Antenna is a performative and interactive installation constructed primarily to solicit auditory participation created by the collective FeCuOp. With this installation FeCuOp seeks to create a social experiment with communication as its foundation. During the run of the exhibition FeCuOp will stage a series of activations throughout the run of the exhibition inviting conversations on communication and collaboration. This is FeCuOp's first solo exhibition since 2003

Opening Reception

Saturday, September 14, 7 - 9pm

Locust Projects

3852 North Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33127




Dimensions Variable | 10—A Decade

10—A Decade



Dimensions Variable

101 NW 79TH STREET, MIAMI, FL 33150



Swampspace presents Everglades Survey by photographer Logan Fazion.
Best known for her candid images of beachgoers and resort town enthusiasts, Logan’s work also includes depictions of nature as captured by analog film photography. By applying various forms physical manipulation of traditional media, Fazio renders sublime dreamlike vignettes of a precious natural splendor that is the Everglades. In these photographs nature reigns supreme with her mystifying allure of forbidden pleasure and daunting peril hidden in plein air. Logan’s Everglades Survey clearly captures the irresistible and irrepressible tug and push of nature’s calling.

Opening Reception: Saturday September 14 7-11pm
On view through: September 28, 2019



3940 North Miami Avenue Miami, FL 33127

Spinello Projects | ​"Alone, Together" by Jared McGriff

Debut solo show, Alone, Together, by Miami-based artist Jared McGriff. McGriff uses imagined portraiture and landscape to explore the relationships between people and their environment. A suite of over twenty paintings on paper and canvas seek to generate questions and conversation about how we perceive intimacy and familiarity. McGriff’s gestural use of multiple paint mediums composes portraits based on memories, set in blank spaces, creating narratives in the viewer’s imagination.


The exhibition runs through October 31st, 2019

Reception: Friday, September 13, 2019. 6 PM – 10 PM

Spinello Projects
Gesamtkunstwerk Building
2930 NW 7th Avenue
Miami, FL 33127


Nina Johnson  |  Emmett Moore: Danica Sunbeam

Danica Sunbeam, an exhibition of new work by Emmett Moore, opening in the main gallery with a public reception on September 6th (7-9pm), and remaining on view until September 28th. For this exhibition, Moore presents a series of functional sculpture and design objects primarily made of T-shirt fabric. With his singular approach to materials and process, Moore has created a thrilling, unexpected body of work that responds both to Constructivist and Modernist design sensibilities, as well as the global flow of commodities.

Public Reception on September 6th. 7 - 9pm

September 6th - September 28th, 2019

Nina Johnson

6315 NW 2nd Ave Miami, Florida 33150


Tile Blush | Brian Rideout

Brian Rideout makes pictures about pictures. His work investigates contemporary images, sourced from print and online, for their art historical relevance, as a continuation of the history of painting and image production. Rideout's works comprise a narrative of art, architecture, and object following an undulating cycle of definition, utility, and design, softly dramatizing the multiple registers that art has come to occupy and employ over time as a material thing wholly existing in the world. He is interested in art as document, as decoration, as ideological accessory, as technological or functional support.

September 2019

Tile Blush

8375 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33138



Grouping works of art from various periods, Campo Abierto (Open Field) explores the formal, social and environmental aspects of landscape that have been present, yet rarely examined, throughout Sheila Hicks’ expansive career. Prompting contemplations on collaboration, dialogue and discussion, the exhibition is rooted in the reconfiguration of Escalade Beyond Chromatic Lands (2016-2017), the artist’s vast installation produced for the Arsenale at the Venice Biennale in 2017. The exhibition brings together several large-format installations, as well as more intimately-scaled works, that utilize and transform the architecture of The Bass’ upstairs galleries. The selection of works in Campo Abierto (Open Field) foreground the museum’s context in South Florida, a multilingual locus traversed by complex immigration waves and patterns, alongside environmental concerns.

APR 13 - SEP 29, 2019


The Bass Museum of Art

2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139


Rubell Family Collection | PURVIS YOUNG and NEW ACQUISITIONS

​Purvis Young is a large-scale exhibition, encompassing the foundation's entire first floor, featuring over 100 paintings from this artist who spent the entirety of his life (1943—2010) working in Miami. Numerous universal themes within his paintings will be highlighted and presented in depth. A comprehensive catalog with an interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist and writings by Rashid Johnson, Gean Moreno, Franklin Sirmans, César Trasobares, and Barbara N. Young, will accompany the exhibition.

New Acquisitions presents paintings and sculptures acquired within the last two years. Each of the 20 artists will be represented by multiple works in their own room. The exhibition will include new large-scale paintings created by Jonathan Lyndon Chase during his 2018 off-site residency. Other artists includes Janiva Ellis, Tomm El-Saieh, Martha Jungwirth, Rudolf Polanszky and Tschabalala Self.

December 3, 2018 – June 29, 2019


Rubell Family Collection
95 NW 29 ST, Miami, FL 33127


Girls’ Club | Boss Lady

Works of contemporary art by women from the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz are on view in Girls' Club's new warehouse location in Fort Lauderdale. Selections by made its "boss ladies" - Founder Francie Bishop Good and Directors Michelle Weinberg and Sarah Michelle Rupert - demonstrate the fluid exchange between studio and collection when female artists run the show. Works by Delia Brown, Pepe Mar, Elizabeth Murray, Lesley Saar, Mickalene Thomas and more.


Art and Culture Center/Hollywood

1650 Harrison Street Hollywood, FL 33020


Vizcaya Museum and Gardens | Overload

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens presents Overload, a new Contemporary Arts Program (CAP) exhibition on view December 6, 2017 through April 6, 2018. Five arts have been commissioned to explore the activation of the senses in this immersive exhibition created for the estate. Artist include Katherine Behar (NY, NY), David Brooks (NY, NY), Orlando Jacinto Garcia (Miami, FL), Arnout Meijer (Amsterdam, NL) and Tanja Smeets (Utrecht, NL). The artists’ work emphasizes engagement and considers how the activation of the senses can alter the experience of a space.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

3251 S Miami Ave, Miami, Florida 33129



Force and Form continues the de la Cruz Collection’s ongoing study of the history of the collection and its scope. In a survey of over 100 works from 48 artists, spanning over three decades, this year’s exhibition further explores contemporary visual culture, as revealed through the vision of collectors Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz.

Artists in the Exhibition

Kathryn Andrews, Tauba Auerbach, Walead Beshty, Mark Bradford, Joe Bradley, Dan Colen, Martin Creed, Aaron Curry, Salvador Dalí, Peter Doig, Isa Genzken, Félix González-Torres, Mark Grotjahn, Wade Guyton, Guyton/Walker, Rachel Harrison, Arturo Herrera, Jim Hodges, Evan Holloway, Thomas Houseago, Alex Israel, Rashid Johnson, Alex Katz, Martin Kippenberger, Michael Krebber, Wifredo Lam, Glenn Ligon, Michael Linares, Nate Lowman, Adam McEwen, Ana Mendieta, Albert Oehlen, Laura Owens, Jorge Pardo, Manfred Pernice, Sigmar Polke, Seth Price, Sterling Ruby, Analia Saban, Josh Smith, Reena Spaulings, Rudolf Stingel, Rufino Tamayo, Kelley Walker, and Christopher Wool

Admission free: Including lectures, events, and all educational programs


de la Cruz Collection

23 NE 41st St, Miami


PAMM | Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Surrounded Islands, Biscayne Bay, Greater Miami, Florida, 1980–83

 A Documentary Exhibition, an exhibition of archival materials and artworks around the renowned artists’ site-specific 1983 installation, Surrounded Islands, in Miami’s Biscayne Bay. On view from October 4, 2018 through February 17, 2019, the exhibition commemorates the 35th anniversary of Surrounded Islands—an anniversary that also coincides with the founding of PAMM’s predecessor institution, Center for Fine Arts. The history of Surrounded Islands is inseparable from PAMM’s origins, and the exhibition reinforces the idea that the museum’s evolution is inextricable from the development of Miami as both a city and an artistic hub.

Oct. 4, 2018 – Feb. 17, 2019


PAMM  |  Pérez Art Museum Miami

1103 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132


Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami

OCTOBER 18, 2018 - JANUARY 20, 2019

This comprehensive exhibition features images of Americans who have distinguished themselves in fields as diverse as business, medicine, entertainment, politics, and the arts by one of the 20th-century’s finest portrait photographers. Highlights include images of artist Georgia O’Keeffe, physician and virologist Jonas Salk, singer Marian Anderson, actress Grace Kelly, businesswoman Elizabeth Arden, architect I. M. Pei, and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt.

Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami

1301 Stanford DriveCoral Gables, Florida 33124

MOCA | AFRICOBRA: Messages to the People

AFRICOBRA – a black artist collective that defined the visual aesthetic of the Black Arts Movement of the 1960’s and 1970’s. 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the collective which came out of Chicago.

In 1968, artists Jeff Donaldson, Jae Jarrell, Wadsworth Jarrell, Barbara Jones-Hogu, and Gerald Williams founded AFRICOBRA, which stands for African Commune of Bad Relevant Artists. AFRICOBRA’s visual language is defined by the use of text, bright “Coolade” colors, dynamic, gestural markings, and raw, emotive, celebratory images of confident black figures. The vision these artists created went on to define the aesthetic of the Black Arts Movement. This historic exhibition will explore the founders’ individual careers and the artists who exhibited with them between 1968-1973 as well as how AFRICOBRA’s philosophy manifested into their works as a group. Exhibiting artists include Sherman Beck, Jeff Donaldson, Jae Jarrell, Wadsworth Jarrell, Napoleon Jones-Henderson, Barbara Jones-Hogu, Omar Lama, Carolyn Lawrence, Nelson Stevens and Gerald Williams.

General Admission: $10.00. Students & Seniors: $3.00


MOCA The Museum of Contemporary Art

770 NE 125th Street North Miami, Florida 33161


Frost Art Museum

Rafael Soriano

Cuban painter Rafael Soriano (1920–2015) was an acclaimed master of geometric abstraction and a global figure in the twentieth-century art world; his work resonated with international artists of Latin American origin like Roberto Matta, Rufino Tamayo, and Wifredo Lam.

Continental Abstraction

Continental Abstraction examines the wide spectrum of social, cultural, and artistic concerns of countries across Latin America. The exhibition includes over 40 works drawn from the collection of the Organization of American States (OAS) Art Museum of the Americas (AMA), based in Washington, DC. 

Reflections of the Americas

Reflections of the Americas features a major donation of work from the collections of Univision. This exhibition is comprised of serigraphs, paintings and mixed media works ranging from the 1990s to the 2000s.

Lewis Hine

One of the most influential social documentary photographers of the 20th century, Lewis Hine dedicated his practice to capturing images of children toiling in factories. His powerful photographs told the story of children's abuse as workers and helped influence the creation of labor laws in the United States.

Free public access


Frost Art Museum

10975 SW 17th St, Miami



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