Through October 20:
South Florida Cultural Consortium Exhibition
Curated by Amy Galpin, chief curator of the Frost Art Museum.
This year’s exhibition will showcase 13 artists including: Nellie Appleby, Felecia Carlisle, Domingo Castillo, Jennifer Clay, Katrina Miller, Reginald O’Neal, Edison Peñafiel, Sebastian Ruiz, Jamilah Sabur, Vivien Segel, Misael Soto, Amber Tutwiler and Agustina Woodgate.
The South Florida Cultural Consortium (SFCC) is the largest government-sponsored grant program in the U.S. for artists living in Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Palm Beach and Martin Counties.
Collection Focus: Works on Paper from 19960 – 1980.
Curated by Elizabeth Shannon
The exhibition’s works include examples of Pop Art, Minimalism and Post-Minimalism, while some objects reflect a specific political moment or social concern.
Opening Reception, Thursday, December 5, 8 – 11 pm.
November 26, 2019 – Marzo 29, 2020:
Cecilia Vicuña. About to Happen.
Co-Curated by Andrea Andersson and Julia Bryan-Wilson.
Alicia Rahon. Poetic Invocations.
Curated by Teresa Arcq.
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) is dedicated to making contemporary art accessible to diverse audiences – especially underserved populations – through the collection, preservation and exhibition of the best of contemporary art and its art historical influences.
The Museum of Contemporary Art is located in North Miami, it expanded from the original Center of Contemporary Art, which was inaugurated in 1981 in a modest single gallery space. The Museum opened a new building in 1996 designed by Charles Gwarthmey of GSNY, who worked in conjunction with Miami firm Gelabert-Navia in the creation of the space. The museum is a site for discovering new artists, contemplating the work of contemporary masters, and learning about our living cultural heritage.
Museum of Contemporary Art / MOCA770 NE 125th St.
North Miami, Fl. 33161
P: 305 893 6211
Tues – Fri: 10 – 5
Sat/Sun: 11 – 5
Artist Reception: $10
General Admission: $ 5
Children under 12: Free
North Miami Residents: Free