Internationally renowned artist Huong asked the public to discuss the policies and personalities of the presidential candidates from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 12 with a free exhibit of a 100-foot-long by 8-foot-tall interactive mural. The public was able to incorporate opinions into designed sections of the mural for others to discuss and read. Set up along Washington Avenue in South Beach, the mural includes original artwork focused on the three remaining candidates: Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump.
The works of Miami-raised Michele Oka Doner, the artist behind the mesmerizing terrazzo floor at MIA — with its gleaming bronze and mother-of-pearl replicas of marine life embedded in it — will be on display at the PAMM.
Addonis Parker, is finishing a large, colorful mural on the facade of the Metrorail overpass that crosses Third Avenue in Overtown, a tribute to friend and fellow artist, Purvis Young. The mural is just the latest piece of public art for the Ohio native whose pieces are becoming part of the fabric of inner city Miami.
The first American museum exhibition dedicated to highly influential conceptual artist traces his use of the figure throughout his career to incisively comment on citizenship and politics, and the conventions of realism in contemporary art.
Fifteen Cuban artists and curators visit Little Havana, from an installation by avant-garde legend Ana Mendieta to Domino Park, and Miami organizer Elizabeth Cerejido explains the cultural exchange project that brought them here.
Kelley Johnson's installation of complex, asymmetric frames, mirrors, bright-or-white stripes, planes and color fields creates an interactive play of spatial illusions and other visual challenges for viewers navigating the main gallery at Art and Culture Center/Hollywood. Interim curator Francesco Lo Castro gives a short overview and introduces the artist, who briefly explains his goals and process. Also on view are four other solo shows. Art and Culture Center/Hollywood,1650 Harrison St., Hollywood, Through March 27
Info: Closed Monday, Free admission every third Sunday, 954-921-3274; artandculturecenter.org
A legal battle between NY artist Bryan Zanisnik and author Philip Roth has inspired Zanisnik to build an installation called the "Philip Roth Presidential Library' at the Locust Projects. The installation will be on display beginning this weekend and will be on display until March.