Visual Arts

South Florida visual arts scene for Jan. 24

Carole Feuerman at MArkowitz Fine Art.
Carole Feuerman at MArkowitz Fine Art.

▪ Pérez Art Museum Miami launches Sea Movies at PAMM presented by TriBeCa Shortlist at 7 p.m. Jan. 28 at 1103 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Finding Nemo (2013) is the first film of this monthly series, which will screen sea-themed movies by the museum’s bayside terrace. Movies are free with general admission ($16), and the galleries will stay open to 9 p.m. Dogs are welcome in outdoor areas but not inside. The next showing is Feb. 25 with The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004). For the complete schedule through March, visit

▪ Etra Fine Art, in partnership with Wine by the Bay, presents the Wynwood Perfect Pairing series featuring contemporary art, a champagne pairing dinner and live classical music. The first event starts at 7 p.m. Jan. 30 at Etra Fine Art, 2315 NW Second Ave., Miami. Paintings by Andriy Halashyn, a Ukranian-born artist now living in Peru; Juan Raul Hoyos, a Colombian artist living in Miami; and sculptures by Ronny Vayda, who lives and works in Colombia and Pompano Beach, will be featured. Michelle Brown, ambassador for Henri Giraud champagne, and chef Daniele Cosmo of CielGourmet will provide the food and drinks. Following an introduction to the featured winery, there will be a performance by classical guitarist Federico Musgrove Stetson from the University of Miami's Frost School of Music. Tickets are $125 per person and can be purchased online at Call 305-455-9791 with questions.

▪ Mignonette, a popular oyster bar and seafood restaurant in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood, added a school of fish gilded in gold and copper to the new private dining area called “The Aquarium.” Artist Reed van Brunschot ( used the materials to emulate fish under water, swimming in curved patterns and falling in and out of shadows. Just one of the 40 fish in the installation swims against the tide, “an independent thinker in the face of a collective consciousness,” she says. Mignonette is at 210 NE 18th St., Miami. For more information, visit

▪ Markowicz Fine Art in the Design District is now one of two galleries in the country to hold a collection of sculptures in various techniques by Carole A. Feuerman. The figurative artist is known for creating monumental sculptures of the human form, like The Golden Mean, a 16-foot male diver on display at the National Hotel in Miami Beach through November. A special exhibition of her hyperrealistic work will be on display at the gallery through Feb. 29. Markowicz Fine Art is at 110 NE 40th St., Miami. For more information, call 305-308-6398 or visit

▪ To commemorate a new public art project, South African artist Margi Glavovic Nothard will debut parts of her large-scale light sculpture during the Flagler Village Artwalk from 7 to 10 p.m. Jan. 30 at Glavovic Studio, 724 NE Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. The project, named “Flow,” is set to brighten the new Broward County Courthouse with interactive lights and immersive linear special elements with large black and white surfaces spanning more than 9,000 square feet. The Broward Cultural Division commissioned Nothard through its Public Art & Design program. The exhibition, on view through March 31, spotlights models and drawings she used to produce “Flow.” For more information, call 954-524-5728 or visit

▪ Young At Art Museum presents “Magic & Mayhem: The Art of Iconic Toys,” an exhibition exploring the cultural impact of iconic toys and the passion for collecting them from Jan. 30 to May 29 at 751 SW 121st Ave., Davie. Curated by YAA’s design team in conjunction with artists and local collectors, the show features two of the most iconic toys of the past: Transformers and My Little Pony. In the Toy Store, guests can build their own transformer-inspired bots, design their own pony-inspired silhouettes and use iPads to create stop-motion short films. Entrance to Magic & Mayhem is included with museum admission: $14 per person; $12 for Broward residents, seniors and children; $11 for military members and their immediate families. For more information, call 954-424-0085 or visit

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