This week is your last chance to catch a glimpse of “The Artist’s Gaze: Seeing Women in the 21st Century,” an exhibition of paintings and photographs of women young and elderly curated by artist Victoria Selbach. The show, at Sirona Fine Art in the Village at Gulfstream, includes work by Tim Okamura, Mia Bergeron and Aleah Chapin.
Through April 4 at Sirona Fine Art, 600 Silks Run, #1240, Hallandale Beach; sironafineart.com.
Also closing this week is the “Forms of Abstraction” group show at N’Namdi Contemporary Fine Art, featuring works in a variety of media by Howardena Pindell, Chakaia Booker, Hugo McCloud, Heloisa Pomfret, Connie Noyes, Allie McGhee, Rashid Johnson, Al Loving, Stephon Senegal, Robert Colescott, Ed Clark and Lucy Silvinsky.
177 NW 23rd St., Miami, nnamdicontemporary.com.
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Also around town:
▪ Bill Brady Gallery: This Kansas outpost holds one more exhibition, work by Swedish artist Karl Norin, in temporary quarters before moving to another Little River space this spring. 7230 NW Miami Ct., Little River; billbradygallery.com.
▪ Dina Mitrani Gallery: “Bare Handed,” a solo exhibition by photographer Holly Lynton, runs through May 2. 2620 NW Second Ave., Wynwood; dinamitranigallery.com
▪ Espace Expression: Group exhibition focusing on contemporary expressions of geometric abstraction and kinetic art, including works by Vasarely, Soto, Agam and Cruz-Diez as well as younger artists. 317 NW 28th St., Wynwood; espace-expression.com.
▪ Frederic Snitzer Gallery: “Nude at Home,” solo exhibition by Atlanta-born, Brooklyn-based painter Ridley Howard. 1540 NE Miami Ct., Miami; snitzer.com.
▪ Ideo Art Space: Ricardo Cardenas’ show “Beginnings and Endings” features geometry inspired by nature, resulting in surprisingly organic work. 2417 N. Miami Ave., Wynwood; ideobox.com
▪ Juan Ruiz Gallery: “Making circles in the water” features new work by Kcho, Carlos Lamas, Glexis Novoa, Carlos Quintana y Ruben Torres-Llorca. 301 NW 28th St., Wynwood; juanruizgallery.com
▪ KaBe Contemporary: In “La Rinconada,” Chilean artist Magdalena Correa explores a secluded corner of Peru dominated by a gold mine buried in a glacier. 223 NW 26th St., Wynwood; kabecontemporary.com
▪ Kelley Roy Gallery: Argentina-born, Miami-based Sebastian Spreng is know for etheral earthscapes. His new show, “The Song of the Earth,” was inspired by the music of Gustav Mahler; it opens April 16. 153 NW 24th St., Wynwood; kelleyroygallery.com
▪ Michael Jon Gallery: Work by Jean-Baptiste Bernadet and Joanne Greenbaum runs through April 25. 255 NE 69th St., Miami; michaeljongallery.com.
▪ O.Ascanio Gallery: “Traces of Perception: 100 photographs by Hester,” is a single artwork cmpsed of 100 images presented in defiance of traditional perceptions of time and space. Through April 15. 2600 NW Second Ave., Wynwood; oascaniogallery.com
▪ Pan American Art Projects: Two shows run through April 25. “Reliquary,” is a solo show of assemblages with spiritual overtones by Carlos Estevez. “Inside the Box” features work by Luis Cruz Azaceta, David Boxer, Ricardo Brey, Nora Correas, Edouard Duval Carrié, León Ferrari, Carlos Gallardo, Eduardo Ponjuan González, Hilal Sami and Carolina Sardi. PanAmericanArtProjects, 2450 NW Second Ave., Wynwood; www.panamericanart.com
▪ Ricart Gallery: Group show features Italian photographer Tiziano Magni, French Artist Carolus, Canadian Artist Carlito Dalceggio, and French Artist Fenx. 444 NW 28th St., Wynwood; www.ricartgallerymiami.com.
▪ Swenson Gallery at the Bakehouse: “Sweet and Sour by Karla Caprali,” explores the causes and effects of war. Through April 3. Bakehouse Art Complex, 561 NW 32nd St., bacfl.org
▪ Under the Bridge: “Nierika — Passages Between Reality,” solo exhibition by Onajide Shabaka, investigates notions of signs and speech that originate in nature. 12425 NE 13th Ave., Studio #4, North Miami; bridgeredstudios.com
▪ Wynwood Art Group Gallery: “Color Rhapsodies,” a solo exhibition by J. Steven Manolis, opens April 2 and runs through May 2. 446 NW 28th St., Wynwood; wynwoodartgroup.com.