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March 2 – May 20: Coral Gables Museum (285 Aragon Ave.). Judi Harvest: Cross-Pollination: Honeybees and Murano Glass, will feature a series of works previously exhibited at the Venice Biennale. Having worked with seven Murano glass masters, Harvest draws parallels between the fragility of two communities affected by encroaching urbanism and growing industrial economies – the honeybees and the Murano glass-making families.
March 2 – 30: Edel Lugones, Secret Expressions. Glances Toward the place where each character tells a story. Cevor. Latin American Art (1805 Poncce de Leon Blvd. Suite 125, entrance by Madeira Ave. Coral Gables). Cuban artist Edel Lugones own view of the humans that surround him.
Martes, Marzo 20, 8 – 9:30 pm: Letra Urbana invita a una conversacion entre la artista visual Ana Candioti y Nancy Clara: Mujeres de la Tierra.En Books & Books de Coral Gables.
Opening Reception: April 6, 6 – 10 for Coral Gables Gallery Night. Journey of an Artist: unique group show brings together an eclectic mix of media, styles, and forms of expression. Featured artists include Maxwell Britton, Rosee Camafreitas, Cesar Garcia, Silvio Gayton, Erasmo Gonzalez Ojeda, Joaquin Gonzalez, Pedro Hernandez, Charles Lee, Ali Miranda, Adriano Nicot, and Miguel Rodez.
April 13 – July 2018. Nine Sculptors: Manolo Valdes, Waltercio Caldas, Agustin Cardenas, Pablo Atchugarry, Ramirez Villamizar, Jaildo Marinho, William Barbosa, Manuel Felguerez, and German Botero.
Until May 31 st: Carlos Cruz-Diez, Lynn Kislak, Carlos Estevez, Marcos Marin and Edouard Duval-Carrié, among others. A Pop Up that is a color-ride.
Open late for Coral Gables Gallery Night on May 4, 11 am – 9:30 pm. and until May 31st:The Color Rides in Coral Gables, art by Carlos Cruz-Diez, Edouard Duval-Carrie, Uaio Antor, Lynn Kislak, Carlos Estevez, Rafael Barrios, among others.
April 15 – May 31. Opening Reception, Friday, May, 4, 6 – 10: Pastels by Rafa Fernandez; classic images and bronzes of Francisco Zuniga and his brother, Edgar; the natural world in landscapes of Alejandro Villalobos; social relationships through the watercolors of Enar Cruz; absurd faces by Otto Apuy; provocative xylographs of Francisco Amighetti; immigration in paintings by Jorge Crespo; rich monotypes by Lorena Villalobos, and flavors in the unique works by Marcia Salas.
May 17 – September 23: Sebastian Spreng: Dresden.Spreng visions on Dresden 1945, a series of iPad drawing in aluminum depicting the destruction of the city and the horror of war. An interactive exhibition. Opening Reception: Thursday, May 17, 7 – 9 pm.
Hands & Earth features more than forty important works created by some of Japan’s most significant artists over the course of the past six decades. Together, these pieces (drawn exclusively from the world-class Carol & Jeffrey Horvitz Collection of Japanese Ceramics) provide a comprehensive survey of 20th-and 21st-century Japanese master ceramicists.
Views of Contemporary Photography. Light Boxes by Richar Conti. Photographs by Lluis Barba and Carlos Domenech and Portraits by Marcos Marin. Opening Reception at 5:30 pm.
For Coral Gables Gallery Night next Friday, July 6, from 6 to 10 pm, Cevor Gallery presents: emerging Ecuadorian artist Carla Alvarez Aguirre, Catching Light and Movement. Each painting is a literary work, depicting short stories that provoke deciphering from the source of your creative imagination.
(August 3 – November 6) “Sacred Ground: The Rise, Fall, and Revival of Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery will take up residence at the museum. Through a display of telegrams, video, artifacts, historical documents and images from photographers including Carl Juste and C.W. Griffin, the museum will tell the story of the cemetery, its citizens and the Miami they knew.”
A conversation about ˇThe Rise, Fall and Revival of Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery: with panelists: Jessica Williams, Owner of Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery, Arthur Kennedy, Caretaker of the Cemetery, John Allen, Executive Director, Coral Gables Museum, Malcolm Lauredo, Director of Historic Research and Lead Historian. Moderated by Yuni Villalonga, Chief Curator. rsvp: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, the Coral Gables Museum is hosting its annual bike tour through the historic niche of Miami that is the Gables. Beginning and ending at the Larry and Penny Thompson Memorial Park, the tour is the perfect way to spend a Sunday–visiting the beautiful area and getting a breath of morning Miami air. Everyone is welcome, bike and helmet rentals are available at the museum location across the street.
Ninoska Huerta Pop Up Opening Reception and Art Talk about “Inspired by Coral Gables”. Watercolors and Drawings by Victor Deupi, Thomas Spain, Brian Lemmerman, and Carlos Barbon. Historic works by Denman Fink. Lecture by Professor Teofilo Victoria at 6:30 pm. Reception until 9 pm. Across the street from the Coral Gables Museum.
Because they are installing a New Screen!!! On October 1st through 4th the Cinema will be closed for its installation. Measuring 12 x 33 feet and boasting a 2.76:1 aspect ratio, it will accommodate Ultra Panavision 70 films. These extra-wide titles also require the use of a special lens on our Century JJ 70mm projectors. The Cinema has received the screen and lens through a generous donation from Magna-Tech Electronic Co.
Wednesday, October 3rd, 7 – 9 pm. Meet Costa Rican Master Printmakers Lorena Villalobos and Marcia Salas.They will guide the attendees in exploring innovative ways to create fine prints. It’s a hands-on workshop. Free. Limited seating, rsvp to 305 420 5413.
Ninoska Huerta Pop Up Gallery Night Reception of Coral Gables memorabilia collectors’ exhibition “Inspired by Coral Gables”. Watercolors and Drawings by Victor Deupi, Thomas Spain, Brian Lemmerman, and Carlos Barbon. Historic works by Denman Fink. Alongside photographs by Tomas Sanchez, curated by Jorge M. Sori.Across the street from the Coral Gables Museum.
Come to venerate classic feminist and African American icon Aretha Franklin with the Coral Gables Museum and Frost School of Music. To commemorate this music legend, enjoy a carefully curated jazz concert featuring the voice of Justine Garcia (local YoungArts winner), with Robert Papacica on the guitar and Koa Ho on the bass, as they take the audience through a repertoire of Franklin’s greatest hits.
This Saturday, celebrate the fall season with the Coral Gables Museum for a harvest festival with the family! Complete with a live musical performance, fine dining craft, and games for everyone, this afternoon will not have anyone bored.
Introduccion al mundo del vino por Miro Popic. En Español. Guia Práctica para escoger un vino y no perecer en el intento. Cata dirigida con todo lo que usted debe saber para quedar como un experto, acompañada de aperitivos. Incluye el libro “Mundo del Vino” de Miro Popic.
This Sunday, visit the spectacular historic Biltmore hotel, one of the most significant national landmarks in Miami, and home of some of the top hotel amenities in the country. The pool and restaurant are featured extensively in top lists across the US, and have whopping ratings, and beautiful tennis courts, cabanas, spas and fitness centers in the exotic architectural Mediterranean styles are all what make it a phenomenal place to visit. The guided tour of the landscape is brought to you by the Dade Heritage Trust.
Prof. Paul George Lecture about The Master Suburb: The Uniqueness of Coral Gables as Seen Through the Art World. Thursday, October 25, 6 pm at Ninoska Huerta (290 Aragon Ave). Reception to follow in the context of the exhibit “Inspired by Coral Gables” Watercolors and drawings by Victor Deupi, Brian Lemmerman, Thomas Spain, Carlos Barbon, and historic works from Denman Fink.
Join the Coral Gables Art Cinema for this fascinating film experience! With a modern interpretation of Suspiria (by Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino), revisit Dario Argento’s masterpiece in an amazing restoration that enhances the cinematography and unique score by rock band Goblin. The story follows a ballet dancer who transfers to a prestigious German dance school only to discover malice and mystery. Watch this harrowing thriller today.
Come to relax with a canoe canal tour with the Coral Gables Museum and EcoAdventures. The canal tour will take you through a variety of beautiful historic Miami areas, including the Biltmore and the Biscayne Bay area. In addition, a truly unique view of nature and stunning hidden gems will be shown. The tour will start off with an audio guide of the Coral Gables vision, and then continue to take a bus to the waterway to board the canoes. Enjoy an afternoon of leisure and beauty along the scenic route of the gables.
Artist Reception at Virginia Miller / ArtSpace (165 Madeira Ave.). Renato Meziat: A Decade of Realism. On view until February 22, 2019.
En Español, en Imago (165 Majorca, Coral Gables), costo $26: Charla Mitologia e Iconografía del Rapto Amoroso a cargo de Elisabetta Balasso, artista, escritora y docente. Su baraja de 96 imágenes y una colección de 8 trajes simbólicos están exhibidos en el cce (1490 Biscayne) hasta Nov. 10.
Friday, Nov. 9, 7:30: Join Leica Store Miami and HistoryMiami Museum with photographer Nathan Benn. Benn, a Miami native, is a former National Geographic photographer and former Director of Magnum Photos, Inc. will give for an artist talk and sign his new book. “A Peculiar Paradise: Florida Photographs by Nathan Benn”show opens at the museum on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2019 until April, 14, 2019.
On Friday November 9, 7 pm at Books & Books, Coral Gables enjoy a program about this new book about Robert Huff. Beth Dunlop who wrote essay will moderate a panel with Carol Jazzar, Frank Casale and Bob’s widow Barbara Young. A cross section of the drawings, paintings, sculpture and public artworks of Robert Huff. In Huff’s work, love of the natural world and the man-made world are juxtaposed. His passion for “place” turned to genuine concern for the environment and the future of the planet as he bore witness to the consequences of development and industry in the backwaters and backwoods landscapes that he loved. Ed. of 500, costs $ 75.