ART CIRCUITS CRITIC’S CHOICE NOVEMBER 2020
The Season is here, but not the way we expected. We live in the future!So, let’s be amazed and enjoy the openings - virtual, by appointment, socially distanced, masked – whatever it takes.I am happy to report that things are happening if you look, and Art Circuits can be the guide. Here are my picks for the month (everything open but check the protocol):
PAMM – The Perez Art Museum Miami
Opening on November 7 (in person)
Allied with Power: African and African Diaspora Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection
The exhibition of over 40 works by international African and African Diaspora from Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe, and the US, addresses themes of identity, colonialism, spirituality, everyday life, and abstraction, that collapses national borders in a kaleidoscope of voices that declare their artistic authority.
MoAD at the Freedom Tower
Opening on November 5 (in person)
THE BODY ELECTRIC
A major multidisciplinary exhibition examines humans' ever-changing relationship with technology, and the inescapable interface between our bodies and the screens. Especially appropriate for today, the exhibit features remarkably varied works from 59 artists and collectives who use the screen as a place to rethink the body and identity, especially as they relate to questions of gender, sexuality, class, and race.
Nader Art Museum Latin America - NAMLA
Through November 30 (in person)
Women in Latin American Art
Works by Soraya Abu Naba‘a, Martha Boto, Tania Bruguera, Leonora Carrington, Lygia Clark, Miriam Costanza, Olga De Amaral, Eliane Duarte, GEGO, Carmen Herrera, Frida Kahlo, Beatriz Milhazes, Amelia Peláez, Betsabee Romero, Doris Salcedo, Olga Sinclair, Lolo Soldevilla, and Remedios Varo.
NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale
November 21, 2020 – February 22, 2021 (in person)
New Art South Florida: South Florida Cultural Consortium Exhibition
Features 13 preeminent South Florida artists who are recipients of the 2020 South Florida Cultural Consortium awards.
MINDY SOLOMON GALLERY
Presents two solo exhibitions at the gallery:
October 24 – November 28, 2020 (in person)
Glenn Barkley: i contain multitudes
Melanie Daniel:AFTER THE FLOOD
Set in an antediluvian world in which humanity survives in hybrid forests and on the rising seas, this exhibition features solitary figures that appear as shadows or memories of people.
The Deering Estate
October 26, 2020 – January 31, 2021 (in person)
Rosemarie Chiarlone. Still Now
Sinisa Kukec. Facing Gaia
We welcome the Private Collection Open to the Public
Girls' Club in Fort Lauderdale
The Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz Art Collection
Through November 14: (in person)
We’ve Got a Bright Place
Curated by Tayina Deravile
Group show featuring Jaynilee Hernandez, Felix Jackson Jr., Ashley Lindo, Shawna Moulton, Sharene Mullings, Christopher Nazon, Khaulah Naima Nuruddin and Chastity Pascoe. Eight South Florida artists persist in forming new conceptualizations of intimacy, anger, love, healing, and mourning. We’ve Got a Bright Place introduces a dynamic reimagining of Black identity and Blackness.