An exhibition about movement and translating the essence of Miami’s rhythm into static works of art. Artists: Alex Anderson, Maya Beverly, Diana Eusebio, PJ Harper, Emiliana Henriquez, Alejandra Moros, John Rivas, Kelly Shami, Roscoè B. Thické III. Curated by Storm Ascher. Art Week Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Bounce Basel party: 6 – 9 p.m. Dec. 9. 924 Lincoln Road, second floor.
Rosa Naday Garmendia
Dec. 4- Feb. 18, Windows at Walgreens, 7400 Collins Ave. For public activation dates, visit the link.
Founded by William Cordova, the Biennial features 56 site-specific installations throughout South Florida, created by diverse group of visual artists, dancers, activists, and performers, including: Rose Cromwell, Patrick De Castro, Michael Loveland, Coralina Rodriguez Meyer, Phillip Karp and Carolina Cueva.
Port of Miami: All Night Long We Heard Birds Passing
Lydia Rubio’s work, a Miami-Dade County Art In Public Places Commission, is reinstalled at the Port of Miami.
DVCAI | Diaspora Vibe Virtual Art Fair
Hosted on the DVCAI website DVCAI | Diaspora Vibe, the fourth iteration of the program is an online gallery that offers affordable works by leading Miami-based and Caribbean artists and includes pieces by Rosa Naday Garmendia, Tom Virgin and Synergetic Proof.
MUD Foundation INC
This exhibition, which includes the work of AdrienneRose Giant and Ariel Baron-Robbins, showcase artists, projects, and organizations dedicated to exploring and constructing XR ecosystems as an integral part of their community engagement.
Art and Culture Center / Hollywood – South Florida Cultural Consortium
Featuring the works of the consortium award winners, including Liene Bosquê, Regina Jestrow, William Osorio, Anastasia Samoylova, Tom Scicluna, Monica Sorelle, Misael Soto, Ricardo E. Zulueta.
The CAMP Gallery “This is Not A Doll’s House”
A group exhibition of more than 40 fiber artists, including Silvana Soriano, explores gender and identity in the 21st century.
Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (Moca NoMi) Art on the Plaza: Narcissist
Chris Friday’s Narcissist is a large-scale, free-standing metal figure that appears to be captivated by its own reflection in the waters of the Museum’s fountain, seemingly oblivious to the gaze of onlookers.
Studio 235 at NSU campus
Art Basel Miami Beach
Visit artists in the following booths: Alejandra Moros at Roberts Projects Gallery; Troy Simmons at Fredric Snitzer Gallery; Anastasia Samoylova at Booth B5 Wentrup Gallery and Vickie Pierre at Fredric Snitzer Gallery
Be part of The Underwater, a community-wide, participatory public art initiative by Xavier Cortada that grabs attention through site-specific yard signs that creatively reveal Miami’s vulnerability to rising seas, spark climate conversations, and catalyze civic engagement. Dec. 4, Miami Beach Regional Library.
No Vacancy is a juried art competition that supports and celebrates mainly local artists, provokes critical discourse, and encourages the public to experience Miami Beach’s famed hotels as temporary art destinations in their own right. This year’s participating artists include Alette Simmons, Edison Peñafiel, Christina Pettersson, Gonzalo Fuenmayor, Leo Castañeda, Carola Bravo and Liene Bosquê
Save Art Space Bus stop ad
SaveArtSpace presents Patterns in Nature, a public art exhibition on bus shelter ad space in Miami Beach, including the work of Nicole Salcedo at Washington Ave & 7th St.
Untitled Art Fair
Visit artists in the following booths: Nayda Collazo-Llorens at Keijsers Koning Gallery; Jen Clay at Emerson Dorsch; Geovanna Gonzalez at PLAY, LAY, AYE: ACT 6, Leo Castañeda at Negrón Pizarro presents Embodiments x Leo Castañeda
We Are All Connected Art Project
The project by Beatricia Sagar is based on puzzle pieces from 2,200 artists from 55 countries. The public will be invited to do artwork on a puzzle piece.
1 to 6 p.m. Saturday Dec. 9
This exhibition maps the women’s art movement from the early 1970s to the present, and includes the work of VantaBlack and Rosemarie Chiarlone.
Opening reception, Monday, December 4, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Run Run Run Like The Wind:
41st Street, Miami Beach, FL
Opening Reception, Monday Dec 4, 2023 1 – 2 p.m.
Banned!: An interactive Lucy St. Project
In this curatorial project, Friday presents an interactive installation in response to the book bans across the United States. Lowe At Museum.
CINTAS Award Finalists Exhibition
A group exhibition featuring the work of the Cintas Foundation Fellowship finalists in visual arts and photography, including Fabian Pena, at the Lowe Art Museum.
A solo exhibition of Charles Humes Jr.’s drawings and paintings.
The Solomon G. Merrick Building. Center for Global Black Studies Gallery
This exhibition gathers a selection of recent work by Marielle Plaisir, who creates intense visual experiences that explore her French-Caribbean heritage against the backdrop of Postcolonialism. Coral Gables Museum.
Visit artists at the following booths: Kathy Kissik, The Robert Fontaine Gallery; Felice Grodin, Diana Lowenstein
Colonial Florida Cultural Heritage Center
View Coralina Rodriguez Meyer’s Linea Negra photos from the Mama Spa Botanica series
NADA Art Fair
Visit artists at the following booths: Terrel Villiers: Dale Zine; Paloma Izquierdo: HESSE FLATOW; Alejandra Moros Harkawik
MAKING MIAMI: The Story of an Art Community
This exhibition tells the story of the artists who lived and worked in Miami between 1996 – 2012 and features Amanda Keeley and the TM Sisters
PRIZM Art Fair
Featuring work by Coralina Rodriguez Meyer
You Are Here features the work of Joyce Billet, Liene Bosquê, Karla Kantorovich, T. Eliott Mansa, Francisco Masó, Charo Oquet, Fabian Peña, Vickie Pierre, Leyden Rodriguez-Casanova, Onajide Shabaka, Marisa Telleria, Frances Trombly, Antonia Wright & Ruben Millares and more.
Extra Virgin Press
Tom Virgin, Open Studio
Green Space – DISplace Group Exhibition
An open call exhibition at Green Space Miami including the work of Enma Saiz
Poetics of Place, by Cornelius Tulloch, is an architectural installation that will create a communal space for cultural exchange, storytelling, and creative expression. Opening reception is Dec. 5.