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Masters of Cuba , to benefit Nader Latin American Art Museum (NaderLAAM). The exhibit will showcase selected works from modern and contemporary artists Pedro Alvarez, Jose Bedia, Cundo Bermudez, Alfredo Caballero, Mario Carreño, Luis Cruz Azaceta, Carlos Enriquez, Agustin Fernández, Wifredo Lam, Alexis Leyva Machado (Kcho), Julio Larraz, Armando Mariño, Manuel Mendive, Amelia Pelaez, Carlos Quintana, Rafael Soriano and Ruben Torres Llorca.
RPM Project Solo Exhibition: The House Inside My Head. Video, Sound and sculpture by Rhonda Mitrani, Patricia Schnall Gutiérrez and Marina Font.For centuries, social conditions have placed women and the roles associated with the feminine character, in the house.
Music historians consider The Great American Songbook along with jazz to be the most important contributions made to American music in the 20th Century. The SFSO continues the series with classic beloved songs from songwriters like Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, George and Ira Gershwin, Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen +.
Through February 28. Abstract, Mayan, and Surreal Works. Benjamin Cañas (El Salvador, 1933 – 1987).
Opening Celebration, Saturday September 15: 3 – 6 pm (September 15 – April 21) Grids: A Selection of Paintings by Lynne Golob Gelfman, a collection of approximately 25 paintings by Miami-based artist Lynne Golob Gelfman. The most comprehensive show by Gelfman to date, the exhibition will showcase paintings the artist has produced over the last two decades, as well as examples of early works from the late 1960s and early 70s—the majority of which have never been seen publicly before.
(September 22 – November 3 ) Cesar Trasobares: Redacted. These works can be seen through the lens of personal psychology as brutal actions of uncensored dissent as well as expressions of uncompromising social and political commentary. Gallerist Luisa Lignarolo expands: “César’s exhibition reflects an artist’s emotional protest against the blasting of knowledge from many fronts and the resulting atmosphere of intellectual debasement.”
Through October 21: Photographs from the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada. Art Talk: Arthur Lubow explains how Diane Arbus and Lisette Model became friends and what they learned from the other. Lisette Model (1901-1983) is one of the most influential street photographers, best known for her direct portrayal of the peculiarities of average people captured candidly in everyday situations. She was born in Vienna and discovered photography when she moved to Paris and joined André Kertész’s circle.
Boca Raton Museum Lecture on Sunday, March 10, 3 pm: Professors Evan Bennett (History) and Taylor Hagood (English) examine the intersections of art, history, and literature in Florida. Professor Bennett offers historical context and insight by exploring the connection of image and reality in Florida history, using Harriet Beecher Stowe’s analogy of Florida to a tapestry–beauty on one side, mess stitches on the other.
Opening Reception on Tuesday, April 16, from 6 pm. Beyond the Cape! Comics and Contemporary Art. Renee Cox, Enrique Chagoya, R. Crumb, Peter Saul, Kenny Scharf, Elizabeth Murray, among others. Organized by Calvin Reid, Senior News Editor at Publishers Weekly and a leading expert in the field. The exhibit focuses on contemporary artists directly influenced by comics. On view until October 6.