1101 Biscayne Blvd.,
Miami, FL 33132
Discover an exhibition with bite this fall. Sharks, opening Saturday, October 14, invites you into a world dominated by members of the shark family to explore their genetic diversity, territories, interactions, and significance to ocean ecosystems.
This bilingual exhibition (English and Spanish) features life-sized models, immersive experiences, artifacts, and more.
Sharks is an exhibition created by the Australian Museum and toured by Evergreen Exhibitions.
Art at the Library: Double Trouble -A Unique Collaboration of Art and Poetry
Explore the captivating artistic exhibition Double Trouble – a portfolio of drawings created by visual artist Michelle Weinberg and poet Denise Duhamel.
Don't miss this collaboration that highlights a new literary art form where drawings and words intertwine.
On View November 1, 2023 – February 1, 2024
Hispanic Branch Library
The Bass Museum of Art
2100 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Visit The Bass during Art Basel: Miami Beach from Sunday December 3 through Sunday December 10 and be inspired by international contemporary art, enriching artist talks, special guided tours and fabulous parties.
Enjoy extended museum hours as The Bass opens daily from 10 AM to 6 PM starting Sunday December 3. The Bass Highlights public tours take place daily at 2 PM and are included in the price of museum admission.
Experience Hernan Bas: The Conceptualists, Ann Duk Hee Jordan: I will always weather with you, Nam June Paik: The Miami Years and more. Be sure to RSVP to Curator Culture on Wednesday December 6 for stimulating conversations with leading figures in contemporary art.
Art at the Library: Pandemics: Illustrations of a Survivor by Edwin Villasmil
Experience the impacts of pandemics on humanity through the perspective of Venezuelan-American artist Edwin Villasmil.
This exhibition invites you to view worldwide illness through a unique lens that connects visual arts to literature.
On View Through December 14, 2023, Westchester Regional Library
Order Up! The Pop Art of John Miller
Lowe Art Museum
1301 Stanford Dr, Miami, FL 33146
On view Oct. 24, 2023 - Jan 14, 2024
This solo exhibition includes thirty-five pieces of John Miller’s oversized glass sculptures of food, drinks, and condiments, contextualized by 1950s diner fixtures and fittings.
There’s a jukebox, lights, and favorite foods- hamburgers with mayo, a slice of American cheese leafy lettuce, juicy tomato on a sesame bun; curly and crinkle fries, plump hot dogs slathered in mustard, glasses of coke filled to the brim with ice cubes and equipped with a straw, among many other iconic Diner items- all very lifelike, except they are oversize, and rendered in glass.
Art at the Library: Graffiti: Selected Photographs by David Spitzer
August 4 - December 29 Shenandoah Branch Library 2111 Southwest 19th Street Miami, FL 33145
Discover the captivating world of graffiti through the lens of David Spitzer in this thought-provoking photography exhibition.
Through his work, you'll experience the collaborative spirit and raw expression found on walls adorned with a diverse tapestry of graffiti from around the world.
Frost Art Museum
10975 SW 17th Street
Miami, FL. 33199
Friday, September 2, 2022 — Ongoing
Artists Juan Travieso and Katerina Santos work together as a mural collective. In this site-specific mural, created for the Frost Art Museum, the artists address environmental changes that have affected Florida’s natural environment and honor one of Florida’s most endangered species, the panther.
7900 SW 40 St, Miami, FL 33155
The Westchester Cultural Arts Center, located at Tropical Park on Bird Road, is a 200-seat state of the art black box theatre and a lobby art gallery space available for rental.
The facility will provide cultural programming and instruction focusing on Hispanic arts and culture in the following main spaces:
Studio Theater (200 seats) - a flexible space designed to accommodate a wide range of performing arts and community activities, along with the Lobby Space - serving also as an art gallery for rotating exhibitions.
Always Live Online
The South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center (SMDCAC) launched a Miami-based project for local artists to showcase their talents. The project, titled SMDCAC Sessions, supports local artists in Miami financially, emotionally, and creatively during this difficult time.
This virtual cabaret is an opportunity for the selected artists to showcase their talents and promote themselves to a larger audience
The Bass Museum
On Long Term View
Objects, like living beings, evolve and change over time. The Willfulness of Objects exhibition at The Bass presents works by artists who use found, altered, recycled or transformed everyday objects in a range of media, scales and formats to explore diverse social issues.
Florida International University
University FIU’s Avenue of the Arts, where the Frost Art Museum sits, remains the focal point of the University’s public art program.
FIU’s Avenue of the Arts, where the Frost Art Museum sits, remains the focal point of the University’s public art program.
The landscaped green open space features sculptures by Alexander Liberman, Manuel Mendive, Pablo Atchugarry, and John Henry.
Frost Art Museum FIU
10975 SW 17th Street Miami, FL. 33199 Phone: 305-348-2890
Enjoy the sunshine and take in the beauty of Miami Beach by experiencing Art Outside!
With works ranging from monumental sculpture, neon, to sound and video, and participatory artworks, Art Outside is a public art exhibition initiated by The Bass that offers residents and visitors the opportunity to see and experience a network of public artworks throughout Miami Beach.
7275 NE 4th Ave. #101
Miami, FL 33138
Dot Fiftyone is a Miami based gallery with a focus on contemporary Latin American art. Founded in 2003 by Alfredo Guzman and Isaac Perelman, the gallery is dedicated to exhibiting emerging and established artist whose works encourage dynamic ideas and discourses.
OPEN TUESDAY – SATURDAY 11:30 am | 7:00 pm
+1 305 573 9994
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