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Remaking Miami: Josefina Tarafa’s Photographs of the 1970s is coordinated by José Antonio Navarrete, a curator, and scholar currently based in Miami. At the historic Freedom Tower, the exhibition will present images by the photographer, editor, and philanthropist that pictures the transformation of Miami by the arrival of Tarafa’s fellow Cuban immigrants. Tarafa's exceptional photographic work unites an inventive formal sensibility, a documentary and anthropological drive, and a keen eye for the revelatory detail. In the 1970s, she recorded the Cuban traces being engraved in Miami, creating what is arguably one of the most meaningful bodies of images that picture the transformation of the city during those years. The exhibition will be on view during Fall 2020 (opening date to be announced) until Sunday, February 28, 2021.