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February 16 – April 16: Jorge Salas. Sculpture Series: Tu y Yo / Escrituras Sin Tiempo. Ascaso Gallery (2442 NW 2nd Ave., Wynwood Arts District). Catalog by Carol Damian. The interplay of geometric volumes in abstract construction is a constant feature of the work of Jorge Salas.
February 17 – March 17: JonOne: Wanderlust. Solo Show. Opening Reception in the presence of the artist on Saturday 17, 7 – 10 pm. President’s Day weekend the gallery will exhibit work from artists JonOne, Speedy Graphito, the Miaz Brothers, RERO, Mark Jenkins, and Fidia Falaschetti at Art Wynwood. JonOne (b. 1963, New York) is one of the most influential urban artists of his generation. He grew up in Harlem, New York.
Taking the form of an unconsummated striptease with a multicultural pop soundtrack, Colombian artist María José Arjonas performance All the Others in Me functions as a bridge between miss-understandings. It refuses to point at anything specific or resolve these misunderstandings, but instead offers a panoramic vista on our perception of each other across distances.MOAD – Living Together Program.
May 5 – June 24: Urban Steeling. Scott Brennan and Ralph Provisero. Curated by Ombretta Agró Andruff. Away from the pristine beaches, blue skies and swaying palm trees of Miami Beach, and the glass and steel skyscrapers that give Brickell its futuristic look, Urban Steeling pays homage to the deeply urban, gritty side of Miami, the “anti-tropical paradise” look that is rarely brought under the spotlight, and yet is crucial to the identity of our multifaceted city.
Rocking Chair Sessions 1-50, curated by Maria Theresa Barbist and Elysa D. Batista. Works by the first 50 South Florida artist interviewed for their BABA Collective Podcast.
Jason Aponte and Nicole Maynard – Sahar in collaboration. Nicole Maynard-Sahar chooses to stop painting at a place that’s less explicit as Jason Aponte, while Aponte plays with the way forms dissipate. How do these considerations affect the way viewers perceive their concepts? Swenson Gallery. On view through July 13.
As a creative institution, Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) employs many talented individuals who help bring art to life. This summer, University of Miami Gallery will present the sixth PAMM Staff Art Exhibition, showcasing the talents of its artistically-inclined staff. Artists: Adrienne Chadwick / Alex Zastera / Amanda Linares / Carla Saenz / Chris Byrd / David Kudzma / David Lloyd / Eddie Negron / Gianna Riccardi / Helier Batista / Isabel Sobrevilla / Jahaira Galvez / Janese Weingarten / Jay Oré /Jose Herazo-Osorio / Kadedra Mitchell / Kenny Jones / Kerry Keeler / Lazaro Llanes / Madelyn Perez / Maria Theresa Barbist / Orlando Galvez / Pamela Gonzalez / Pedro Vizcaino / Rafael Lopez-Ramos / Ronaldy Navarro / Susan Leaventon / Tamara Walker / Victoria Ravelo,
Amalia Caputo, Bernardette Despujols, and Tamara Despujols: Still Lives. To coincide with the recent feminist uproar, we see femininity and feminism are reshaping themselves through the gaze of society, consumerism, and marketing. Nevertheless, we are still constantly faced with of mutilation, alienation, and rejection in relation to our own bodies, which brings many different readings on how women perceive themselves. Throughout history, women have had a complex relationship with their bodies and the notion of self that keeps on mutating into different realms. Alongside: Blueprint: Maria Theresa Barbist, Amanda Bradley, Gabriela Garcia, Nathan Harris, Sarah Henderson, and Gianna Riccardi.
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August 9 – 30: Alejandra Suarez: Atmospheric Perspective & Summer Exhibitions, Curated by Danielle Damas. Opening Reception, Thursday 9, 7 – 10 pm. Featuring artists: Toña Vegas, Jason Aponte, Alain Castoriano, Cristina Keller, among others.
Miami based cultural practitioner Onajide Shabaka will discuss his experiences in the Suriname forests during his residency. His practice took on a greater meaning within the context of the African diaspora and the Amerindigenous peoples. Lunch may be ordered from the museum cafe.
(September 8 – October 12). Nader Contemporary is pleased to present Approaching Photography featuring an outstanding collection of contemporary photographers from the gallery’s collection. Featuring works by Mikhail Baryshnikov, Vanessa Beecroft, Dino Bruzzone, Peter Fischli & David Weiss, Nan Goldin, Andreas Gursky, Nathan Leight, Dora Maar, Clara Martinez Thedy, Chiara Mecozzi, Vik Muñiz, Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Pablo Picasso, Thomas Ruff and Andy Warhol.
The Department of Art and Art History at University of Miami is pleased to present the work of its 2018 Incoming Graduate Students. The MFA program at UM is a 60 credit, three-year program resulting in a terminal degree that both prepares students to enter the professional, studio art world and qualifies them for college teaching. Entrance into the program is highly competitive with both national and international applicants.
(September 14 – November 2) Woman Weavers: the Warp of Memory. Curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective. Participant artists: Olga de Amaral, Stella Bernal de Parra, Cecilia Vicuña, Frida Baranek, Sandra de Berduccy, Karla Caprali, Sylvia Denburg, Marina Font, Norah Hernández, Akiko Jackson, Mira Lehr, Elysia Mann, Marcela Marcuzzi, María Angélica Medina, Suzanne Noujaim, Cecilia Paredes, Mabel Poblet, Raquel Schwartz, and Agustina Woodgate.
Grand Opening Reception,Saturday, October 6, 7 – 10. (October 6 – 28). RERO, solo exhibition: SONGS WITHOUT WORDS… presents the artist’s internal conflict concerning the use of words as expression and how the boundaries between different arts are porous. He explores moments when writing invites itself into painting, painting invites itself into music, and music invites itself into plastic art. RERO’s work has always focused on these bridges, as he combines a multitude of mediums and techniques in his practice.
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.
Tonight, October 10, 7 pm. Arts Connection Foundation and Concrete Space present An Arts and Technology Festival Focused on Water, Heritage, and Climate Change. Twenty artists from eleven countries were selected to take part in the 2018 Edition. This festival is featuring videos of Bill Viola, Nam June Paik, and Robert Wilson, from Sala Mendoza Foundation Collection.
Opening Reception on Saturday, October 13, 6 – 9 pm. How Small a Thought by Jeannette Stargala exhibits a collection of one-of-a-kind artist’s books in various forms. Stargala’s visually expressive books take the form of installation art, bound sequences, paper manuscripts, and transformed volumes.
October 20, 2018 – May 19, 2019: One of America’s leading modern artists, painter William Glackens (1870-1938) had a keen interest in the work of Pierre-Auguste Renoir that has long been recognized However, Glackens’ specific debt to the art of this important French modernist has never been fully explored. William J. Glackens and Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Affinities and Distinctions fills this void by bringing together exceptional works by each artist that illuminate Renoir’s influence on Glackens’ artistic development and also shed light on the history of taste in American collecting from the late-19th to the mid-20th century.
October 23, 2018 – April 27, 2019. Open from Tuesday to Saturday: 11 – 4 pm. New Exhibitions: Gilles Barbier, Peter Buggenhout, Cate Giordano, Imi Knoebel, Ibrahim Mahama, Olaf Metzel, Paola Pivi, and Kishio Suga.
Photography Gallery: Walker Evans, Helen Levitt, Stephen Shore, and German Photography from the 1930s.
Lighting and Video: Leandro Erlich, Yuichi Higashionna, Amar Kanwar, Barry McGee, Iván Navarro, Tony Oursler, Jennifer Steinkamp, and Keisuke Takahashi.
Permanent Exhibitions: Chamberlain, de Kooning, Eliasson, Judd, Kiefer, LeWitt, Neto, Noguchi, Segal, Tony Smith, and Franz West.
At Diana Lowenstein new location in Wynwood ( 98 NW 29th St.) Loris Cecchini & Dirk Salz. Exhibition recommended by our critic Anne Tschida in this month Critic’s Choice. On view until January 2nd, 2019.
Fabien Castanier Gallery is proud to present BOUNDLESS, solo exhibition for Italian artist duo the Miaz Brothers, open from November 3 to 24, 2018. This is the third solo exhibition for the Miaz Brothers at the gallery and their first in Miami, featuring a new series of paintings. The Miaz Brothers (b. in Milan, 1965 and 1968), are Roberto and Renato Miaz, an Italian sibling duo who now live and work in Valencia, Spain.
Tonight Fri. Nov 9, 6 – 9 pm Opening Reception at Art and Culture Center / Hollywood: Center to Center is a group exhibition that focuses on artists who are alumni of ArtCenter/South Florida and have exhibited at the Art and Culture Center in the past. Jenny Brillhart, Rosemarie Chiarlone, william cordova, Pepe Mar, Nina Surel, among others. On view until Jan. 6, 2019.
South African artist Faith XLVII solo show Elixir opens on Thursday, December 6 at Fabien Castanier Gallery in Wynwood new location (45 NE 26th St.). The artist will be present and his work will also be on sale at Art Miami Booth AM 512. Elixir is a multi-disciplinary exhibition conceived by Faith XLVII that aims to incite exploration in the viewer, both internally and externally.
Join Ideobox Artspace today (6-9pm) for their opening reception of Displacement: a series of work by Florencio Gelabert. Ideobox Artspace is known for giving voice to a diverse range of artists from different countries and ethnicities, particularly in Latin America, and Gelabert’s Cuban heritage plays a large roll in his artistic expression. Gelabert’s work concentrates in beauty and destruction and violence and serenity through the manipulation of materials, two-dimensional and sculptural work for a recreation of imaginary spaces.
Intermedial Bodies by UM MFA students will be on view from December 6 – January 18, 2019 at the University of Miami Art Gallery located inside the Wynwood Building, 2750 NW 3rd Avenue, Suite 4, Miami, FL 33127.Opening Dec. 8: 6 – 9 pm.
Christine Di Staola, Elizabeth Guignino, Alex Hodge, Courtney Schmidt, Juan Sebastian, Sidney Sherman, Ileana Tolibia, Monica Leslie Travis, and Melissa Tychonievich.
A conversation about Venezuelan artist and filmmaker Diego Rizquez with Collector Milagros Maldonado, Producer Antonio Llerandi and “Muse” Athina Marturet. It’s an invitation of Miami Biennale at their space Paseo Wynwood at 3000 N. Miami Ave, Wynwood this Wednesday 12 from 7 pm. After the conversation you can watch the movie Reveron, a gem!
NSU Art Museum’s symposium “The History of Art and Hip Hop in South Florida,” coinciding with the presentation of the rap musical Hamilton at Broward Center for the Performing Arts, explores the rich and distinct developments of this interdisciplinary genre in the region. The symposiums is free. January 3, 2019, from 5 pm. Limited seating, reserve!
German artist Udo Noger solo Show starts on Saturday, January 5, with a Brunch from 10 am to 3 pm at Diana Lowenstein Gallery on Wynwood (98 NW 29th St). On view until March 31st.
(January 13 – February 9). Opening Brunch Reception in the presence of French artist Speedy Graphito for Beyond the Future, Sunday, January 13, 11 am to 3 pm. Beyond the Future is Speedy Graphito’s first step in his new evolution.