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November 21, 2015 – January 10, 2016: Rogelio López Marín (Gory): Notes for a Retrospective” is the first major exhibition of this pivotal artist born in 1953. The exhibition will encompass a range of artworks from 1975 to the present. For more than a year, Aluna Curatorial Collective has been working on his archives.
Blurred Borders. Change, exile, assimilation and more specifically hope, forms the core of Carola Bravo’s new series of works, which are inspired by Jacob Lawrence’s The Migration Series (1940–41). In Blurred Borders, Venezuelan-born Bravo, known for her immersive site-specific installations and videos that address space, time and shifting territories, mines her personal history for inspiration.
A Survey of South Florida Art. Curated by Jane Hart. Participating Artists: Duane Brant, Jenny Brillhart, Alejandro Contreras, Ivan Depeña, Raphael Domenech, Henning Haupt, Margi Glagovic Nothard, Robert Huff, Carol Jazzar,Bruce Kates, Leïla A. Leder-Kremer. Michael Loveland, Raul Perdomo, Ralph Provisero, Karen Rifas, Onajide Shabaka, Odalis Valdivieso, and Marcos Valella.
Works of 5 artists that participated at “Personal Structures”, run at Palazzo Mora in Venice, Italy, during the 56th Venice Biennale: Beatriz Gerenstein (Argentina-USA), Marcello Martinez Vega (Ecuador- Germany), Norma Lopez (Colombia-USA), Rene Rietmeyer (The Nederlands, Josephine Turalba (Philipines). Curated by Piter Ortega Nunez. On view until January 6, 2016
Escaping Gravity, a new body of work by Wendy Wischer. With these three new pieces, a sculpture, a video and a multi-media installation, Wischer turns her focus more directly to nature, reflecting poetically on our surroundings, the cycle of life, as well as the major signals of our current environmental issues.On view until February 16, 2016
Curated by Rina Carvajal. Featuring: Gabriel Acevedo Velarde Carla Chaim, Andre Komatsu, Daniel Medina, Jorge Pedro Nuñez, Nicolas Robbio and Francisco Ugarte.This exhibition examines the contextualization and re-interpretation of abstraction in recent artistic practices. On view until March 30, 2016.
Isaac Julien: American debut of Stones Against Diamonds (Ice Cave). Free & Open to the Public. One of Britain’s most important and influential artists and filmmakers has created the latest compelling addition to the Rolls-Royce Art Programme, a video installation that will fill the magnificent Jewel Box across 15 screens — the largest and most impressive presentation of the work to date.
For four days only during Art Basel week, MDC Live Arts presenst HOLOSCENES, an epic performance art installation designed to “make people feel climate change in their gut.” A human aquarium spontaneously floods and drains with twelve tons of water, as performers inside strive to adapt and continue their activities. This visceral project by TED fellow and arts visionary Lars Jan embodies the trauma of flooding and explores our troubled relationship to water.Wed,2: 10 – 4; Thurs.3:2 – 8; Fri. 4: 2 – 8, Sat. 5: 2 – 8. Free parking.
It’s its 26th edition plus CONTEXT (it’s sister fair) 4th edition. Pick up your free printed art circuits Gold 15 guide at booth P5. With a rich history, it is the original and longest-running contemporary art fair in Miami. From Dec. 2 to Sunday Dec. 6. Check details at art circuits guide and maps free application.
PINTA 9th edition, second edition in Miami. Pick up your free printed art circuits Gold 15 edition at booth B3. Pinta is an exclusive and intimate art fair created as a venue for the exhibition and promotion of Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese art that includes the participation of fifty prominent galleries from the United States, Latin America and Europe. Public Hours: Wed.2: 5 – 9, Thurs. 3:11-8; Fri. Dec. 4: 11-8, Sat. 5: 11- 8, Sun. Dec.6: 11 – 6.
Its. 14th edition in Miami Beach. Pick up your free printed art circuits Gold edition at the Miami Bureau, before showing your ticket to get inside. 267 leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa show significant work from the masters of Modern and contemporary art, as well the new generation of emerging stars. Ambitious large‐scale artworks, films and performances become part of the city’s outdoor landscape at nearby Collins Park and SoundScape Park.
Do not miss this unique opportunity to meet the artist and walk away with a personalized book for yourself or a friend. Books and other merchandise will be available for purchase in the Museum Gift Shop. This evening marks the exhibit premiere of “The Natural World Along Tamiami Trail: Photographs by Clyde Butcher.”
3:30pm to 4pm | FLORA ars + natura – Bogota: Artistic Director José Roca, presents FLORA’s new initiative – ‘Escuela FLORA’. In a new building, which houses the community library funded by FLORA’s campaign on Art Basel’s curated Kickstarter page, FLORA will have 12 studios, which will be given to emerging artists as year-long grants coupled with an independent study program centered on studio practice.
Two last days! Fantastical Vizcaya presents eleven Miami-based artists commissioned to create site-specific performance-based works: Dona Altemus, Pip Brant, Amalia Caputo, Cara Despain, Sebastian Duncan Portuondo, Alan Gutierrez, Daniel Milewski, Maritza Molina, Homo-Sapiens Collab: David Rohn and Danilo de la Torre, and Misael Soto.
Breakfast in the Park. Sunday, December 6 | 9:30am–12pm: Complimentary outdoor breakfast and informal talk by Guest Sculptor Alyce Aycock. Known for her large-scale, architectural sculptures and site-specific installations, Aycock’s sculptures and public works can be found in collections and sites across the country. Over the decades, Aycock has drawn inspiration for her massive works from the environment, physics, machinery, psychoanalysis, and computer programming. it is the final day of Art Basel Miami Beach! FIU’s Patricia & Phillip Guests enjoy a complimentary outdoor breakfast, informal lecture by a noted sculptor, and guided tours of our Sculpture Park and exhibitions.
Annual Brunch & Lecture with Roz Chast. Champagne Brunch: 10 – 11:15 am; Lecture & Book Signing: 11:30 am – 1 pm. Award-winning New Yorker cartoonist and author Roz Chast will discuss a relevant topic—Can’t We Talk about Something More Pleasant?— and sign her acclaimed graphic memoir of the same title at the Lowe Art Museum’s annual Bubbles & Brunch breakfast on Sunday, December 6.
Stirring it up at PAMM fundraising cocktail hour from 5:30 pm on the 3rd. Floor Terrace at PAMM. An engaging evening of presentations with Everglades National Park Superintendent Pedro Ramos, Audubon Director Eric Draper and artist Susan Silas, moderated by Deborah Mitchell. Space is Limited. First come, first seated.
Dana Donaty and Rafael Barros are artists at the Bakehouse Art Complex in Miami. Donaty is a conceptual artist recognized for her provocative canvases with unusual narratives. Barros, a native of Colombia, divides his time between painting, designing and architecture. Lunch available by pre-order from the Museum Café.Free for museum members; $12 non-members. RSVP: email or 954-262-0204.
The Lowe Art Museum will host a conversation with Five Magnum Photographers: Carolyn Drake, Thomas Hoepker, Susan Meiselas, Martin Parr, and Alec Soth as part of The Arnold and Augusta Newman Lecture Series in Photography. The panel discussion with the five photographers, will take place at 7:00 pm in the University of Miami Shalala Student Center Ballroom. A book signing will follow, courtesy of Books & Books. Magnum Photos is an international photographic cooperative. Owned by its photographer-members since its founding in 1947, this legendary collective has survived for decades by consistently redefining itself. This December, 25 Magnum photographers will gather in Miami to discuss their work and continue shaping the cooperative.
December 19th, 2015-January 30th, 2016: Ezra Johnson, Cut Rate Paradise, and Bruce Kates, Mumbo Jumbo (Project Space). Ezra Johnson’s exhibition ‘Cut-Rate Paradise’ is inspired by Florida. This group of paintings and video reflect the mid-twentieth century promise of an inexpensive paradise for all, with no winter and a big house and pool, which ultimately loses its sparkle.