Museums and Exhibitions

Breakfast in the Park: Alfredo Jaar at Frost Art Museum

Join us in celebrating the 17th annual Breakfast in the Park. Each year since 2004, as an official event during Art Basel Miami Beach, the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum has welcomed visitors to enjoy a complimentary breakfast, a lecture by a noted artist, and guided tours of the museum’s exhibitions and Sculpture Park. This year our guest speaker is noted artist, architect, and filmmaker, Alfredo Jaar. He has participated in the Biennales of Venice (1986, 2007, 2009, 2013), Sao Paulo (1987, 1989, 2010, 2021) as well as Documenta (1987, 2002). Jaar has realized more than seventy public interventions around the world. Over sixty monographic publications have been published about his work. He became a Guggenheim Fellow in 1985 and a MacArthur Fellow in 2000. He received Chile's National Prize in 2013, the Hiroshima Art Prize in 2018, and the Hasselblad Award in 2020. His work can be found in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art and Guggenheim Museum, New York; Art Institute of Chicago and Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; MOCA and LACMA, Los Angeles; MASP, Museu de Arte de São Paulo; TATE, London; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Centro Reina Sofia, Madrid; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; MAXXI and MACRO, Rome; Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlaebeck; Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art and Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Japan; M+, Hong Kong; and dozens of institutions and private collections worldwide. Space is limited to attend the lecture in person. Please RSVP using the form below. Seating for the lecture will be on a first come first serve basis. Follow along on Zoom or Facebook Live @frostartmuseum. We highly recommend wearing masks and staying 6ft apart while inside the museum. Masks will be available upon request. Alfredo Jaar, A Logo for America, 1987/2014, Public intervention, Digital animation commissioned by The Public Art Fund for Spectacolor sign, Times Square, New York, April 1987, Courtesy Times Square Alliance, New York and the artist, New York

Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) at MDC

Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) at Miami Dade College (MDC) presents three one-person exhibitions for the Fall 2021 season. Exhibitions by the Icelandic artist Hreinn Fridfinnsson, Cuban American Jorge Pardo, and Miami-based Venezuelan American Loriel Beltrán offer viewers comprehensive looks at the practices of three of the most compelling artists—both local and international—working today. The exhibitions will be on view from Nov. 6, 2021, through May 1, 2022.
 
Age Appropriateness All ages
 


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Midbar Installation

Midbar is an audio-visual interactive art installation that includes augmented reality and other fun, immersive technologies. In Midbar, the audience will experience a 15-minute interactive adventure about immigration and relocation. The narrator guides visitors through the installation from an exciting desert in Israel to Miami Beach and all that using immersive projections and sounds. Rachel Joy Weiss is a renowned multidisciplinary artist. For this installation, she was inspired by her own relocation to the United States as well as the verses by a medieval Spanish Jewish poet Judah (Yehuda) Halevi, who wrote: “My heart is in the East, but I am in the West.”

Curator Tours at Frost Art Museum FIU

August 17 - Join Chief Curator, Amy Galpin and artist Dinizulu Gene Tinnie on a tour of the exhibition Place and Purpose: Art Transformation in Coconut Grove. This exhibition celebrates the role of a community as a creative space as well as a key driver behind a young city’s evolution. Coconut Grove established itself in the 1960’s as the local haven for a diverse group of artists, writers, musicians, and art galleries. This event is free and open to the public. No need to register, just drop in. October 19 - Join Chief Curator, Amy Galpin on a tour of our current exhibition Leonardo Drew: Cycles, From the Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation. Leonardo Drew’s prints, at once powerfully large yet fragile, test the versatility of the medium, transforming cotton paper pulp and pigment into what suggests densely populated cities, a forest, or an urban wasteland. This event is free and open to the public. No need to register, just drop in.

Frost Art Museum

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum's mission is to provide transformative experiences through art; collect, exhibit, and interpret art across cultures; and advance FIU’s stature as a top tier research university.

Rubell Museum

The Rubell Museum represents a new kind of institution serving as an advocate for a diverse mix of contemporary artists and resource for both the public and art world to engage in a dialogue with them.

Environmental Cues: The New Form of Communication Presented by A Reflection of Me

Art is Life Community, are you ready for yet another phenomenal event by A Reflection of me Inc.; Environmental Cues: The New Form of Communication. Our current circumstances are not our permanent state. We are always becoming! Come experience Environmental Cues: The New Form of Communication on Saturday April 17, 2021, a relaxing and entertaining, in person, event at the Little Haiti Cultural Center with a deep message of understanding environmental cues of our time. On opening day, Saturday, April 17th, come partake in the arts, music, and conversation. You can also stop by from Sunday, April 18th to Friday, April 23rd 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm to experience the exhibition. Multimedia artist Isaie ZEEK Mathias showcases a series of photographic images of the social distancing signs and of the feet who trek on them. His images are simple yet powerful.

Coral Gables Museum

The Coral Gables Museum fosters an appreciation for the Civic Arts in Coral Gables. It explores and celebrates the history, vision, urban and environmental design, and cultural landscape of the City Beautiful within a broad audience that goes from children, families, and community members to national and international visitors.

The museum optimizes its mission by cultivating effective partnerships and providing programming that includes exhibitions, educational programs, lectures, tours, publications and special events.

HistoryMiami Museum

The health and safety of our staff is a top priority. You’ll notice some important changes to our hours, health and safety measures, and a time-entry ticket requirement. HistoryMiami Museum will be opening on October 15 to Members and October 16 to the general public. 

Admission will be complimentary through December 31, but please reserve your free ticket for your two hour time block.

 

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