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PechaKucha Night Miami #40 THE MAGIC OF NEW BEGINNINGS
January 27 | Get inspired by 8 remarkable humans presenting under the format of PechaKucha, 20 slides x 20 seconds amazing stories of the Magic of New Beginnings. We are thrilled to go back to our house at The Light Box. We can't wait to see you there. Due to COVID protocols, tickets are limited to comply with the reduced capacity of 50% of the theater.
Prelude to 2100 @ Deering Estate
Running February 3rd - February 6th (no Saturday performance) | Imagine the future. Set in 2050, Miami’s famed museum-park, the Deering Estate, has been converted into a residential complex made up of tenants who have been displaced or retreated from different parts of the world due to climate change. The public is invited to visit the property and learn about their way of life.
Skin: Living Armor, Evolving Identity @ Frost
October 8th - April 3rd | Skin is what keeps our insides in and the outside out, protecting us from the elements, and showcasing to other animals and people who and what we are. Discover the properties of skin across an array of organisms and examine the meaning humans have associated with skin color in Skin: Living Armor, Evolving Identity, a bilingual, multi-sensory exhibition having its East Coast premiere at Frost Science.
Hreinn Fridfinnsson: For the Time Being @ MOAD
November 6th - May 1st | Spanning six decades, this first American museum exhibition of the influential work of Hreinn Fridfinnsson highlights the artist’s use of minimal gestures to transform everyday materials into poetic, allusive, and revelatory works of art.
Jorge Pardo: Mongrel @ MOAD
November 6th - May 1st | Mongrel, a site-specific installation by the Cuban American artist Jorge Pardo, features a new series of quasi-abstract drawings along with modernist chairs, custom-fabricated chandeliers, and a carpet designed by the artist in MOAD’s expansive Skylight Gallery. The immersive exhibition poetically conjures the artist’s own history and biography, including his childhood memories as a refugee, processed with his family in the facility that now houses the museum—the historic Freedom Tower itself.
Loriel Beltrán: Constructed Color @ MOAD
November 6th - May 1st | Constructed Color, an exhibition by Loriel Beltrán, the Miami-based Venezuelan American artist and alumnus of the New World School of the Arts at MDC, features recent paintings. Affixing slabs of layered paint, sliced from blocks hardened in boxlike molds, to panels, the artist creates innovative abstract works of dazzling opticality and metaphorical density.
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