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“The New Deal: Art Relief” is a visual compilation of artwork made following the Works Progress Administration, like murals for prison walls and advertisements for national parks.
Currently on view at Florida International University’s The Wolfsonian, visitors will find four ongoing exhibitions. Posters highlighting fellowship across race, nationality, and sexual orientation regarding HIV/AIDS are included in “You, Me, We, Us: Solidarity in AIDS Graphic Design.” “Color and Form: American Depression Glass” offers a study of mass-produced glassware made between the 1930s—1950s. An original manuscript of linoleum-cut prints depicting the story of the Scottsboro Boys’ and other articles surrounding the ongoing fight for civil rights is the focal point of “Art for Justice.” And finally, “The New Deal: Art Relief” is a visual compilation of artwork made following the Works Progress Administration, like murals for prison walls and advertisements for national parks.
ICA Miami presents “The Way We’ll Be” by Puerto Rico based artist Dalton Gata through November 21.
The Bass Museum of Art presents a duo exhibition by Rafael Domenech and Ernesto Oroza “Hialeah Eléctrica – Metavector” through October 10.
"Between Life and Non-Life" by teamLab at Superblue in Miami features several works by the interdisciplinary collective of artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians, and architects.
Superblue Miami presents an immersive installation by Es Devlin, entitled "Forest of Us."
MOCA North Miami is presenting “Michael Richards: Are You Down?” through October 10.
“Heat Transfer,” an exhibition of new paintings and drawings by Bhakti Baxter is on view at Nina Johnson in Miami through July 31.
ARTECHOUSE continues its 2021 exhibition programming with “Aṣẹ: Afro Frequencies."
Janiva Ellis's "Rats" is on view at ICA Miami through September 12.