8: 1 - 9 pm 9: 12 - 5 pm
Opening Night Preview Pass: $50 online. Total: Opening Night + 5-Day Pass: $75 online. General Admission, 1- Day Pass: $25 online. Seniors, 1-Day Pass: $15 online. Students, 1-Day Pass: $10 online. Prices rise at door
Red Dot Art Fair Miami
PRIVATE COLLECTIONS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC de la Cruz Collection Carlos and Rosa de la Cruz Collection
Design District, 23 NE 41st St. Miami, Fl. 33137; 305 576 6112; delacruzcollection. org; Hours: Tues. – Sat: 10 am – 4 pm; Free: Including lectures, events, and all educational programs.; December 2018 – November 2019: More / Less. Artists: Tauba Auerbach, Hernan Bas, Walead Beshty, Mark Bradford, Joe Bradley, Dan Colen, Martin Creed, Aaron Curry, Salvador Dalí, Peter Doig, Rashid Johnson, Untitled Escape Collage, 2018, Ceramic Tile, mirror tile, black soap, Isa Genzken, Félix González-Torres, 72 x 96 in. Mark Grotjahn, Wade Guyton, Guyton/ Walker, Rachel Harrison, Arturo Herrera, Jim Hodges, Evan Holloway, Thomas Houseago, Alex Israel, and Rashid Johnson, among others. ABMB Week: Tues., Dec. 4 through Sat., Dec. 8: 9 am - 4:30 pm. Mon, Dec. 3: Lecture 6 pm: Cocktail, 7 pm. Hans Ulrich Obrist. rsvp required. De la Cruz Collection located at their home in Key Biscayne. 5 Harbor Point, Key Biscayne, Fl. 33149. 305 576 6112O: Open 2 days: Mon, Dec. 3rd, and Sat, Dec. 8th from 10:30am to 3:30 pm. Complimentary valet will be provided to all visitors.
Girls’ Club Warehouse
Francie Bishop Good & David Horvitz Collection
New Location: 723 NE 2nd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. 33304; 954 828 9151; girlsclubcollection.org; Regular Hours: Fri: 1 – 5 pm & by appt. Free. November 30, 2018 – March 30, 2019: Boss Lady, at Girls' Club Warehouse. Works by Delia Brown, Pepe Mar, Elizabeth Murray, Lesley The Warehouse facade Saar, Mickalene Thomas and more. ABMB week at the Warehouse: Friday, Saturday & Sunday; 10 am-5 pm. Dec. 4 – 9, 10 am to 7 pm. Changing Room, at Untitled Art Fair. Featuring dancer/ choreographer Jenny Larsson in collaboration with visual artists Lucinda Linderman, Michelle Weinberg and Natalie Zlamalova. Performances at specified times TBA.
Fundación Pablo Atchugarry Atchugarry Art Center
5520 NE 4th Ave. Miami, Fl. 33137; 631 565 1671; fundacionpabloatchugarry.org Hours: Mon - Sat : 10 am – 5 pm & by appt. Free. From Dec. 3 to Feb. 16, 2018: José Pedro Costigliolo. La Vida de las Formas. Curated by Enrique Aguerre, Director of the Museum of Visual Arts, Montevideo. Inaugural Reception, Monday, Dec. 3, 6 - 9 pm. Juan Pablo Costigliolo. Rectángulos LXXVI, 1966. Oil on canvas, 39.4 x 39.4 in. Exhibited at the 33rd Venice Biennial of 1966 Settle into your miami art season with real art news: download art circuits’ free app.
Flavio Garciandía, Wendy en su Laberinto (detail), 2015. Oil on canvas, 78 3/8 x 110 1/4 in / 200 x 280 cm.
Chab, Felguérez, Galarraga, Garciandía, Manaure, Paternosto, Ramírez-Villamizar, Ravelo, Richter, Rojas, Seguí, de Szyszlo and de Volder.
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PRIVATE COLLECTIONS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection. Design District. 3841 NE 2nd Ave. Ste. 201 Miami, Fl. 33137; 305 456 6126; jcmac.art;. Regular Hours: Tues – Fri: 10:30 am – 5 pm; Sat: 11am – 4 pm. Free. November 30, 2018 – May 4, 2019: Convergences / Divergences. Primitive Sources of the Modern. Curated by Ariel Jimenez. Works by Josef Albers, Max Bill, Gonzalo Fonseca, Joaquin, Torres-Garcia, among others, and indigenous pieces Ye’kwanas collected by anthropologist Charles Brewer-Carías during the 1960s, and integrated into the collection. ABMB Week: Dec. 3 – 9: 10 am. to 5 pm. Gonzalo Fonseca, Form in Relief, c. 1948. Painted wood construction, 20 3/4 x 15 1/4 in.
Rubell Family Collection Contemporary Arts Foundation Donald and Mera Rubell Collection
Purvis Young, Untitled, ca. 1985-1999, paint on wood, 28 x 16 in.
Wynwood Arts District. 95 NW 29th St. Miami, Fl. 33127; 305 573 6090; rfc.museum; Hours: Wed. – Sat. 10 5:30 pm; Admission: $10 - students $5 Free <18; December 3, 2018 – June 29, 2019: Purvis Young. 100 Paintings. New Acquisitions: Paintings and sculptures from 20 artists acquired within the last two years: Janiva Ellis, Tomm El-Saieh, Martha Jungwirth, among others. Also new large-scale paintings created by Jonathan Lyndon Chase during his 2018 off-site residency. ABMB Week: Mon Dec. 3 – Sun. Dec. 9: 9 am – 6 pm. Free
the margulies collection at the WAREhOUSE Martin Z. Margulies Collection
Wynwood Arts District. 591 NW 27th St. Miami, Fl. 33127; 305 576 1051; margulieswarehouse.com; Hours: Tues – Sat: 11 - 4; Admission: $10 donation to the Lotus Village Women’s Shelter; Florida Students Free / $ 5; October 23, 2018 – April 27, 2019: New Exhibitions: Barbier, Buggenhout, Imi Knoebel, Anima Mundi Series, Giordano, Knoebel, Mahama, Metzel, 2014/2016, 39 works acrylic on synthetic Pivi, and Suga. Photography Gallery: paper, 18 x 14 in. Evans, Levitt, Shore, and Photography from the 1930s. Lighting and Video: Erlich, Higashionna, Kanwar, McGee, Navarro, Oursler, Steinkamp, and Takahashi. Permanent Exhibitions. ABMB Week: Mon. Dec. 3 – Sat. Dec. 8: 9 am - 5 pm; Sun. Dec. 9: 9 am – 2 pm. Special Breakfast for ABMB Week Miami Beach 2018: Wed., Dec. 5 thru. Fri., Dec. 7, 9 am onwards, No RSVP required. 36
David Hayes will be at Art Miami and Context December 4â€“9, 2018
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VISUAL ART MUSEUMS Boca Raton Museum of Art 501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, Fl. 33432; 561 392 2500; bocamuseum.org; Hours: Tue, Wed, Fri: 10 am – 5 pm; Thurs 10 am – 8 pm; Sat & Sun: 12 – 5 pm. Admission: $12 / $10 / Students & <12: Free. Nov. 13, 2018 – Mar. 24, 2019: Imagining Florida: History and Myth in the Sunshine State. Guest Curators: Dr. Jennifer Hardin Marion Post Wolcott, Winter Visitors from and Mr. Gary Monroe. Featuring: Nearby Trailer Park, Picnicking Beside Car Milton Avery, John Singer Sargent, on Beach, Near Sarasota, Florida, 1941, Purvis Young, Henri Cartier- Bresson, Gelatin silver print. Bunny Yeager, Louis Comfort Tiffany, Doris Lee, Robert Frank, and John James Audubon, among others; Daniel Faust: Florida Photos from the 1980’s ; Excuse Me!?!…I’m Looking for the “Fountain of Youth”. Over the past 35 years Michael Smith has chronicled the life of his alter-ego “Mike".
Coral Gables Museum 285 Aragon Ave. Coral Gables, Fl. 33134; 305 603 8067; coralgablesmuseum.org Hours: Tues - Fri: 12 – 6 pm. (Later on Gallery Nights); Sat: 11 am – 5 pm; Sun: 12 – 5 pm. Through Dec. 9, 2018: Kindred Spirits: Ten Artists by the Hudson. Artists: Alfonso, Alom, Argüelles, Arguiñao, Cabrera, Guiller, Pavón, Pérez, Vigoa, and Wellesley. Jorge Wellesley, Conversation with Curated by: Anelys Alvarez. The Myself VII, from the series Coded Caribbee Club: Me, Merrick and the Paintings, Songs of the Wind. Jacqui Roch. 2018. Oil on canvas, 90 x 70 in. Ongoing: Creating the Dream: George E. Merrick and His Vision for Coral Gables. Curated by Arva Moore Parks. ABMB Week: Cuban Merienda and Chat with the Exhibiting Artists: Sunday, December 9, 9:30 – 10:45 am
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 Jan. 13, 2019: Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago. Curated by Tatiana Flores; Through Dec. 9: The Writing on Elizabeth Turk, Home, 2015. Marble the Wall. Artist Hank Willis Thomas and and Northern California redwood, teacher Dr. Baz Dreisinger collaborative 36 x 67 x 120 in. installation presenting poems, essays, letters, and notes written by individuals in prison around the world; Through Jul. 1, 2019: Connectivity. Curated by Amy Galpin, Chief Curator. ABMB Week: Breakfast in the Park: Elizabeth Turk. Sunday, Dec. 9, 9:30 am – noon. 38
Lowe Art Museum’s Annual Art Week Bubbles & Brunch featuring The Arnold and Augusta Newman Lecture Series in Photography with Hank Willis Thomas
Sunday, December 9 Brunch:10 am Lecture: 12:30 pm
HANK WILLIS THOMAS, Love Over Rules, 2017 Neon installation, 6’ x 6’ © Hank Willis Thomas, 2017 Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
1301 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables, FL 33146
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VISUAL ART MUSEUMS HistoryMiami Museum
From Miami Street Photography Festival
101 West Flagler St. Miami, Fl. 33130 305 375 1492; historymiami.org Hours: Tues – Sat: 10 – 5, Sun: 12 - 5 Admission: $10 / $8/ $5 Free Every 2nd. Sat : 1 - 4; Nov. 8, 2018 – Apr. 14, 2019: A Peculiar Paradise: Florida Photographs by Nathan Benn; Through Jan.13, 2019: Avenues of Expression: Street Traditions in Miami; Dec. 6 - 9: Miami Street Photography Festival. Featured speakers include Meryl Meisler, Peter van Agtmael, Stella Johnson, Nick Turpin, and Constantine Manos.
ICA / Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami Design District. 61 NE 41 St., Miami, Fl. 33137; 305 901 5272; icamiami.org; Hours: Tues – Sun: 11 - 7 pm Closed Mondays; Admission: Free; Valet parking is available throughout the neighborhood for $5. Dec. 4, 2018 – Apr. 21, 2019: Judy Chicago: A Reckoning. Dec. 4, 2018 – May 12, 2019: William Copley. Dec. 4, 2018 – TBA: Louise Lawler. Through March 10, 2019: Larry Bell. Time Machines; Through Apr. 14, 2019: Judy Chicago, Mary Wollstonecraft Test Manuel Solano. I Don’t Wanna Wait Plate #8, from The Dinner Party, For Out Lives To Be Over. Through 1975 - 1978. Photo Donald Woodman. Jan. 6, 2019: Louise Bourgeois & Walter Darbt Bannard: 1959 – 1962. ABMB Week: Tuesday, Dec. 4, A Reckoning Through Feb. 24, 2019: Robert Gober: 1978 – 2000. Opening Night, 8 – 10 pm
Lowe Art Museum
Hank Willis Thomas, Love Over Rules, 2017. Neon installation, 6’ x 6’ © Hank Willis Thomas. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.
UM Campus, 1301 Stanford Dr. Coral Gables, Fl. 33146; 305 284 3535; lowemuseum.org; Hours: Tues – Sat: 10 – 4; Sun: 12 – 4; Admission: $12.50 / $8 . Free: First Tues. of the month Through Jan. 20, 2019: Yousuf Karsh: American Portraits. Through Jan. 27: Dialogues: Studio Glass from the Florence and Robert Werner Collection. Artists: Chihuly, Dailey, Glancy, Libenský and Brychtová, MacNeil, Marioni, Morris, Ohira, Patti, Singletary, Statom, Tagliopietra, and Zynsky; Giampaolo Seguso: My Page in Glass. Annual Art Week Bubbles & Brunch, Sun. Dec. 9, 10 am. The Arnold and August Newman Lecture Series in Photography with artist Hank Willis Thomas. Tickets: rsvp.lowemuseum.org. 40
BETWEEN LIGHTS AND SHADOWs LYNN KISLAK SCULPTURES
MALAGUEÑA, ©2017 25” x 37” x 17.5” h. Photographer: Oriol Tarridas.
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VISUAL ART MUSEUMS MOAD / Museum of Art and Design The Freedom Tower Bulding. 600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Fl. 33132; 305 237 7700; mdcmoad.org; Hours: Wed, Thurs, Fri & Sun: 1 - 6 pm; Sat: 1 - 8 PM Admission: $12/ $8/ $5 Free for MDC students, faculty, & staff. Free: Last Sunday of every month. Nov. 15, 2018 – Apr. 21, 2019: Superflex: We Are All Flooded McDonald’s, still. Courtesy of in the Same Boat. Through Jan. 20, Superflex. 2019: William Kentridge: More Sweetly Play the Dance. Ongoing: Culture and Change in the Early Americas. Permanent Kislak Center at MDC. Through May 19, 2019: Cuban Streams: 1855 – 1965. An installation by César Trasobares.
NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale Nova Southeastern University, 1 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. 33301; 954 525 5500; nsuartmuseum.org; Hours: Tues - Wed, Fri - Sat: 11 - 6 Thurs. 11 – 8; Sun 12 – 5; Admission: $12/ $8/ $5/ <12 Free; Through June 30, 2019: Remember to React: 60 Years of Collecting. Phase I & II. Curated by Director and Chief Curator Bonnie Clearwater, and Sunny Kaufman Senior Curator Barbara Buhler Lynes, Ph.D. This is the first comprehensive installation of NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale's collection featuring Robert Rauschenberg, Julian Schnabel, Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselman, Teresita Fernández, Zanele Muholi Thuleleni, Bijlmer, Amsterdam, 2017 Gelatin silver print. Theaster Gates, Glenn Ligon, Jonathan Meese, Ana Mendieta, Catherine Opie, Cindy Sherman, Lorna Simpson and Purvis Young, among others. Through May 19, 2019: William J. Glackens and Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Affinities and Distinctions. NSU Museum Director’s Brunch: Dec. 8, 10:30 am – 1:30 pm. Hosted by Bonnie Clearwater, Museum Director and Chief Curator.
PAMM / Pérez Art Museum Miami 1103 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Fl. 33132; 305 375 3000; 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 1st Thursday; Dec. 4, 2018 – Oct. 20, 2019: José Carlos Martinat: American Eco Chamber. Nov. 8, 2018 Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Surrounded May 19, 2019: Ebony Patterson:...while Islands, Biscayne Bay, Greater Miami, the dew is still on the roses. Through Florida, 1980-83. April 21, 2019: Arthur Jafa: Love is the Message, the Message is Death. Through Feb. 17, 2019: Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Surrounded Islands, Biscayne Bay, Greater Miami, Florida, 1980-83: A Documentary Exhibition. Curated by Josy Kraft with the assistance of Lorenza Giovanelli and Jonathan Henery. ABMB Week: Mon, Tues, Fri, Sat (Free Admission) & Sun: 9 am-6 pm; Wed, Dec. 5: 9 -5 ; Thurs, Dec. 6: 9 - 5 (Free Admission), 7 pm - 12 am. 42
WE ARE ALL THE SAMIN BOATE
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Organized by MOAD, SUPERFLEX: We Are All in the Same Boat is curated by Jacob Fabricius, Artistic Director of Kunsthal Aarhus. Support for SUPERFLEX: We Are All in the Same Boat is provided by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, this.nordic, Funding Arts Network, the Danish Arts Foundation, and the Florida Department of State Division of Cultural Affairs.
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Museum of Art and Design Miami Dade College
Freedom Tower, 2nd floor, 600 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132 Accessibility challenges: please call ( 305 ) 237 7710 for details For updates and a full schedule of events, please visit http: // www.mdcmoad.org
VISUAL ART MUSEUMS The Bass
Paola Pivi, ?, 2013. Urethane foam, plastic, feathers, 115 x 148 x 111 cm. Image courtesy the artist. Photography by Guillaume Ziccarelli.
2100 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Fl. 33139; 305 673 7530; All visitor info is live on thebass.org/visit.; Open Daily: 10 am – 5 pm Closed: Tuesdays; Admission: General: $10 / $5 /<12 Free; Dec. 5, 2018 – April 21, 2019: The Haas Brothers: Ferngully. Through March 10, 2019: Paola Pivi: Art with a view. Through April 21, 2019: Aaron Curry: Tune Yer Head. ABMB Week Hours: Sun. Dec. 2: 10 – 4:30; Daily 10 am – 5 pm (Monday & Tuesday included)
The Cuban / American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora
Celia Cruz. Courtesy of Sony Music
The Wolfsonian / FIU
1200 Coral Way, Miami, Fl. 33145; 305 667 9007; cubanmuseum.org; Admission: $12/ $8; Last Friday of Every Month | Viernes Culturales: 10 – 9. Through March 31, 2019: Forever Celia. Curated by Omer Pardillo-Cid, her former manager, and current president of the Celia Cruz Foundation. The largest exhibition of artifacts from Cruz's life and work.
1001 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Fl. 33139; 305 531 1001; wolfsonian.org; Hours: Daily 10 – 6; Fri: 10 – 9; Closed Wed; Admission: $12 / $8 < 6 Free; Through April 28, 2019: Made in Italy: MITA Textile Design 1926 – 1976. Art and design, modern industry and handcraft—these were the ingredients Gio Ponti, Segglione Drawing for a rug, brought together by MITA, an Italian 1935, colored pencil, graphite, and wool firm specializing in carpets, tapestries, samples on paper and other textiles. Deco: Luxury to Mass market. Art Deco has come to evoke a set of styles that emerged in the 1920s and 1930s out of aspirations to fuse art and industry into a modern language of design. Through Jan. 13, 2019: Wit as a Weapon: Satire and the Great War. Through May 27, 2019: Frank Brangwyn: Bringing the Empire Home. ABMB Week Hours: Mon, Dec. 3 – Sat. Dec. 8: 10 am – 6 pm; Sun, Dec, 9: noon – 6 pm.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, View of East Facade
3251 South Miami Ave., 305 250 9133; vizcaya.org, Daily: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm. except Tuesdays; Admission: Adults $18; Child (<12) $6 <5 yrs. Free; Seniors $12; Students $10. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens preserves its cultural and environmental resources to engage people in connecting with the past, understanding the present and shaping the future. Built in 1916, Vizcaya features a decorative art collection and formal garden. 44
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ART FAIRS & FESTIVALS PRIZM ART FAIR 12/3/18 – 12/9/18 12/3/18 Prizm Preview Advance RSVP Required Alfred I. Dupont Building 169 E. Flagler St., Miami PrizmArtFair.com Admission: $15 Single Day Ticket; $50 Multi-Day Ticket; $200 VIP/Catalog, Tours, Access to VIP events
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ART AFRICA MIAMI ARTS FAIR Black Art Matters: It’s not a choice 12/4/18 – 12/9/18 12/4/18 Art + Champagne VIP First Look & Press Preview Art Africa Miami Art Gallery 920 NW 2nd Ave., Miami ArtAfricaMiamiFair.com Admission: Ticketed & free events $10 – $50
Miles Regis Unity (42 x71) acrylic on canvas
ART BEAT MIAMI 12/5/18 – 12/9/18 12/5/18 Opening Reception/Preview Party Caribbean Marketplace Little Haiti 5925 NE 2nd Ave., Miami ArtBeatMiami.com Admission: 12/8/18 Celebrity Brunch $50; 12/7/18 Spice it Up! Miami $65 MUCE ARTS & CULTURE FESTIVAL
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12/5/18 – 12/9/18 12/5/18 Opening of Now or Neverland Ode to Hip Hop Art exhibition Little Haiti Cultural Center + MUCE Makers Campus 212 NE 59th Terrace, Miami 246 NW 54th St., Miami OdetoHipHop.eventbrite.com Admission: Ticketed & free events
Anthony Lumpkin Five Elements Ode to Hip Hop (12x24)
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ART OF BLACK MIAMI VENUES DESIGN DISTRICT
Haïti à La Mode 12/5/18 – 12/8/18 Haitian Heritage Museum 4141 NE 2nd Ave. 12/5/18 Opening Reception 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Free Admission HaitianHeritageMuseum.org
ART BEAT MIAMI 12/5/18 – 12/9/18 Caribbean Marketplace 5925 NE 2nd Ave., Miami ArtBeatMiami.com
DOWNTOWN MIAMI Prizm Art Fair 2018 12/3/18 – 12/9/18 Alfred I Dupont Building 169 E. Flagler St., Miami Open daily 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. PrizmArtFair.com Ebony G. Patterson . . . while the dew is still on the roses . . . Through 5/5/19 Pérez Art Museum Miami 1103 Biscayne Blvd., Miami PAMM.org
LIBERTY CITY Art Blues Soul & BBQ Festival 12/1/18 African Heritage Cultural Arts Center 6161 NW Moonlight Way (22nd Ave.), Miami 12/1/18 – 12/31/18 Gallery Exhibition 1 – 6 p.m. Free General Admission RSVP required. Limited VIP & reserved seating available for purchase on Eventbrite. AHCACMiami.org MLK Cultural Corridor Mural 12/2/18 – 12/9/18 MLK Blvd. between NW 17th and 19th avenues Exhibition Hours: Noon – 7 p.m. 12/2/18 Opening 1 – 5 p.m. Free Admission
Muce Arts & Culture Festival 12/5/18 – 12/9/18 Little Haiti Cultural Center + MUCE Makers Campus 212 NE 59th Terrace, Miami 246 NW 54th St., Miami For details visit OdetoHhipHop.eventbrite.com Global/Borderless Caribbean – The Elusive Master: Emmanuel Merisier, from Haiti to Beyond 12/7/18 – 2/28/19 Little Haiti Cultural Complex Gallery 212-260 NE 59th Terrace, Miami Exhibition Hours: Mon. – Fri. 10 a.m.– 8 p.m. Sat. – Sun. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12/7/18 Vernissage Opening 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Free Admission HaitianCulturalArtsAlliance.org
LITTLE HAVANA Umbrellas of Little Havana 12/7/18 – 12/9/18 Futurama 1637 Art Galleries 1637 SW 8th St. 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Free Admission ViernesCulturales.org
MIAMI BEACH Wait Still: Photography in the Global Continuum 12/6/18 – 5/1/19 The Betsy Orb & The Betsy 12/5/18 – 12/9/18 Poetry Rail The Betsy Hotel 1440 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach 12/6/18 – 12/8/18 Salon Talks, daily at noon TheBetsyHotel.com
HeART of SOULebrity at The Normandy Square Art Fair 12/9/18 Normandy Fountain 7802 Rue Vendome, Miami Beach Noon – 6 p.m. Free Admission SoulManArt.com ArtDecemberMiami.co Journey into Bibi Art at The Normandy Square Art Fair 12/9/18 Normandy Fountain 7802 Rue Vendome, Miami Beach Exhibition Hours: Noon – 6 p.m. Free Admission TheAdventuresofBibiandFriends.com ArtDecemberMiami.co
MIAMI RIVER AREA Pigment International – Miami Reveal 12/4/18 – 12/8/18 The Penthouse at Riverside Wharf 125 SW North River Dr., Miami 12/4/18 Preview and Collectors Talk Invitation Only Opening Reception 6 p.m. Open daily Noon – 5 p.m. Admission: Day General Admission: $25 Evening/Reception: $50 PigmentIntl.com
NORTH MIAMI AfriCOBRA 11/27/18 – 4/7/19 Museum of Contemporary Art 770 NE 125th St., North Miami Exhibition Hours: 12/3/18 – 12/7/18 9:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. 12/8/18 – 12/9/18, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. 12/10/18, 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 12/6/18 Artist Reception 8 – 11 p.m. Admission: Artist Reception $30 MocaNoMi.org 9th Annual Art Basel Panel Discussion on Contemporary African Diaspora Art 12/9/18 FIU Biscayne Bay Campus Wolf Center/ WUC 244 A 3000 NE 151st St., North Miami Exhibition Hours: Noon – 3 p.m. Free Admission CadaOnline.us
12/4/18 – 12/9/18 Miami Art Basel Week It Is Written: Redline Letters to Report 1947 12/1/18 – 3/1/19 Presented by the City of Miami (Historic Negro) Black Police Precinct & Courthouse Museum 480 NW 11th St., Historic Overtown Exhibition Hours: 12/1/18 – 12/8/18, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12/1/18, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Exhibition Opening & Reception Ticketed: $25/$30 Regular Admissions: $15 Adults $10 Students $10 Seniors Citizens HistoricalBlackPrecinct.org 8Th Annual Art Africa Miami Arts Fair 2018 Presented by the Urban Collective/Art Africa Miami Arts Fair 12/5/18 – 12/8/18 Art Africa Miami Art Gallery 920 NW 2nd Ave. & 921 NW 2nd Ave. Historic Overtown 12/4/18 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. ART + CHAMPAGNE VIP First Look & Press Preview 12/5/18 8 p.m. – Midnight ART + FASHION The Black Party Black Attire 12/6/18 5 p.m. ART + COMMUNITY by Art Africa Director, Neil Hall 12/7/18 4 – 8 p.m. ART + YOUTH 12/8/18 2 – 6 p.m. ART & CULTURE, ROUNDTABLE TALKS Admission: $10 – $50 Exhibition Hours: 12/5/18 – 12/8/18, Noon – 8 p.m. 12/9/18, Noon – 5 p.m. ArtAfricaMiamiFair.com
Hampton Art Lovers Presents: Elizabeth Catlett and the Hampton Arts Tradition 12/5/18 – 12/10/18 Art Exhibition Presented by the Hampton University Museum and the International Review of African American Art Ward Rooming House 249 NW 9th St., Historic Overtown Exhibition Hours: 12/5/18 – 12/7/18, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. 12/8/18, 11 a.m. – Midnight 12/9/18 – 12/10/18, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. 12/5/18 6 – 8 p.m. Exhibition Opening RSVP Required ExperienceOvertown.com/SoulBasel Free Admission
Our Voice Matters Community Youth Art Collection 12/6/18 – 12/7/18 4 – 7 p.m. Presented by Urgent, Inc. The Black Archives Historic Lyric Theater 819 NW 2nd Ave, Historic Overtown 12/6/18 4 – 6 p.m. Opening Reception 12/8/18 Noon – 3 p.m. Community Arts Day Special Features: Award winning poetry film, Our Voice Matters, original album, Our Voice Matters, music video, Loveless Generation, and comic book story board for, Battle of Love Free Admission
Dunns-Josephine Hotel Tour & Wine Tasting 12/6/18 Come celebrate Art Basel and Overtown’s newest hotel, the Dunns-Josephine! Come and enjoy a guided tour that honors the past and takes you on a heritage journey. 1028 NW 3rd Ave, Miami 5 – 9 p.m. Limited seating, $10 per person. RSVP: 888/454-9995
The Urban Experience 12/6/18 – 12/9/18 4 p.m. – 2 a.m. The Urban Experience will serve as an imaginary sanctuary for artists, activists, practitioners, creatives, thinkers and organizers to commune during Miami Art week. Activations will include: Interactive Art, Live Music, Fashion + Fiber Art and Curated Food Trucks. The Urban, 225 NW 10th St. Historic Overtown 305/424-8741 ext 2
Wild Horses in Overtown: The Work of Purvis Young 12/6/18 – 12/9/18 Presented by The Copper Door B&B Curator: Michael Sellinger of Cottelston Advisors 439 NW 4th Ave., Historic Overtown Exhibition Hours: Noon – 9 p.m. Free Admission Works will be available for sale CopperDoorBNB.com/events 305/454-9065 Hampton Art Lovers Presents: Ernie Barnes: Eyes Closed 12/6/18 – 12/10/18 Art Fair in conjunction with Ernie Barnes Foundation featuring paintings and works on paper. Overtown Performing Arts Center 1074 NW 3rd Ave., Historic Overtown Exhibition Hours: 12/6/18 – 12/8, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. 12/9/18, 11 a.m. – Midnight 12/10/18, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. 12/6 6 – 8 p.m. Exhibition Opening RSVP Required 12/8/18 8 p.m. – Midnight Sugar Shack Soul Experience (Party) RSVP Required ExperienceOvertown.com/SoulBasel Free Admission
Art of Conversation 12/7/18 7 p.m. – Midnight A social evening of cocktails, cigars, and art where Generation X and Millennial professionals converse, network, enjoy live music, cocktails, and art. The Black Archives Historic Lyric Theater 819 NW 2nd Ave., Historic Overtown RSVP Required ExperienceOvertown.com/SoulBasel Folklife Friday Open Air Market 12/7/18 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Presented by New Washington Heights CDC Experience a variety of food vendors, live entertainment, arts & crafts and more. 9th Street Pedestrian Mall NW 9th Street & 2nd Avenue (Adjacent to the Black Archives Historic Lyric Theater) Urban Soul Experience 12/7/18 – 12/8/18 Presented by Eye Urban TV, Urbengineers, Perspective, Nina Sharae and Hope Through Art Outdoor exhibit with art, food, music and entertainment intermixed with an eclectic blend of contemporary and street art. 925 NW 2nd Court, Historic Overtown Hours: 12/7/18, 6 p.m. – Midnight 12/8/18, Noon – Midnight 786/720-5575
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A Guide to the Miami Experience Miami is a territory where we might be white, black or in between, descendants of original people, born here...
Published on Nov 15, 2018
A Guide to the Miami Experience Miami is a territory where we might be white, black or in between, descendants of original people, born here...