A Girls’ Guide to ABMB 2014

Monday, Dec. 1

4-9pm | Ping Pong Basel Opening Event
Large group exhibition of artists from Miami, Los Angeles, and Basel including Robert Chambers, Andrew Pasquella, Martin Chramosta, Ruben Millares, Sue Iron, Mette Tommerup, Mei Xian Qiu, Clare Kenny, Antonia Wright, Guido Nussbaum, Cara Despain, and Molly Valade.
Alfred I. Dupont Building, 169 East Flagler Street, Downtown, Miami

6-9pm | Pop Up Opening
Special exhibition from Miami-based David Castillo Gallery featuring solo projects by Susan Lee-Chun*, Cristina Lei Rodriguez*, Pepe Mar*, Jillian Mayer* and TM Sisters* and a group exhibition with works by Sanford Biggers*, Rafael Ferrer, Kate Gilmore*, Luis Gispert, Lyle Ashton Harris, Xaviera Simmons, Shinique Smith* and Wendy White.
David Castillo Gallery Pop Up, 430 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach

Tuesday, Dec. 2

7-9pm | Institute for Contemporary Art Opening Celebration
The newly formed Institute for Contemporary Art, created by former members of MOCA North Miami, opens in the temporary location of the historic Moore Building in Miami's Design District. Inaugural exhibitions include two solo presentation by international artists Pedro Reyes and Andra Ursuta.
Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), 4040 NE 2nd Avenue, Design District, Miami

Wednesday

9am-1pm | Fountainheads Open Studios
A large converted warehouse building in Little Haiti houses a complex of artist studios, including those of Dona Lambert, Juana Valdes, Lori Nozick, PJ Mills, Karen Starosta-Gilinski*, Temisan Okpaku, Nicole Doran*, Carla Fache, Julie Davidow*, Kerry Phillips*, Tom Bollinger, Marco Beria, Dona Altemus, Juan Raul Hoyos, Nereida Garcia-Ferraz, Andrea Nhuch, PaoloAmbu, Judith Robertson, Elaine Defibaugh, David Rohn*, Marisa Telleria, Martha Raoli, Jessy Nite, Ian Peter Hosfeld, ROberto Ojeda, Claudia Calle, Alexander Heria, Sandra Ramos, Santiago Rubino, Patricia Schnall Gutierrez, Typoe, Alex Tremino*, Nicole Burko, Sara Stites*, CarleneMunoz, Erni Vales, and Farley Aguilar.
Fountainhead Studios, 7338 NW Miami, Court, Little Haiti, Miami

4:30pm-7:30pm | Reception and Artist Interview with Michelle Weinberg
Artist, and Creative Director of Girls' Club, Michelle Weinberg in conversation with artist/curator/agent John DeFaro. Michelle Weinberg is a Miami Beach-based artist working in large scale murals, painting, collage, design and other media. She creates works in painting and collage, designs rugs, tiles, mosaic and paint murals, and produces art for architecture and public spaces. Her imagery inhabits a “Pretend Dimension” in which elastic perspectives, personalized geometries and fictitious architectures elaborate stage-set like narratives. Her works in all media integrate her vision of vivid backdrops for human activity.
John DeFaro Pop Up Gallery, 681 NE 72nd Terrace, Miami

5-9pm | International Friendship Exhibition Opening
A group show of 19 local artists, including: Zachary Balber, Jim Drain, Asif Farooq, Andrew Horton, Cody Hudson, Karen Starosta-Gilinski*, Jessie Laino, Beatriz Monteavaro, Andrew Nigon, O,Miami, Kenton Parker, Gavin Perry, Bayne Peterson, Magnus Sodamin, Autumn Casey*, Cole Sternberg, Alex Sweet*, Reed Van Brunschot, and Michael Vasquez. “International Friendship Exhibition” was curated by Bischof, Typoe and Cristina Gonzalez of PRIMARY. Titled in reference to Kim Jong il’s gift pavilion of the same name. The exhibition pays homage to the nature of contradiction, a concept ironically exemplified in the aforementioned kitsch and propaganda-filled pavilion in North Korea.
Primary Projects, 151 NE 7th Street, Downtown Miami

8:30-10pm | PUBLIC Opening Festivities
The Public sector of Art Basel Miami Beach offers its visitors a chance to see outdoor sculptures, interventions, and performances, sited within an open and public exhibition format at Collins Park.  In collaboration with the Bass Museum, opening festivities feature four simultaneously occurring performance art pieces from Ryan Gander, Christian Falsnaes, Alix Pearlstein, and a collaboration between Liz Glynn and Dawn Kasper titled "cosmo[il]logical."
Collins Park and the Bass Museum, 2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

Thursday, December 4

9am – 12noon | Baker’s Breakfast
The Bakehouse Art Complex presents its signature Baker’s Breakfast, an opportunity to come break bread with its 60 working resident artists before the art fairs. At the Baker’s Breakfast, artists share an international breakfast experience for visitors, inspired by the Art Deco bakery building where their studios are housed today.
Bakehouse Art Complex, 561 NW 32nd Street, Wynwood, Miami

9am-12noon | Art Basel Miami Beach Artist Studio Visits: Design District and Wynwood
Locust Projects, 3852 North Miami Avenue
Oliver Sanchez, 3940 North Miami Avenue
Magnus Sigurdarson, 2628 NW 2 Avenue
The Bakehouse Art Complex, 561 NW 32 Street
Art Basel Miami Beach Art Studio Visits

10am – 12pm | Book Signing with Beatriz Milhazes
Artist Beatriz Milhazes* will be at PAMM signing copies of the 200 page, full-color catalog Beatriz Milhazes: Jardim Botânico, which documents the first U.S. retrospective of the Brazilian artist’s work currently on view.
Perez Art Museum Miami,  1103 Biscayne Blvd, Downtown Miami

10am | Conversation: Artist Talk with Lynda Benglis
Lynda Benglis, whose innovative and vivid sculptures is provocative, and challenges the masculine sculpture status quo of the art establishment for half a century, will inaugurate this year’s Conversations series. Her work is about expression of space, color, texture and substance – materials that have been widely explored in her remarkable career. But Lynda’s art also thematizes sex, power and gender, as infamously stated with her advertisement in the Artforum November issue of 1974, which startled the 1970s artworld and provoked unpredictable responses. Today, 40 years later, how far have we (not) progressed?
Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Beach Convention Center, Hall C, Miami Beach

1pm | Performance: Cheryl Pop, Up Against
Part of a four-day video and performance project, Cheryl Pope (b. 1980, US) in Up Against, will knock down 700 water filled balloons, suspended from the ceiling, with only her head.
Auto Body & Paint Shop, 1750 Bay Road, Miami Beach

2pm | Durational Performance: The “Planet Hollywood” of Newer Genres
Curated by Liz Ferrer and Michael Anthony Farley, The “Planet Hollywood” of Newer Genres questions how certain contemporary art practices—installation, performance, relational aesthetics, social sculpture et al.— fit in to our dominant culture of object display.
Zones Art Fair, 8325 NE 2nd Ave, Little Haiti, Miami

3pm | Salon: Artist Talk | Materials for Immateriality
Marina Abramovic, Artist, New York; Patrizia Moroso, Creative Director of Italian design brand Moroso, Udine; Patricia Urquiola, Designer, Milan. Moderator: Sam Keller, Director of Fondation Beyeler, Basel
Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Beach Convention Center, Hall C, Miami Beach

5pm | Performance: Ana Mendez, Liminal Being
Ana Mendez performance reoccurs Thursday – Sunday, at 5pm each day.  A four-day video and performance project, featuring works by 33 international female artists, with a focus on Miami-based artists. The time-based project will include a dynamic installation of 25 videos and a daily performance program, staged at the defunct, 7,500 square-foot Giant Motors: Auto Body & Paint Shop.
Auto Body & Paint Shop, 1750 Bay Road, Miami Beach

Friday, December 5th

9am-12noon | Art Basel Miami Beach Artist Studio Visits
Downtown Art House, 100 NE 11 Street
BFI, Naomi Fisher*, Turn-based Press, Kathleen Hudspeth and T. Wheeler Castillo, 100 NE 11 Street
Mira Lehr, 100 NE 11 Street
Christopher Carter, 1455 North Miami Avenue
Antonia Wright and Ruben Millares, 19 NW South River Drive
Art Basel Miami Beach Art Studio Visits

10am | Panel Discussion: The Important of Women Artists in Today’s Market
Panelists include Jorge Daniel Veneciano of El Museo del Barrio, Elizabeth Smith of the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, Alice Gray Stites of 21c Museum Hotels, Francie Bishop Good of Girls’ Club and Karen Jenkins-Johnson of Jenkins Johnson Gallery.
Miami Project Fair, NE 1st Avenue and NE 34th Street, Midtown, Miami

11am – 2pm | Open Studios: Artists in Residence at Cannonball
Current Residents: The Institute for Feeling, Antena, Gina Fairley, Joseriberto Perez, Felecia Carlisle
Cannonball, 1035 N. Miami Avenue, Downtown Miami

12noon | Conversation: Women in Art
Hosted by Bonnie Clearwater, Director and Chief Curator of the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale in discussion with visual artist Jennifer Dalton, represented by Winkleman Gallery.
Pulse Art Fair, 4601 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

1pm | Performance: Paloma Izquierdo, Bustin’ Ma Balls
A four-day video and performance project, featuring works by 33 international female artists, with a focus on Miami-based artists. The time-based project will include a dynamic installation of 25 videos and a daily performance program, staged at the defunct, 7,500 square-foot Giant Motors: Auto Body & Paint Shop.
Auto Body & Paint Shop, 1750 Bay Road, Miami Beach

2pm | Salon: Artist Talk | Playfulness: Artists as Online Gamers, Surfers and Armchair Digital Revolutionairies
David Gryn, Curator of Art Basel’s Film sector and Founder of Artprojx, London; Tabor Robak, Artist, Brooklyn; Rachel Rose, Artist, New York. Moderator: Chrissie Iles, Curator at the Whitney Museum, New York
Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Beach Convention Center, Hall C, Miami Beach

6pm | Discussion: Art Basel’s Crowdfunding Initiative: FocusProjects
Chana Budgazad Sheldon, Executive Director at Locust Projects, Miami; Mary Ceruti, Executive Director and Chief Curator at SculptureCenter, New York; Aaron Cezar, Director of Delfina Foundation, London; Stephanie Pereira, International Partnerships, Lead at Kickstarter, New York; Glenn Phillips, Acting Head of the Department of Architecture and Contemporary Art at Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles; Mari Spirito, Founding Director, Protocinema, Istanbul/New York. Moderator: András Szántó, Author and Cultural Consultant, New York
Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Beach Convention Center, Hall C, Miami Beach

6-9pm | Opening: Books Fuel Ideas
BFI presents Books Fuel Ideas: Lizzi Bougatsos, Eve Fowler and Sam Gordon. Curated by Katerina Llanes and Amanda Keeley. In collaboration with Exile Books.
Bas Fisher Invitational (BFI), 100 NE 11 Street, Downtown Miami

Saturday, December 6th

9am-1pm | Artist & Curator Brunch at Girls’ Club
Tour the current exhibition The Moment. The Backdrop. The Persona. with special artists and curators from the exhibition. Brunch snacks and coffee from Colada Cuban Coffee House & Eatery.
Girls’ Club, 117 NE 2 Street, Fort Lauderdale

9am – 12noon | Art Basel Miami Beach Artist Studio Visits
Robert Chambers and Mette Tommerup, 3697 Avocado Avenue, Coconut Grove
Lynne Golob Gelfman*, 9401 Kenwood Court, Coral Gables
Maria Martinez-Canas, 2011 SW 10 Street, Little Havana, Miami
Jenny Brillhart, Moira Holohan, Marcos Valella*, 7111 North Miami Avenue, Suite A, Little Haiti, Miami
Bhakti Baxter, Johnny Robles, Tara Long, Michael Vasquez, Timothy Buwalda and Sarah Moody, 7111 North Miami Avenue, Suite A, Little Haiti, Miami
Carol K. Brown*, Robert Thiele, Kristen Thiele, Lou Anne Colodny*, Stephan Tugral* and Luisa Basanuevo*, 12525 NE 13 Avenue, North Miami
Odalis Valdivieso*, 5800 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
Agustina Woodgate, 300 NW 73 Street, Unit 8, Miami
Art Basel Miami Beach Art Studio Visits

12noon – 3pm | “Can I read you a poem?”
Poetry reading by Ana Božievi and Sophia Le Fraga, Organized by Sam Gordon. The title “Can I read you a poem?” is a question Gordon’s husband Ed Spade asks of him often, and serves here as a point of entry, yes or no? Reflecting on the different ways Eve Fowler’s Gertrude Stein Colby Posters function, artists look to engage language, especially the capability of words to inspire contemplation in environments which might not be calibrated to it.
Fruit Cart, Untitled Art Fair, Ocean Drive and 12 Street, Miami Beach

10am | Conversation: Shifting Boundaries: Art Initiatives in an Expanding Globe
Speakers: Ella Fontanals-Cisneros, founder and president of CIFO, Miami; Pablo León de la Barra¸ Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator, Latin America, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, London; further participants to be announced. Moderator: Abaseh Mirvali, Independent Contemporary Art & Architecture Project Producer and Curator, Berlin/Mexico City
Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Beach Convention Center, Hall C, Miami Beach

1pm | Performance: Micol Hebron, Part I. Roll Call
A four-day video and performance project, Micol Hebron (b. 1972, US) will perform Roll Call, a reference to Carolee Schneemann’s Interior Scroll, unraveling gender inequalities within the systems of the art world.
Auto Body & Paint Shop, 1750 Bay Road, Miami Beach

1pm | Discussion: The State of Printed Magazines in the Digital Era
Stefano Cernuschi, Head of Publications at Mousse Publishing, Milan; Andrew McClintock, Publisher, Editor in Chief and Co-Founder of SFAQ, San Francisco. Moderator: Sarah Douglas, Editor in Chief of ARTnews.
Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Beach Convention Center, Hall C, Miami Beach

3pm | Book Talk: ‘33 Artists in 3 Acts’ by Sarah Thornton
Massimiliano Gioni, Artistic Director at New Museum, New York; Sarah Thornton, Writer and Sociologist of Art, London. Moderator: András Szántó, Author and Cultural Consultant, New York
Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Beach Convention Center, Hall C, Miami Beach

5pm to 6pm | Artist Talk | Media Death
Dora Budor, Artist, New York; Ian Cheng, Artist, New York; in conversation with Lauren Cornell, Curator, New Museum Of Contemporary Art, New York.
Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Beach Convention Center, Hall C, Miami Beach

7pm – 12midnight | RE-AL-IZED Opening Party
Re-AL-IZED is a group exhibition curated by DC-based  Schwanda Rountree features new works by Willie Cole, Bethany Collins, Renee Cox*, Allison Janae Hamilton, Jefferson Pinder and Shoshanna Weinberger*.  Realized features drawings, photography, video and paintings that tackle relevant and provocative issues of African-American ethnic identity, coming from six distinctive voices.
Carol Jazzar Contemporary, 158 NW 91 Street, El Portal, Miami

7-10pm | Studio Crawl
Studio Crawl, held every first Saturday of the month, invites visitors to wander throughout the ArtCenter’s three buildings, exchange with their over 50 resident artists in their studios and view our current exhibitions. This event is free & open to the public.
ArtCenter/South Florida | 800-810 & 924 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach

9pm | Performance: Kembra Pfahler, P.L.O.W.
A four-day video and performance project, rock musician/performance/interdisciplinary artist Kembra Pfahler (b. 1961, US), who’s known for transgressive and extremely decorative physicality, will drive in to Auto Body  and conjure a provocative performance entitled P.L.O.W. (Punk Ladies Of Wrestling). With original music by her theatrical death rock band “The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black,” Kembra and an all female backup crew will resurrect the defunct mechanics workshop with a campy pin-up car modeling performance.
Auto Body & Paint Shop, 1750 Bay Road, Miami Beach

Sunday, December 7th

10am | Conversation: Artistic Practice | The Artist as Curator
This panel provides an ongoing overview of the different artistic practices. . Liu Ding, Artist and Curator, Beijing; Rirkrit Tiravanija, Artist, New York/Berlin/Chiang Mai; Joseph Kosuth, Artist, New York; Martha Rosler, Artist, Brooklyn, New York; Martha Wilson, Artist and Founding Director of Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc., New York. Moderator: Hans Ulrich Obrist, Co-Director, Serpentine Gallery, London.
Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Beach Convention Center, Hall C, Miami Beach

1pm | Performance: Micol Hebron, Part II., Roll Call
A four-day video and performance project, Micol Hebron (b. 1972, US) will perform part II of Roll Call, a reference to Carolee Schneemann’s Interior Scroll, unraveling gender inequalities within the systems of the art world.
Auto Body & Paint Shop, 1750 Bay Road, Miami Beach

1pm | Discussion: The Caribbean Artspace – maintaining curatorial integrity under socio-economic pressure
Amanda Coulson, Director of the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas, The Bahamas; Veerle Poupeye, Executive Director of the National Gallery of Jamaica, Kingston. Moderator: Rachael Barrett, Founder Director Three Sixty Degrees, Kingston/New York.
Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Beach Convention Center, Hall C, Miami Beach

4pm | Art Chat: A Conversation with Tania Bruguera
Unscripted: A Bal Harbour Creative Project presents a conversation between Pablo León de la Barra, Guggenheim UBS Map Curator of Latin Art at Guggenheim Museum in New York and Tania Bruguera, Cuba’s most renowned contemporary installation and performance artist.
St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, 9703 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbour, FL

9pm | Performance: Naama Tsabar, Untitled (Babies)
A four-day video and performance project, Untitled (Babies), Naama Tsabar (b. 1982, Israel) will command the stage with an all female band. The performance eventually becomes a scene of assault, imitating a hackneyed male rock ‘n’ roll gesture, staged at the defunct, 7,500 square-foot Giant Motors: Auto Body & Paint Shop.
Auto Body & Paint Shop, 1750 Bay Road, Miami Beach

The Fairs

a selection of artists, galleries and projects involving contemporary female artists, writers, curators or designers at the fairs.


 

Art Basel Miami Beach

Miami Beach Convention Center, Entrances on Convention Center Drive and Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
$42 one-day ticket

Aside from the more than 200 galleries showing Modern and Contemporary art from around the globe, Art Basel Miami Beach presents an interesting program of curated and alternative platforms for exhibition including:

Nova: galleries representing two to three of their artists with new works


Bureau | Erica Baum, Jaya Howey
Silvia Cintra + Box 4 | Cristina Canale, Pedro Motta, Maria Klabin
Instituto de visión | Tania Candiani
Ignacio Liprandi Arte Contemporáneo | Adriana Bustos, Magdalena Jitrik
MOT International | Laure Prouvost
Parra & Romero | Lara Almarcegui, Luis Camnitzer, Oriol Vilanova
Peres Projects | Dorothy Iannone, Mike Bouchet
Travesía Cuatro | Sarah Crowner, Milena Muzquiz
Wallspace | David Korty and Nancy Lupo

Kabinett: curated exhibitions including thematic group exhibitions, art-historical showcases and solo shows for rising stars


Ruth Benzacar Galería de Arte | Liliana Porter
Valerie Carberry Gallery | Judith Rothschild
Kavi Gupta Chicago/Berlin | Mickalene Thomas*
kaufmann repetto | Dianna Molzan
Lehmann Maupin | Teresita Fernandez*
Galerie Lelong | Etel Adnan
Jorge Mara – La Ruche | Amalia Nieto
Galerie Jocelyn Wolff | Miriam Cahn

Positions: single major projects from one of artist


Dan Gunn | Tracey Rose
Freedman Fitzpatrick | Lucie Stahl
Galeria Marilia Razuk | Maria Laet
SpazioA | Esther Kläs

Public: outdoor sculptures, interventions, and performances at Collins Park.


Galería Marta Cervera | Nuria Fuster
Cheim & Read | Lynda Benglis
Gagosian Gallery | Nancy Rubins, Tatiana Trouvé
Mitchell-Innes & Nash | Jessica Stockholder*, Sarah Braman
Johann König |Jessica Jackson Hutchins
Galerie Nordenhake | Gunilla Klingberg
Galeria Marilia Razuk | Ana Luiza Dias Batista


PULSE Art Fair

Indian Beach Park, 4601 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
$20 general admission

Dedicated solely to contemporary art, Pulse brings together exciting projects from galleries, non-profit spaces and artists, with special projects, public installations and programming. This year marks the fairs first year on the beach, and in their new location at Indian Beach Park.

Pulse Projects:
audience-engaging large-scale sculptures, installations and performances

Jasmina Cibic | Fruits of Our Land, 2014
Shantell Martin | YOU ARE YOU, 2014
Tamara Gayer | All the World’s Affair, 2014
Zoe Buckman | PRESENT LIFE, 2012-2013
Jenna Spevack | Bird’s of Brooklyn, 2013

More information at www.pulse-art.com


NADA Art Fair

Deauville Beach Resort, 6701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
free admission

The only non-profit fair coming to town this week, NADA provides a unique offering of new and underexposed art from galleries, publications, non-profit spaces and artists.

 


Scope Art Fair

910 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
$30 general admission, $20 student

One the more broader-scoped fairs is Scope Miami, bringing together multiple creative industries, including fashion, film, music and performance on Miami Beach.

More info at www.scope-art.com/shows/miami-beach-2014

 


Aqua Art Fair

Aqua Hotel, 1530 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
$15 general admission, $10 student

A unique approach to art fair exhibitions, Aqua showcases its young dealers and galleries in hotel rooms at the two-story Aqua Hotel in South Beach with sculptures and special projects in the hotel's central courtyard.

More info at www.aquaartmiami.com

 


Art Miami

3101 NE 1 Avenue, Midtown Miami/Wynwood
$35 one-day pass, $15 students

A pavilion fair with ever expanding breadth, Art Miami focuses on modern and contemporary art from a bevy of international dealers and galleries. Art Miami Context, a fair with in a fair, brings a curated group of 50 galleries to present cutting edge work by emerging and mid-career artists.

More info at www.art-miami.com

 


UNTITLED

Beachside, 12 Street and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
$25 admission, $15 for students, seniors and Miami Beach residents

One of the first fairs to tackle the beach head on, UNTITLED has set up a beachside pavilion to house contemporary works by international artists. A program of talks and performances round out the fair's presence.

 


Miami Project

NE 1st Ave & NE 29th St, Midtown Miami
$25 admission

Miami Project is a contemporary and modern art fair that will be showcasing 65 contemporary and modern art galleries in its Midtown pavilion.  Continuing its support of contemporary female artists, this year's programming includes a day of talks, speeches and tours focusing on the state of women in the arts Friday, December 5.


SELECT Art Fair

7200-7300 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 33141
$15 admission

Also located on the beach, SELECT Art Fair began two years ago and focuses on international galleries that present the works of emerging to midcareer artists. SELECT encourages our exhibiting galleries to alter the booth to appeal to the sensibilities of the work being shown.

 

 

 


Museums & Exhibitions


Auto Body
A four-day video and performance project, featuring works by 33 international female artists, with a focus on Miami-based artists. The time-based project will include a dynamic installation of 25 videos and a daily performance program, staged at the defunct, 7,500 square-foot Giant Motors: Auto Body & Paint Shop.
ABMB Hours: 11am-6pm
Auto Body & Paint Shop, 1750 Bay Road, Miami Beach

Art and Culture Center of Hollywood | Multiple exhibitions:
Dave Muller: Rock 'n' Old
Bhakti Baxter: Returning What Was Borrowed
Annie Buckley: The People’s Tarot
yardbird records pop-up record store installation curated by Michael Dean
ABMB hours: Tuesday - Friday, 10 am – 5 pm, Saturday - Sunday, Noon – 4 pm. Closed Mondays.
Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, 1650 Harrison Street, Hollywood

Art Center South Florida | 30 Years on the Road
ArtCenter/South Florida is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year with a retrospective exhibition, Thirty Years on the Road, curated by Edouard Duval-Carrié. Artists include Girls' Club collection artists Rosemarie Chiarlone*, Tracey Hagen*, Gustavo Roman*, Carolyn Swiszcz*, Harumi Abe*, Ramon Bofill*, Susan Lee-Chun*, Beatriz Monteavaro*, Sara Stites*, Eugenia Vargas*, Michelle Weinberg*, Wendy Wischer*, Marina Font*, Pepe Mar*, Jorge Pantoja*, Kerry Phillips*, David Rohn*, Jen Stark*, TM Sisters*, Antonia Wright, Julie Davidow*, Vickie Pierre*, Alex Trimino* and others.
Art Center South Florida, 800 / 810 / 924 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach

De la Cruz Collection | Beneath the Surface
Curated from the collection of Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz, the exhibition features works by artists that focus on patterns and the laying bare of processes. Each artist explores distinct notions of production methods. Through their experimentation with process, these artists are defining contemporary culture as they see it. Artists include Hernan Bas*, Mark Bradford, Jim Drain, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Wade Guyton, Guyton Walker, Arturo Herrera*, Ana Mendieta*, Gabriel Orozco, Cristina Lei Rodriguez*, Sterling Ruby, Dana Schutz*, Reena Spaulings, Kelley Walker and others.
De la Cruz Collection, 23 NE 41 Street, Design District, Miami

Diana Lowenstein Gallery | 25 Years of Art Discourse from Buenos Aires to Miami
More than fifty artists from Buenos Aires to Miami featured in this exhibition curated by Ombretta Agró Andruff. Four local artists from the gallery present solo projects installed in shipping containers in the front entrance way include Felice Grodin*, Alex Tremino* and others.
2043 North Miami Avenu, Wynwood Miami

Girls' Club Collection | The Moment. The Backdrop. The Persona.
Focusing on narrative and story-based art from the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz. As an examination of the uses of narrative in contemporary art by women, the exhibition featured works in drawing, painting, video and new media reveal the continued power of storytelling in art today, and the myriad forms it takes. Artists include Nina Chanel Abney*, Ida Applebroog*, Sanford Biggers*, Leah Brown*, Delia Brown*, Sophie Calle*, Amy Cutler*, Melanie Daniel*, Scott Daniel Ellison*, LaToya Ruby Frazier*, Anna Gaskell*, Kate Gilmore*, Aramis Gutierrez*, Mona Hatoum*, Natalya Laskis*, Jillian Mayer*, Christina Pettersson*, Faith Ringgold*, Lisa Sanditz*, Carolyn Swiszcz*, Alison Elizabeth Taylor*, Su-en Wong*, Katharina Wulff* and others.
ABMB hours: Wednesday - Friday, 9am-5pm, Saturday - Sunday, 9am-1pm
Girls' Club, 117 NE 2 Street, Fort Lauderdale

Jewish Museum of Florida | The Chosen: Selected works from Florida Jewish Art Collectors
Work from twenty-two collectors with strong ties to South Florida on view in this Bernice Steinbaum-curated exhibition.
ABMB hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 10am-5pm
Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU, 301 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach

Margulies Collection at the Warehouse | Multiple Exhibitions:
Brancusi: The Photographs
India’s Elephants: Annette Bonnier
Margulies Collection at the Warehouse, 591 NW 27 Street, Wynwood, Miami

Perez Art Museum Miami  | Beatriz Milhazes
ABMB hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 10 am – 6 pm*, Thursday evening 6-9pm. (Thursday closing to the public at 4pm; Saturday closing to the public at 3pm). Closed Mondays.
Pérez Art Miami Miami, 1103 Biscayne Blvd, Downtown Miami

Rubell Family Collection | To Have and to Hold
First Floor, commissioned solo exhibits from: Will Boone, Aaron Curry, Lucy Dodd, Mark Flood, David Ostrowski, and Kaari Upson. Second Floor, ‘To Have and to Hold,’ celebrating the Rubells’ history of collecting art.
Rubell Familly Collection, 29 Street, Midtown/Wynwood Miami

Wolfsonian Museum, FIU | Intricate Pattern Overlay by Michelle Weinberg
Intricate Pattern Overlay, a public mural on the Wolfsonian's exteriorby Miami-based artist Michelle Weinberg*, is a gray-and-pink patterned design inspired by the dazzle camouflage paint treatments developed for American and British warships during the First World War.
1001 Washington Avenue, South Beach, Miami Beach

 


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