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Art Deco Weekend

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 various times - English

The Miami Design Preservation League presents Art Deco Weekend January 17th to 19th on Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. There's something for everyone with three days of FREE events including the Women's suffrage centennial parade, classic car show, guided walking tours, lectures,antique promenade, live jazz and big band entertainment, swing dancing, sketch classes, fitness classes and more! More information at website.

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The Miami Design Preservation League invites you to the 43rd annual Art Deco Weekend, January 17th to 19th on Ocean Drive in Miami Beach.

This year we'll have over 100 events including the classic car show, guided walking tours, lecture series, antiques promenade, live jazz and big band entertainment, swing dancing, sketch classes, health & wellness classes, and more!

We're commemorating "Sheroes: Women who Made a Difference" in honor of 100 years since passage of the 19th amendment which granted women the right to vote in the US for the first time. 1920 was also the year that our founder Barbara Baer Capitman was born.

Start planning your 2020 Art Deco Weekend Experience now! For event information and updates visit our website.

Location

Art Deco Welcome Center
1001 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139 (Map)

Contact Information

Daniel Ciraldo

305-672-2014

www.artdecoweekend.com

Sunset Beach Volleyball & BBQ

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM - English

It’s time to take in the perfect weather that comes during a Miami winter with an epic sunset Beach Volleyball Bash. We’re taking over the North Beach Bandshell volleyball courts in true sand-loving tradition, so it’s time to get your team together and partake in friendly games. While you watch the games, enjoy other fun activities like a beachside warmup and DJ set by local favorite Laura of Miami. Enjoy BBQ cookouts by beloved eateries, refreshing sips, and delicious lounges to ease both the losses and the victories.

Location

North Beach Bandshell
7275 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33141 (Map)

Alonzo King Lines Ballet

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 at 8:00 PM - English

This San Francisco contemporary ballet troupe is renowned for its superb, diverse dancers and for artistic leader Alonzo King's distinctive blend of expressive, cutting-edge choreography with classical beauty. They'll perform Common Ground, a 2018 work set to new music commissioned by renowned modern string ensemble Kronos Quartet; and Handel, where the rich elegance of Baroque music comes to life in a graceful, complex composition of bodies.

Before the show: Enjoy a pre-show conversation at 6:30pm in our Lab Theater, moderated by journalist Jordan Levin with company directors and special guests before their anticipated performances at SMDCAC. "Dance Talks" are free and open to the community. After the show: A post show discussion will also take place immediately following the performance in the Main Stage also moderated by Levin.

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Location

South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center
10950 SW 211 ST, Cutler Bay, FL 33189 (Map)

American Son

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 at 7:30 PM - English

A gripping tale of two people caught in our national divide, with their worst fears hanging in the balance. Fresh from it's highly successful Broadway run, Zoetic Stage will be one of the first regional theaters to present this important new work about race in America. Intimate in nature but universal in scope, American Son continues Zoetic Stage's mission to present socially relevant work by South Florida voices.

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Location

Zoetic Stage at the Arsht
1300 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132 (Map)

Contact Information

www.zoeticstage.org

All My Sons by Arthur Miller

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 at 12:00 PM - English

Academy Award-winner Sally Field (Steel Magnolias, Brothers & Sisters) and Bill Pullman (The Sinner, Independence Day) star in Arthur Miller's blistering drama All My Sons, captured live from The Old Vic in London.

America, 1947. Despite hard choices and even harder knocks, Joe and Kate Keller are a success story. They have built a home, raised two sons and established a thriving business. But nothing lasts forever and their contented lives, already shadowed by the loss of their eldest boy to war, are about to shatter. With the return of a figure from the past, long buried truths are forced to the surface and the price of their American dream is laid bare.

Jeremy Herrin (NT Live: This House, People, Places & Things) directs a cast that also includes Jenna Coleman (Victoria), and Colin Morgan (Merlin).

Location

GableStage at the Biltmore
1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables, FL 33134 (Map)

Monty Alexander

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 at 8:00 PM - English

Monty Alexander Featuring JJ Shakur and Jason Brown

Back by popular demand, the jazz master from New York by way of Kingston, Jamaica, Monty Alexander, returns with his dynamic trio.

Members-Only Cocktail Reception precedes the performance.

Born in Kingston, Jamaica on D-Day, Monty Alexander was blessed with prodigious pianistic skills that were evident from age four, a fairly typical age for wunderkinds. He began classical piano training at six and with a notable change of emphasis, was becoming an accomplished jazz interpreter by 14. He was gigging in Kingston clubs in his teens when his family moved briefly to Miami and then settled to New York. In this jazz-rich atmosphere, Monty caught on with major players and formed friendships with bassist Ray Brown and another giant, vibist Milt Jackson. He recorded his first album as a leader at just 20 and flourished as a bandleader ever since.

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Monty's playing has always retained a strong Caribbean influence, but with a significant bebop flavor and a bright swinging feeling. Influenced predominantly by Nat Cole, Oscar Peterson, and Wynton Kelly, Alexander became known for his surprise musical twists and the ability to build dramatic suspense. His roots are evident in all of his playing, both on piano and the related melodica, a keyboarded wind instrument. His latest recording in an impressive oeuvre of 95 albums(!) is WAREIKA HILL - RastaMonk Vibrations, Monty Alexander's delightfully imaginative, unique and compelling interpretation of the music of Thelonious Monk, released August 2019 on MACD Records.

Artistic Personnel: Monty alexander: Piano and melodica, J.J. Shakur: Doble bass, Jason Brown: Drums.

Location

Bailey Hall - Broward College, Central Campus
3501 SW Davie Road, Building 4, Davie, FL 33314 (Map)

Orchestra Concert: Royal Fireworks

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 at 7:30 PM - English

It's music fit for royalty as conductor Paul Goodwin returns, bringing his performance practice expertise back to the New World Symphony. Known for jubilant works like Messiah, George Frideric Handel created an energy-packed celebration in his Music for the Royal Fireworks. Henry Purcell captures the dramatic pursuits of King Arthur with grand dances, folk songs and fanfares in selections from his semi-opera. Jean-Philippe Rameau's Suite from Les Boreades an opera written at the end of his life and first staged two centuries later is a pastoral paradise. C.P.E. Bach builds on his father's legacy with this early symphony, and Arcangelo Corelli spotlights strings in his group concerto.

Location

New World Center
500 17th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139 (Map)

Contact Information

305-673-3331

800-597-3331

www.nws.edu

www.nws.edu/events-tickets/concerts/royal-fireworks

FGO Madama Butterfly

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 at 6:00 PM - English

A love affair goes horribly wrong in a fateful collision of East and West. Set in 1890’s Japan, Puccini’s exotic opera is a heartbreaking story of betrayal, abandonment, and sacrifice. Starring internationally acclaimed soprano Sandra Lopez as Cio-Cio-San who has toured with Andrea Bocelli, and proclaimed “gifted young tenor” by the New York Times, Grammy Award-winner Joshua Guerrero as Lt. Pinkerton. This devastating saga is one of the most beloved operas of all time, and conducted by Ramón Tebar.

Sung in Italian with English and Spanish projected translations.

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Location

Arsht Center
1300 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132 (Map)

Contact Information

Florida Grand Opera

1-800-741-1010

www.fgo.org

A Few Good Men

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 various times - English

A group of military lawyers uncover a high-level conspiracy in the course of defending their clients, two United States Marines accused of murder in Guantanamo Bay.

Location

Pembroke Pines Theatre of the Performing Arts
17195 Sheridan St, Pembroke Pines, FL 33331 (Map)

Contact Information

PPTOPA

954-437-4884

www.pptopa.com

Disney's Aladdin

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 various times - English

Come Together to Experience the Best of Broadway in Broward!
Discover a whole new world at Disney’s ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of ALADDIN, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite.

Hailed by USA Today as “Pure Genie-Us,” ALADDIN features all your favorite songs from the film as well as new music written by Tony® and Academy Award® winner Alan Menken (Newsies) with lyrics penned by the legendary Howard Ashman (Beauty and the Beast), Tony Award winner Tim Rice (The Lion King, Aida), and book writer Chad Beguelin (The Wedding Singer).

Directed and choreographed by Tony Award winner Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon, Something Rotten! ),this “Fabulous” and “Extravagant” (The New York Times ) new musical boasts an incomparable design team, with sets, costumes and lighting from Tony Award winners Bob Crowley (Mary Poppins), Gregg Barnes (Kinky Boots), and Natasha Katz (An American in Paris). See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is “Exactly What You Wish For!" (NBC-TV).

Location

Broward Center for the Performing Arts - Au-Rene Theater
201 SW 5th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale,, FL 33312 (Map)

Ordinary Americans

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 at 8:00 PM - English

GableStage presents the world premiere of Ordinary Americans, a play by Joseph McDonough based on actual events in the lives of Gertrude Berg and Philip Loeb, stars of television’s groundbreaking sitcom, The Goldbergs, which premiered on CBS in 1949.

The Florida productions were co-produced by Palm Beach Dramaworks, where the show ran in December and now it plays at GableStage from Jan. 18 through Feb. 16.


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The play is set in the early 1950s and centers on the tribulations faced by Berg and Loeb as they struggle to save their show, their careers, and their friendship in the face of McCarthyism, anti-Semitism, and the political climate of the country. Berg (1899 – 1966) was a seminal figure in American popular culture in the first half of the twentieth century and one of the most significant artists in television history, yet she is largely forgotten today. She was known to millions around the country as Molly Goldberg, a character she created for her 1929 radio show, The Rise of the Goldbergs, which aired first on NBC and later on CBS until 1945 (with a break between 1934 and 1938). In addition to starring as the matriarch of a Jewish family living in the Bronx, Berg wrote almost every script for the radio show and then for the TV series, which ran through 1957 on different networks. She was also the show’s producer, and the first recipient of an Emmy Award for Lead Comedy Actress.

Ordinary Americans was developed in The Dramaworkshop, and last January it received a reading at PBD as part of the first New Year/New Plays Festival.

GableStage, Inc.
1200 Anastasia Avenue,
Coral Gables, FL 33134

Location

GableStage
1200 Anastasia Ave #230, Coral Gables, FL 33134 (Map)

Contact Information

305-445-1119

561-514-4042

www.gablestage.org

Cecilia Vicuna: About To Happen

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 various times - English

Saturday, December 7: Cecilia Vicuña performance, followed by a conversation with the artist and co-curators Andrea Andersson The Helis Foundation Chief Curator of Visual Arts at the CAC, and Julia Bryan-Wilson, Professor, University of California, Berkeley

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In celebration of Miami Art Week 2019, the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA) will present the first major U.S. solo exhibition of influential Chilean-born artist Cecilia Vicuña. “About to Happen” traces Vicuña’s career-long commitment to exploring discarded and displaced materials, peoples, and landscapes in a time of global climate change,

“Cecilia Vicuña: About to Happen” is comprised of Vicuña’s multidisciplinary work in performance, sculpture, drawing, video, text, and site-specific installations created over 40 years. Reframing dematerialization as both a formal consequence of 1960s conceptualism and radical climate change, the exhibition examines a process that shapes public memory and responsibility. Operating fluidly between concept and craft, text and textile, Vicuña’s practice merges dissimilar disciplines and communities with shared relationships to land and sea, and to the economic and environmental disparities of the 21st century.

Vicuña’s work reflects the overlapping dialogs of conceptual art, land art, poetry, and feminist art practices. For the first time in this traveling exhibition, the show will include painting, a practice which Vicuña began in the 1970s and to which she has recently returned – in some cases, repainting lost paintings from memory. The addition of painting to “Cecilia Vicuña: About to Happen” is an affirmation of a practice that exists, in its entirety, in the logic of every single work – and yet – is also, always evolving.

The exhibition will include an expansive presentation of Vicuña’s precario sculptures, which the artist began creating in 1966. Vicuña assembles these “precarious works” from bits of wood, thread, and other found objects into temporary small sculptures that despite their modest scale have a surprising dynamism and energy. The exhibition also features the installation “Burnt Quipu” (2018), in which lengths of dyed wool hang floor to ceiling, connecting earth and sky, in tribute to recent forest fires in the greater West Coast region. “Burnt Quipu” is part of Vicuña’s longstanding artistic exploration of the ancient Andean writing tradition of “talking knots,” an advanced communication system inhibited during colonization.

Born in Santiago de Chile, Vicuña is a poet, visual artist, and filmmaker. She is the author of more than 20 books of poetry, and exhibits and performs internationally. Her multidimensional works begin as an image that becomes a poem, a film, a song, a sculpture, or a collective performance.

Vicuña’s work is included in the collections of The Tate Gallery, London; Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Chile, Santiago, Chile; MoMA, the Museum of Modern Art, New York. She was appointed Messenger Lecturer 2015 at Cornell University, an honor bestowed on authors who contribute to the “Evolution of Civilization for the special purpose of raising the moral standard of our political, business, and social life.” She lives in New York City, where she co-founded oysi.org, a site for the oral cultures and poetries of the world. Vicuña’s work is represented by Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, and Seoul. Vicuna’s art has also been featured inDocumenta 14 and shown at Witte de With. She most recently was awarded the CINTAS, a very prestigious United States artist fellowship.

“Cecilia Vicuña: About to Happen” is organized by the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans (CAC), and co-curated by Andrea Andersson, The Helis Foundation Chief Curator of Visual Arts at the CAC, and Julia Bryan-Wilson, Professor, University of California, Berkeley. Support for this exhibition is provided by Sydney & Walda Besthoff Foundation, The Helis Foundation, The Kabacoff Family Foundation, and the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalog.

The exhibition at MOCA is made possible, in part, with support from Funding Arts Network and Citizens Interested in the Arts. MOCA’s exhibitions and programs are made possible with the continued support of the North Miami Mayor and Council and the City of North Miami, the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, and Miami-Dade County Tourist Development Council, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.

Also on view at MOCA November 26, 2019 – March 29, 2020, a new exhibition featuring works of French-Mexican surrealist painter Alice Rahon (1904–1987). Guest curated by Mexico-City based art historian Teresa Arcq, “Poetic Invocations,” marks the first solo show in 55 years dedicated to Rahon’s work in the United States.

Location

Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami
770 NE 125th Street, North Miami, FL 33161 (Map)

Etra Fine Art Presents, Ciudades

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM - English

Etra Fine Art located in Miami’s Little Haiti and Little River Art District announces its Art Basel/Miami Art Week multimedia exhibition, Ciudades. This multimedia exhibition will be made up of paintings, music, an installation, sculptures, photography, videos, poetry and essays. Alicia Restrepo, Curator and owner of Etra Fine Art, uses the cities as symbols, differently represented by world known artists, to stimulate a dialog over the most pressing issues of today. Participating artists include: 2501; Ana Maria Gutierrez; André Cypriano; Andriy Halashyn; Francis Hines; Juan Raul Hoyos; and Valeria Yamamoto.

The Opening Reception will take place from Noon to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 1st and Etra Fine Art will be open extended hours during Miami Art Week.

  • Opening Reception: Sunday, December 1, 2019 from 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
  • Closes: Tuesday, January 28, 2020
  • During Miami Art Week (December 3-6): 11 am to 5 pm, Tuesday to Friday and other days by appointment.

Location

Etra Fine Art
6942 NE 4th Ave, Miami, FL 33138 (Map)

Botero On Lincoln Road

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 at 12:00 AM - English

The Mayor and City Commission of Miami Beach, Nader Art Museum, The New World Symphony, and the Lincoln Road Business Improvement District request the honor of your presence at the opening Botero On Lincoln Road.

A spectacular assemblage of monumental works by the world's most important living artist.

Gary Nader's collection of monumental sculptures by Fernando Botero, one of the world's most iconic and recognized masters worldwide, will be exhibited on Lincoln Road.

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Join us for the exclusive and private unveiling invitation only event!

Botero's monumental sculptures have been exhibited on the Champs-Élysées in Paris, Park Avenue in New York City, the Museum of Modern Art in Copenhagen, and the Palazzo Venezia in Rome.

followed by an unveiling of Donna Sdraiata, (2016 Bronze) at the intersection of Lincoln Road and Drexel Avenue. Culminating with music by the New World Symphony Fellows and cocktails and dining at Time Out Market.

Location

New World Center
500 17th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139 (Map)

Contact Information

305-673-3331

800-597-3331

www.nws.edu

José Carlos Martinat: American Echo Chamber

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 various times - English

For PAMM's double-height gallery, Jose Carlos Martinat created American Echo Chamber (2018), an installation that responds to the amplification and reinforcement of ideas in the current social and political landscape. This large-scale work is composed of mechanical light sculptures that collectively generate a dramatic and entertaining space for visual consumption. The sculptures are inspired by symbols of both American and Peruvian cultures ranging from historical images such as the political cartoon "Join, or Die" attributed to founding father Benjamin Franklin to popular internet memes. These symbols are often composed of images related to violence, manipulation, racism, or migration. The artist also includes artisanal pyrotechnic castle fireworks from Lima. By creating a space that amplifies the consumption of these symbols, Martinat compares the contemporary political scene to an echo chamber, emphasizing a dynamic in which people seek information from media outlets that reinforce their beliefs as an unconscious exercise of validation and prejudice.

Location

Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132 (Map)

Contact Information

305-375-3000

www.pamm.org

Common Spaces in Housing Units

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 various times - English

Architecture Exhibition Opening: Thursday, 1/16/20, 6:30-8:30PM.

Join us for the opening of the exhibition, Common Spaces in Housing Units, featuring architectural works by the award-winning Mexico-based architect Rozana Montiel, whose practice explores architecture from the scale of the book to that of the city.

Free and open to the public.

Location

Miami Beach Urban Studios
420 Lincoln Rd. Suite 440, Miami Beach, FL 33139 (Map)

Les Lalanne at The Raleigh Gardens

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM - English

Honoring the late French artist Claude Lalanne, and her husband and collaborator François-Xavier Lalanne, Les Lalanne at the Raleigh Gardens is a temporary public art installation presented in the famed Gardens of The Raleigh Hotel, one of Miami Beach’s most celebrated Art Deco properties, opening to public November 22, 2019.

Animating a half-acre of the renowned Raleigh site and boardwalk, this public tribute to the late French artists is being presented by real estate developer Michael Shvo, and the garden was designed by the exceptional talent-pairing of architect and Lalanne collector, Peter Marino, with Miami landscape designer, Raymond Jungles.

This lyrical collaboration weaves together a fantastical sculpture garden animated by Claude and Francois-Xavier Lalanne’s surrealist, prized sculpture with tropical vegetation. Testimony to a profound legacy, this collaboration sources over 39 pieces from the international collections of private collectors Michael Shvo, Jane Holzer, Peter Marino, and gallerists Ben Brown, Jean Gabriel Mitterand, and Paul Kasmin.

The exhibition will be free and open to the public from November 22, 2019 – February 29, 2020

Location

Gardens at The Raleigh Hotel
1775 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139 (Map)

Alice Rahon: Poetic Invocations

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 various times - English

The Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA) is proud to present a new exhibition featuring works of French-Mexican surrealist painter Alice Rahon (1904–1987). “Poetic Invocations” is guest curated by Mexico-City based art historian Tere Arcq. The exhibition aims to contribute to the scholarship and recognition of under-explored women artists, and to the intercultural influences on European artists in exile in the Americas, whose work was often deeply marked by indigenous and archaic cultures.

Miami Art Week extended hours

  • Sunday, December 1 – Monday, December 9, 10am-5pm
  • Public Reception with Curator Teresa Arcq: Thursday, December 5, 8-11pm

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Born in France and later nationalized as a Mexican, Rahon joined the Parisian Surrealist circle as a poet, but once in Mexico, she turned her creativity mainly to painting. She became an active a member of a group of European Surrealists artists in exile including Remedios Varo, Benjamin Péret, Leonora Carrington, and Kati Horna.

Rahon’s production was a far cry from that of her contemporaries. She was drawn to light and color, and established a continuous dialogue between painting and poetry. Her creations brought together Mexican landscapes, myths, legends and fiestas, and she was a pioneer in the use of sand and texture on her canvases, which included subtle graffito markings. Her oeuvre has been overlooked for many years.

“Poetic Invocations” marks the first solo show dedicated to Rahon’s work in the United States in 55 years since her exhibition at the Louisiana Gallery in Houston, Texas in 1964. The exhibition examines a robust art-historical moment that emerged in 1940 as an international community of artists fled World War II in Europe and settled in Mexico. It will feature approximately 30 works including paintings, works on paper, assemblages, as well as archival material such as the Dyn journal, original poems and manuscripts and photographs to put an emphasis on Rahon´s oeuvre as a whole. The exhibition will explore five fundamental themes: art as poetic invocation, the power of the immemorial past, the journal that challenged limits, the volcano and the Mexican landscape and light: the dilution of inside and outside, and the metaphorical experience of the inside out: fiestas and popular art in Mexico.

Rahon exhibited regularly in Mexico, New York and California and had solo shows in Paris and Lebanon. Her last solo exhibition took place in 1986 at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, just a year before her death. In 2009, with the discovery of her archive, Teresa Arcq curated an Alice Rahon retrospective at the Museo de Arte Moderno in Mexico City and then at El Cubo in Tijuana.

Arcq has worked as chief curator at the Museo de Arte Moderno in Mexico City, and as an independent curator has produced many high-profile exhibitions. She has served as a professor of Art History at Centro de Cultura Casa Lamm and published several essays for catalogues on Mexican modern art and women artists in Mexico, as well as Surrealism. She is currently advising the exhibition and catalog for the show Global Surrealism opening in 2021 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Tate Modern Gallery in London. She is also collaborating with the Schirn Kunsthalle Museum in Frankurt and the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark for the upcoming exhibition Fantastik Women, in Spring 2020 and writing for a publication on Leonora Carrington´s Tarot and one on Remedios Varo and Leonora Carrington´s creative collaboration. She will be co-curating a Leonora Carrington retrospective for the Mapfre Foundation in Madrid and the Arken Museum in Denmark opening on the fall of 2020.

Also on view at MOCA November 26, 2019 – March 29, 2020 will be the first major U.S. solo exhibition of influential Chilean-born artist Cecilia Vicuña: “Cecilia Vicuña: About to Happen.”

Location

Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami
770 NE 125th Street, North Miami, FL 33161 (Map)

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