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ICA Miami

Michel Majerus
“Progressive Aesthetics,” the first US museum survey for Michel Majerus, which explores the late artist’s prescient work by taking up his rich and varied interpretations of capitalism and cultural imperialism as they relate to art in American culture. Created at the threshold of the twenty-first century, Majerus’s works expound on themes of transformation and are characterized by a fascination with speed, openness, and transmission. The artist’s works explore his passion for technology, youth culture, and art history—all united by his obsession with the power of art and institutions.

Jiang Cheng
Jiang Cheng’s first institutional presentation features a selection of new and recent paintings that build on the artist’s exploration of the psychological force of portraiture. Preoccupied with the expressive powers of the human face, Jiang’s commanding, beautiful, and haunting works convey multiple identities and meanings, like psychological ciphers.

Hervé Télémaque
“Hervé Télémaque: 1959–1964,” which brings together over a dozen paintings from the artist’s first five years of production. Relying on an established exhibition and research practice of delving into significant periods in artists’ careers, ICA Miami takes a deep and definitive look at the earliest works in Télémaque’s oeuvre.

Nina Chanel Abney
“Big Butch Energy” features a new installation by Nina Chanel Abney, whose works in painting and sculpture use dynamic color and form to draw viewers into complex narratives. Through frequently reduced, cubistic and highly charged painterly symbols, Abney references radical traditions of graphic design and street art to communicate urgent political and cultural realities with immediacy to the largest possible audience. In these latest works, Abney explores how gender perception and performance is inspired by the legacies of social ritual and the circulation of visual culture.

Opening Night Mon, Nov 28, 2022. 6:30pm - 8:30pm. VIP Only

ICA Miami
Institute of Contemporary Art
61 NE 41st St, Miami, Florida 33137

MOCA | “Didier William: Nou Kite Tout Sa Dèyè”

Debuting on November 2, 2022, Didier William: Nou Kite Tout Sa Dèyè (through April 16, 2023) is the largest retrospective of Didier William’s career. Translated as “We’ve Left That All Behind,” the show presents an in-depth look at the North Miami-raised artist’s career and memory among the very neighborhood where he once grew up.

Museum of Contemporary Art
770 NE 125th Street. North Miami, FL 33161

PAMM | Leandro Erlich: Liminal

Since the late 1990s, Erlich (b. 1973, Buenos Aires, lives in Buenos Aires) has created a highly distinctive body of sculptures and site-specific installations in which the architectural appearance of the everyday functions as a perceptual trap, leading an unsuspecting viewer into a visual paradox that systematically defies certain laws and attributes of the material world. In Erlich’s parallel universe, stairs lead nowhere, elevators don’t stop at any destination, passive spectators become active participants, clouds take on physical characteristics, and the solidity of constructed spaces turns out to be a fleeting optical illusion.

Liminal has been conceived as a sequence of spaces that one might encounter in the course of an ordinary day: elevator, subway, classroom, hair salon, sidewalk, swimming pool, laundry room—even a window through which the neighbors’ windows can be seen. Each space is fabricated to serve as a precise simulation of the place it references, so that the encounter with Erlich’s illusion tends to occur as a surprise on the viewer’s part that such an ordinary spot should conceal such extraordinary qualities.
November 29, 2022 - September 4, 2023

PAMM  |  Pérez Art Museum Miami
1103 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132

Rubell Museum Miami

In 1965, the Rubells built one of the most significant and far-ranging collections of contemporary art in the world, now encompassing 7,200 works by more than 1,000 artists—and still growing. The collection is further distinguished by the diversity and geographic distribution of artists represented within it, and the depth of its holdings of seminal artists. In 1993, their passion became their mission with the opening of the Rubell Family Collection/Contemporary Art Foundation in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami, which pioneered a new model for sharing private collections with the public and spurred the development of the neighborhood as one of the leading art and design districts in the U.S.

Exhibition Opening Mon, Nov 28, 2022. 10am - 3:30pm
Free public access

Rubell Museum Miami
1100 NW 23 ST, Miami, FL 33127

Superblue Miami

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: Pulse Topology I Superblue and BMW i
An immersive artwork by renowned Mexican-Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

As spectacular as it is meaningful, Pulse Topology is an immersive biometric artwork consisting of 3,000 suspended light bulbs, each of which glimmers to the heartbeat of different participants. As visitors traverse a series of crests and valleys of pulsing lights at Superblue, sensors detect and record new heartbeats, which replace the oldest ones, creating a memento mori in which the trace of individual heartbeats gains poetic strength as a powerful choir of human connection.

Superblue Miami
1101 NW 23rd St, Miami, FL 33127

The Bass Museum of Art


Adrián Villar Rojas: El fin de la imaginación will include newly commissioned and recontextualized sculptural and installation works by the Argentine artist, who is known for materially rich sculptural installations depicting hybrid anthropomorphic and proto-human sculptural figures. A multi-media artist, Villar Rojas transforms spaces by creating immersive environments and experiences that exist in a state of perpetual space-time travel. Combining the future, past and an alternate version of the present, Villar Rojas invites viewers to become explorers of an unpredictable microcosmos of his design, probing existential questions relating to the temporality of humanity and the ephemeral nature of things.
NOV 27, 2022-MAY 14, 2023

The Bass Museum of Art
2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139

de la Cruz Collection

Together, at the Same Time, brings together paintings, sculptures, and site-specific installations from our private collection. Our annual exhibitions represent the collection's history and revisit works within the context of the moment.
Free public access

de la Cruz Collection
23 Northeast 41st Street Miami

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