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On view at the Margulies Collection at the Warehouse is a series of seasonal presentations.
October 19, 2022 - April 29, 2023
On view at the Margulies Collection at the Warehouse is a series of seasonal presentations. “The Italians” features the work of nearly 20 Italian artists, like Paola Pivi, Claudio Parmiggiani, Luca Campigotto, and Gian Marco Montesano. Featured in “New European and American Painters and Sculptors” is the work of names like Elias Sime, Hugo McCloud, Radcliffe Bailey, and Diana Fonseca Quiñones. Other presentations include photographs by Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans in “The Bitter Years”; new media from Doug Aitken, Susan Philipsz, and Jennifer Steinkamp; and presentations of existing acquisitions from the collection of Elizabeth Margulies, which includes the work of artists like Emily Mae Smith, Kennedy Yanko, and more.
In “Mariano: Variations on a Theme,” six decades of paintings, drawings, and watercolors are on view, spanning Mariano’s career.
Leandro Erlich’s first North American survey, “Liminal” is an exhibition organized by Dan Cameron that fills the entirety of the PAMM's special galleries.
Adrián Villar Rojas is sharing a series of new commissions and recontextualized artworks in the exhibition “The End of Imagination.”
The Tunisian-born and Brooklyn-based artist Nadia Ayari presents 10 new works of both painting and sculpture at Nina Johnson Gallery.
Photographer, filmmaker, curator, collector, and writer Leah Gordon presents “Kanaval” at MOCA North Miami.
MOCA North Miami presents the largest solo exhibition to date of work by the artist Didier William, including new paintings and a 12-foot sculpture.
On view at Bakehouse Art Complex is a collection of exhibitions by three of its resident artists.
YoungArts presents Mark Fleuridor’s “Sunshine” in its first solo exhibition by an emerging artist, with additional programming throughout Miami Art Week.
Four solo presentations of work by the artists Alexandre Diop, Doron Langberg, Jo Messer, and Tesfaye Urgessa are on view at the Rubell Museum.