November stars for art shine. At Frost Art Museum/FIU, don't miss "Wang Qingson: ADinfinitum." Internationally celebrated Chinese artist Wang Qingson brings his innovative spirit to photography with computer-generated images and more, offering large-scale masterpieces documenting changes transforming contemporary China. At Wolfsonian/FIU museum, don't miss "Myth and Machine: The First World War in Visual Culture." Recognizing the centenary of the war's beginning, this show explores massive changes the war generated, reflected in paintings, sculpture, posters, photographs, books, with rare and unique objects. More stars: Durban Segnini Gallery presents art by Manolo Vellojín in "The Spiritual Side of Geometrics," including artworks created between 1970 and 2006. Ascaso Gallery exhibits "Vigas Informalista, Paris 1959-1964," with text by noted art critic and art historian Dr. Marek Bartelik.