*artist from the Girls' Club Collection
Museums & Exhibitions
100+ Degrees in the Shade | The first definitive survey exhibition of South Florida Art since 2001, curated by Jane Hart. Over 150 artist participants, encompassing internationally and nationally known established, mid-career and emerging artists all with direct ties to the South Florida community.
3900 North Miami Avenue, Miami Design District
Bridge Red Studios, 12425 NE 13th Ave, North Miami
Carol Jazzar Contempory Art, 158 NW 91st St, El Portal
Design Sublime, 7201 NE 4th Ave, Miami
Fredric Snitzer Gallery (Kenny Scharf Solo Exhibition), 1540 NE Miami Ct, Miami
Girls' Club, 117 NE 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale
The Laundromat Art Space, 5900 NE 2nd Ave, Miami
O.M.M. Obsolete Media Miami, 5 NW 39th St, Miami Design District
Swampspace, (The Machine Show), 3940 North Miami Ave, Miami Design District
Art and Culture Center of Hollywood
Nina Surel: Sailing to Byzantium | In Sailing to Byzantium, Nina Surel translates William Butler Yeats’ poetic allegory of aging into an imaginary physical and spiritual journey using sculpture, installation, sound, and video.
Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, 1650 Harrison Street, Hollywood
BassX, Bass Museum Temporary Space
New Sculpture by Sylvie Fleury: Eternity Now, 2015 | Eternity Now, 2015, Fleury newest site-specific neon, will be installed on the façade of the Bass Museum of Art’s Art Deco building as part of bassX, the museum’s series of artist projects presented during its year-long renovation.
ABMB Hours: Mon & Tues 12-8pm; Wed - Sun 10am - 6pm. Admission is free
BassX, 2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Girls' Club Collection
Self-Proliferation | An exhibition of works by more than thirty artists from the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz. Selected by New York-based independent curator Micaela Giovannotti, works in the exhibition express the natural female propensity for replication and fecundity. Artists include: Ida Applegroog, Anette Messeger, Nancy Spero, Cindy Sherman, Lorna Simpson, Jessica Stockholder, Mickalene Thomas, and others.
100+ Degrees in the Shade | The only Broward iteration of these multi-venue exhibition of South Florida artists curated by Jane Hart. Artists include Natalia Arias, Carol K. Brown, Lou Anne Colodny, Cat Del Buono/ReFemme, Jacqueline Falcone/Misael Soto, Naomi Fisher, Samantha Salzinger, Diego Singh, Katie Stirman and Angela Valella.
ABMB Hours: Wednesday - Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday & Sunday, 9am-1pm. Admission is free.
Girls' Club, 117 NE 2 Street, Fort Lauderdale
ICA, Institute of Contemporary Art
A Public Character | A Public Character marks the first major museum presentation of Shannon Ebner’s work comprising photography, sculpture, installation and video.
The Van (Redux) | On view in ICA Miami’s Atrium Gallery, The Van (Redux) features a seminal but rarely-seen video by Alex Bag, The Van, 2001, alongside a video and a dramatic new site-specific installation that brings the historic work to the present.
ABMB Hours: Tues - Sun 11am-7pm; Admission is free
Institute of Contemporary Art, 4040 NE 2nd Avenue, Design District, Miami
PAMM, Perez Art Museum Miami
Bloodlines | Tracing the history of social movements in the Unites States and the Caribbean, Bloodlines presents a series of new works by Firelei Báez inspired by lineages of black resistance.
Project Gallery: Bik Van der Pol | Speechless, a new work by the Rotterdam-based artistic duo Bik Van der Pol (Liesbeth Bik and Jos Van der Pol), is a multi-layered exploration of how we speak about the precarious state of the natural world.
Project Gallery: Sheela Gowda | Sheela Gowda’s artistic practice engages a diverse range of media and materials. PAMM’s double-height Project Gallery will serve as a unique architectural context for a newly commissioned sculptural installation by the Bangalore-based artist.
ABMB Hours: Mon & Tues 10am-6pm; Wed 10am-5:30pm; Thur 10am-5pm; Fri - Sun 10am-6pm. Admission: Adults $16; Students, Seniors and youth $12; Children, Active US Military, and Members Free
Perez Art Museum Miami, 1103 Biscayne Blvd., Downtown Miami
Littlest Sister Art Fair, 4th Edition | Inaugurating Spinello Projects’ new space and its 10th Year Anniversary, Littlest Sister will feature an emerging Miami based curator, Sofia Bastidas (Littlest Sister Director) and ten unrepresented women-identified Miami based artists including Cara Despain, AdrienneRose Gionta*, Jessie Laino, Tara Long, Ana Mendez, Nun (Jessica Martin and Deon Rubi), Jamilah Sabur, Reed van Brunschot, Juana Valdes, and Clara Varas.
ABMB Hours: Mon, Nov 30, 2015: Vernissage, 8-11pm; December 1-6, 2015: 12-7pm; Admission is free
Spinello Projects, 7221 NW 2nd Avenue, Little Haiti, Miami
Martha Friedman: Pore | For her first major show in Miami, Friedman has created four vividly colored sheets of rubber – made by pouring around 1000lbs of the material onto Locust Projects’ floor – that have been rigged to cascade from the rafters.
Beatriz Monteavaro*: Nochebuena | The exhibition is centered around memories of family gatherings in the artist’s childhood home, with a focus on the celebrations surrounding Nochebuena (Cuban Christmas Eve).
ABMB Hours: November 30-December 5, 9am-8pm / December 6, 10am-12pm
Locust Projects, 3852 N. Miami Avenue, Design District, Miami
Rubell Family Collection
No Man's Land: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection | This exhibition will focus on and celebrate work made by more than a hundred female artists of different generations, cultures and disciplines.
ABMB Hours: Wed - Sun: 9am-6pm
Rubell Family Collection, 95 NW 29 ST, Wynwood, Miami
Margulies Collection at the Warehouse
New works by Meuser, Lawrence Carroll, Mark Handforth and Martin Boyce. Installations by Susan Philipsz and Anselm Keifer
ABMB Hours: Mon - Sat: 9am-6pm; Sun: 9am-2pm. Admission: adults $10, State of FL Students free, all other students $5 (all proceeds benefit the Lotus House, a shelter for women and children).
Margulies Collection at the Warehouse, 591 NW 27TH ST, Wynwood, Miami
NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale
To be Continued: Television as Art | An exhibition of video artworks by Vito Acconci, Cory Arcangel, Dara Birnbaum, Ceal Floyer, and Yoko Ono, that explores the television in the realm of contemporary art, curated by Bonnie Clearwater, NSU Art Museum Director and Chief Curator.
The Indestructible Lee Miller | The exhibition considers Miller’s life from multiple perspectives: assistant, collaborator and muse of surrealist artist Man Ray; and pioneering fine art, fashion, and war photographer whose images of the London Blitz, liberation of Paris, and Dachau and Buchenwald concentration camps were among the most powerful photographs of World War II.
NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, 1 E. Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale