February: A Multi-disciplinary Miami
February features Fashion, Film, Form, Photos, Philosophy and…Video Games. Post-World War II Italian fashion takes the spotlight at the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale as part of Bellissima: Italy and High Fashion 1945-1968, while The Art of Video Games grabs the controls at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum. Escaping Gravity is a compilation of Wendy Wischer’s films and sculptures at The Screening Room, while British photographer Phil Toledano rediscovers memories of his late sister in When I was Six at Dina Mitrani Gallery. Ombretta Agró Andruff curates a literary inspired exhibition, The Ambiguous Lightness of Being – An Homage to Milan Kundera, at Diana Lowenstein Gallery that explores the Czech novelist’s existential contemplations. Having existential contemplations of their own, a shout out goes to the artist run space VersaceVersaceVersace (formerly GucciViutton) who ask the question What Shall We Do Next?, as the title of their show at Diverse Works in Houston, Texas. From Europe to Miami to Texas, Miami’s February art offerings cross disciplines and borders.