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A Thread of Execution
Dimensions Variable
20/10/2017 — 29/12/2017
Indira Allegra, Woven Account, 2013

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“A Thread of Execution” is the smallest sequence of programmed instructions that can be managed independently by the operating system: the layering of executing threads ultimately produce commands...
Agustina Woodgate: Cosmetica
Spinello Projects
22/11/2017 — 20/12/2017
Agustina Woodgate, Time Capsule, 2016. Courtesy of Spinello Projects

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“Cosmetica” by Agustina Woodgate, is a new makeup collection. Manufactured by hand sanding more than 300 maps, Woodgate erodes territorial markers, collecting and separating the dust by color. One...
Antonia Wright: Control
Spinello Projects
22/11/2017 — 20/12/2017
Antonia Wright with Control installation. Photo by Diana Larrea.

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"Control" is a performative sculpture in which Wright substitutes the body with the ubiquitous police barricade. "Control" viscerally captures today's political climate and protest climate driven by f...
Art on the Move: rootoftwo—Whithervanes
Locust Projects
18/11/2017 — 31/01/2018
rootoftwo: Whithervanes, courtesy of Locust Projects

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“Whithervanes” by design duo rootoftwo (Cezanne Charles and John Marshall) is an installation consisting of four-foot tall internet-connected headless chickens perched on rooftops around the city....
Art vs. Fetishism Or the Utility of Idolatry
Art vs. Fetishism Or the Utility of Idolatry
21/10/2017 — 14/01/2018
Marta Maria Perez Bravo, Cuanto encontro para vencer, 2000

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“Fetishism" has different meanings depending on the context in which it is used, but in essence it comes down to the devotion to, and excessive idolatry and veneration of material objects. Fetishism...
Carol Jazzar: Ode to Nature (part I)
Carol Jazzar: Ode to Nature (part I)
21/10/2017 — 01/01/2018
Carol Jazzar, Ode to Nature

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“Ode to Nature (part I)” is a series of 100 photographs depicting Florida’s landscape, with a focus on the details of the local luscious trees, plants and flowers. Most of these photographs were...
Change Agents: Six South Florida Artists Making Things Happen
Art and Culture Centre of Hollywood
10/11/2017 — 07/01/2018
Change Agents

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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of Girls’ Club Collection, an alternative space exhibiting contemporary art by women, the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood presents new works by artists from the ...
Continental Abstraction
Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU
08/10/2017 — 18/02/2018
Elsa Gramcko, Composition 20 [detail], 1958

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Including over 40 works drawn from the collection of the Organization of American States (OAS) Art Museum of the Americas (AMA), the exhibition presents over 30 artists hailing from 20 different count...
Dara Friedman: Perfect Stranger
Pérez Art Museum Miami – PAMM
03/11/2017 — 04/03/2018
Dara Friedman, Dancer, 2011

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Pérez Art Museum Miami presents a major retrospective dedicated to German-born artist Dara Friedman. Interested in unraveling the cinematic conventions and unveiling the mechanic behind film produ...
Double Vision
Wolfsonian – FIU
06/10/2017 — 01/04/2018
Double Vision installation view

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Presented in tandem with “Julius Klinger: Posters for a Modern Age”, “Double Vision” is an installation by Vienna-based design studio Seite Zwei transforming The Wolfsonian’s façade and lob...
Eric Goldemberg and Veronica Zalcberg: Subject to Interpretation
Jewish Museum of Florida – FIU
06/10/2017 — 25/02/2018
MONAD Studio / Eric Goldemberg + Veronica Zalcberg

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“Subject to Interpretation” is an installation conceived as a walk-through experience presenting Jewish cultural heritage in a new, vibrant and engaging format. 3-D artists Eric Goldemberg and Ver...
From the Truer World of the Other: Typewriter Art from the PAMM Collection
Pérez Art Museum Miami – PAMM
17/11/2017 — 15/04/2018
Willem Hendrik Boshoff,Untitled from the series Kykafrikaans, 1980

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“From the Truer World of the Other: Typewriter Art from the PAMM Collection” explores how artists and poets have transformed the typewriter, a machine for office work, into a tool for experimental...
Gonzalo Fuenmayor: Tropicalypse
Dot Fifty One
28/11/2017 — 20/01/2018
Gonzalo Fuenmayor, “The Seeds of Decadence", (2017)

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The exhibition features new work by Miami-based artist Gonzalo Fuenmayor. Born in Colombia, resident of the United States for over 20 years, Fuenmayor’s precise charcoal drawings continually explor...
Haroon Mirza: A C I D G E S T
Pérez Art Museum Miami – PAMM
21/07/2017 — 20/05/2018
Installation view: Haroon Mirza: A C I D G E S T, Pérez Art Museum Miami, 2017. Photo by Oriol Tarridas

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“A C I D G E S T” is a new work Pérez Museum commissioned Haroon Mirza for its double-height gallery. The installation consists in a specialized technical system that will transmit an electrical ...
Herbert Ferber: Space in Tension
Lowe Art Museum
26/10/2017 — 14/01/2018
Herbert Ferber, 1950 (Photo by Jerry Cooke/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images)

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Born in New York in 1906, Herbert Ferber was a sculptor and painter, as well as a dentist. His sculptures are open, hollow forms in soldered and welded metal, that in spite of their abstract form, oft...
Hew Locke: For Those in Peril on the Sea
Pérez Art Museum Miami – PAMM
21/07/2017 — 26/08/2018
Hew Locke, For Those in Peril on the Sea, 2011

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“For Those in Peril on the Sea” (2011) was firstly presented in 2013 as part of the inaugural programme of the Pérez Art Museum. The installation consists of dozens of scaled-down replicas of shi...
IMAGINATION LAND: Fantastical Narrative
National YoungArts Foundation
10/10/2017 — 15/12/2017
Elle Cox, And We Are Changed FULL, video-still

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“IMAGINATION LAND: Fantastical Narrative” is a group exhibition featuring YoungArts alumni whose works respond to and are in conversation with consumerism, gender roles, the environment, and cerem...
John Dunkley: Neither Day nor Night
Pérez Art Museum Miami – PAMM
26/05/2017 — 14/01/2018
John Dunkley, Banana Plantation, ca. 1945

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John Dunkley (1981 – 1947)  is one of the most important artists; the show "Neither Day nor Night" includes paintings from the 1930s and ‘40s – with their distinctive dark palette, detailed i...
Julius Klinger: Posters for a Modern Age
Wolfsonian – FIU
06/10/2017 — 01/04/2018
Julius Klinger: Posters for a Modern Age

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Associated with both the Vienna Secession and Jugendstil and recognized as one of the leading graphic artists of the modern age, Austrian designer Julius Klinger (1876–1942) transformed commercial v...
Lewis Hine: Social Justice and Child Labor
Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU
15/08/2017 — 10/12/2017
Lewis Hine, Topping Tobacco, Winchester, KY, 1916

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Lewis Hine was influential social documentary photographers of the 20th century known for his images of children toiling in factories. In 1908, the National Child Labor Committee commissioned Hine to...
Michele Oka Doner: Into the Mysterium
Lowe Art Museum
12/10/2017 — 14/01/2018
Michele Oka Doner (American, b. 1945 Electricity,, 2017

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Michele Oka Doner is fascinated by the human tendency to collect and arrange, to bring order and meaning into an otherwise messy world. She is also just as much interested in Nature as a place of mort...
Naama Tsabar: Stranger
Spinello Projects
22/11/2017 — 20/12/2017
Naama Tsabar, Installation view, courtesy of Spinello Projects

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“Stranger” by Naama Tsabar, is a video work featuring two musicians, who negotiate the use of a new instrument comprised of two chromed plated electric guitars put together at their back. The act ...
Nancy Davidson: p e r Sway
Locust Projects
18/11/2017 — 20/01/2018
Nancy Davidson: P e r Sway

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“p e r Sway” is the first solo show in Miami by New York-based sculptor Nancy Davidson. Locust Projects spaces will be taken over by Davidson’s immersive installation, exploring ritual and theat...
On Documentary Abstraction
ArtCenter South Florida
30/09/2017 — 17/12/2017
Torkwase Dyson

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“On Documentary Abstraction” is a survey on visual abstraction and the rich historical connections between politics and abstract art: the works on display examine the history of lynching in the so...
On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection
Pérez Art Museum Miami – PAMM
09/06/2017 — 08/04/2018
Juan Carlos Alom, Nacidos para ser libres (Born to be free), 2012 (detail)

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The show presents a selection of works by Contemporary Cuban artists donated to the museum by Jorge M. Pérez; the majority of them belongs to a recent gift of over 160 pieces, as well as works previo...
Pascale Marthine Tayou: Beautiful
The Bass
29/10/2017 — 02/04/2018
Pascale Marthine Tayou, Pascale’s eggs, 2014-2015. Image courtesy the artist and GALLERIA CONTINUA. Photo by Oak Taylor-Smith.

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Pascale Marthine Tayou brings to Miami Beach an organic and collaboratively formed presentation of work made in the last decade together with an intervention with the museum’s permanent collection w...
Pepe Mar: Man of the Night
Locust Projects
18/11/2017 — 20/01/2018
Pepe Mar: Man of the Night

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Miami-based artist Pepe Mar presents at Locust Projects a large-scale “Gesamtkunstwerk” overflowing from the walls, floor and ceiling of the room made of custom textiles printed with images of pas...
Pop Art at the Margulies Collection
The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse
25/10/2017 — 10/12/2017
Jasper Johns, 0-9, 1959

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The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse presents from October 25  to December 10 a show dedicated to the most relevant artists of Pop Art. The movement emerged as a reaction to the heavy weight of...
Pop Art Prints
Lowe Art Museum
28/09/2017 — 17/12/2017
Robert Indiana, Love, 1967

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“Pop Art Prints” shows a selection of thirty-seven prints from the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s permanent collection: the installation includes works from primarily the 1960s when pop art a...
Progressive Praxis
de la Cruz Collection
29/11/2016 — 29/11/2017
Wade Felix. Courtesy of De la Cruz Collection

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The De la Cruz collection inaugurates its 2017 program with the group exhibition “Progressive Praxis”. The artworks on show differ in material, medium and technique but they all reflect the the...
Rafael Soriano: The Artist as Mystic
Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU
28/10/2017 — 28/01/2018
Rafael Soriano, Serena imagen (Serene Image) [detail], 1991

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“The Artist as Mystic” presents examination of life and works of the acclaimed master of geometric abstraction, Cuban painter Rafael Soriano (1920–2015). With over ninety paintings, pastels, and...
Reflections of the Americas
Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU
23/09/2017 — 03/01/2018
Cundo Bermudez, Quinteto Matancero [detai], 1994

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"Reflections of the Americas" presents 40 masters of serigraphs, paintings and mixed media works ranging from the 1990s to the 2000s sourced from a major donation from the collections of Univision.
Ruben Millares: Paint by Numbers
Pan American Art Projects
07/09/2017 — 10/12/2017
Ruben Millares, Paint by Number, 2017

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“Paint by Numbers” comprises large works on canvas and more intimate pieces made in vellum by Miami-born and based artist Ruben Millares. Millers is an accountant, his world is full of numbers and...
Ruth Gruber: Photojournalist
Jewish Museum of Florida – FIU
16/10/2017 — 07/01/2018
Ruth Gruber, Alaska Territory Unidentified Photographer © Estate of Ruth Gruber, courtesy International Center of Photography

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The show celebrates and recreates the life and travels of heroic Ruth Gruber (1911-2016), a pioneer woman. Born in Brooklyn, Gruber was the youngest PhD in the world at age 20, and an international f...
Sculpture, Painting and Video at the Margulies Collection
The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse
25/10/2017 — 28/04/2018
Ernesto Neto, É ô Bicho! 2001

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Recent additions to the permanent are presented at the Margulies Collection at the Warehouse: sculpture, paintings and videos by David Claerbout, Federico de Francesco, Rosy Keyser, Anselm Kiefer, Imi...
Sinisa Kukec: Facing West – Responsible Inclusive Violence
Spinello Projects
22/11/2017 — 20/12/2017
Sinisa Kukek, Solaranus, Finance is Gold Silver is Silence, 2016. Courtesy of Spinello Projects

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“Facing West” is an interactive sculpture that invited the community to participate in the making of the piece, through responsible inclusive violence. It consists of a monolith made of steel and ...
Steve McQueen: End Credits
Pérez Art Museum Miami – PAMM
17/11/2017 — 11/03/2018
Steve McQueen, End Credits, 2012–2016

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“End Credits, (2012–2016)” is a video installation paying homage to the African American singer and Civil Rights activist Paul Robeson (1898–1976), who was blacklisted by the FBI in the 1950s....
Stone Levity: Small Sculptures by Del Geist
Lowe Art Museum
16/11/2017 — 29/04/2018
Del Geist, Terrakot V, © Del Geist

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Del Geist is known for the large-scale public art he has been creating for the past thirty years. On top of those well known public commissions, Geist has created innumerable intimately-scaled works ...
Sylvie Fleury: Eternity Now
The Bass
01/12/2015 — 01/12/2019
Sylvie FleuryEternity Now2015 Courtesy of The Bass Museum of ArtImage © Silvia Ros

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A recent acquisition of the Bass Museum, the installation Eternity Now is placed at the main entrance of the institution. Sylvie Fleury is known for her seductive works that re-contextualize status...
Tom Scicluna: Climate Sync
ArtCenter South Florida
17/05/2017 — 31/05/2018
Tom Scicluna: Climate Sync

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Miami-based artist Tom Scicluna, presents “Climate Sync” an inverted fully functioning display unit alternating time and temperature, installed in the main entrance of the ArtCenter/South Florida....
Ugo Rondinone: Good Evening Beautiful Blue
The Bass
29/10/2017 — 19/02/2018
Ugo Rondinone, vocabulary of solitude. Installation view at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, 2016. Image courtesy of the artist.

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“Good Evening Beautiful Blue” is a part of a major multi-institution retrospective comprising works that span three decades of Rondinone’s practice, from the late 1990s to the present. Spanning...
Ugo Rondinone: Miami Mountain
The Bass
01/12/2016 — 01/12/2017
Ugo Rondinone, Miami Mountain, 2016

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Miami Mountain is the latest sculpture of the series of iconic mountains by Ugo Rondinone. Considered as one of the most representative artworks of land art of the past 40 years, the sculpture has bee...
William J. Glackens: A Modernist In The Making
Nsu Art Museum Fort Lauderdale
04/09/2016 — 22/10/2018
William J. Glackens, Untitled (Hindu series), 1916. NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale; gift of the Sansom Foundation, 94.5 © 2015; NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale

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This exhibition reveals the importance and depth of NSU Art Museum’s extensive collection of artist William J. Glackens, by presenting works from 1896 to 1936 that distinguish him as one of America...
Within Genres
Pérez Art Museum Miami – PAMM
25/08/2017 — 19/08/2018
Tomás Esson, ORÁCULO, 2017

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The permanent collection of the PAMM is installed thematically within two rooms on the first floor and four rooms on the second and is organized around the historical criteria of genres within Western...
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