Ugo Rondinone

Ugo Rondinone: vocabulary of solitude. Installation view at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, 2016. Image courtesy of the artist.

YoungArts

Shaheen Celia
The Queen and her Ladies in Waiting (The Sunday Brunch)
Courtesy of YoungArts

Carmen Herrera

Herrera, Carmen
Blanco y Verde
1967
Acrylic on canvas
49.50 x 60.25 inches
Courtesy the artist and the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection
Photo by Vieri Tomaselli

María Magdalena Campos-Pons
Unspeakable Sorrow2010
Three digital chromogenic prints on
dibond
24 x 60 inches
Collection Pérez Art Museum Miami,
gift of Jorge M. Pérez

María Magdalena Campos-Pons
Unspeakable Sorrow
2010
Three digital chromogenic prints on dibond
24 x 60 inches
Collection Pérez Art Museum Miami, gift of Jorge M. Pérez

Mark Handforth

Mark Handforth
Pink Panther
2016
Sculpture, aluminum, painted
Courtesy the Artist and Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich

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Whitewaller Miami 2017: What to See

Outside the fairs, don’t miss these exhibitions on view at Miami’s top museums, galleries, and private collections.

“ON THE HORIZON” at PÉREZ ART MUSEUM MIAMI
September 22, 2017–January 7, 2018
“On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection” is the museum’s largest exhibition to date focusing on Cuban art. More than 170 works are on view throughout the exhibition’s three parts, including painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, and mixed-media. “On the Horizon” presents the work of artists such as Alexandre Arrechea, Carlos Garaicoa, Hernan Bas, Yoan Capote, Teresita Fernández, Enrique Martínez Celaya, Glexis Novoa, Zilia Sánchez, and more.

UGO RONDINONE AT THE BASS
October 29, 2017–February 19, 2018
The newly transformed Bass museum reopened in late October with a group of solo shows, including Ugo Rondinone’s “good evening beautiful blue.” The exhibition presents work from three decades of the artist’s practice, centering around a 2014 installation of 45 clowns, vocabulary of solitude. Also on view is Rondinone’s video installation it’s late… (1999–2000) and mirrored window piece clockwork for oracles (2008).

“TRIÁNGULO” AT CIFO
December 6, 2017–March 4, 2018
“Triángulo—Carmen Herrera, Loló Soldevilla and Sandu Darie” is curated by Elsa Vega and Ella Fontanals-Cisneros. The show includes works from the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros collection, specifically by Herrera, Soldevilla, and Darie. The three artists are key figures in the Cuban geometric art movement. Their work, life, and practice create a connection between the U.S., Europe, and Latin America.

“POP” AT THE MARGULIES COLLECTION
October 25–December 18
The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse is presenting a Pop art exhibition including work from the 1960s by artists like Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, James Rosenquist, George Segal, Andy Warhol, and Tom Wesselmann. Other new works on view at the Warehouse are by Ernesto Neto, Anselm Kiefer, David Claerbout, Imi Knoebel, and more.

“IMAGINATION LAND” AT NATIONAL YOUNGARTS FOUNDATION
October 10—December 15
“IMAGINATION LAND: Fantastical Narrative” is curated by artist and YoungArts master teacher Derrick Adams. The exhibition features work by 11 YoungArts alumni including Elle Cox, Glenn Davis, Su Wan Kim, Mika Rosenberg, Wade Winslow, and others. Video installations, sculptures, paintings, and mixed-media works deal with ideas relating to gender, consumerism, the environment, and ceremonial ritual. Adams’s work will also be on view at Primary Projects gallery.

JULIUS KLINGER AT WOLFSONIAN-FIU
October 6, 2017–April 29, 2018
“Julius Klinger: Posters for a Modern Age” is the first solo U.S. exhibition dedicated to the work of the Austrian designer. More than 100 posters, prints, drawings, and illustrations are on view, presented alongside decorative pieces by other Viennese designers from the collection. An installation by Seite Zwei, “Double Vision,” runs in parallel with the Klinger show, rounding out a focused investigation of Austrian design.

“STILL HUMAN’ AT THE RUBELL FAMILY COLLECTION
December 6, 2017—August 25, 2018
“STILL HUMAN” explores the effects of the digital age on the human condition. The work of artists including Ed Atkins, Simon Denny, Cécile B. Evans, Isa Genzken, Josh Kline, Jon Rafman, Charles Ray, Frances Stark, Hito Steyerl, Hank Willis Thomas, and Anicka Yi addresses issues like artificial intelligence, biotechnology, bioethics, planned obsolescence, desire as mediated by technology, surveillance, social justice, and virtual existence.

 

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