Art Store recreates at full scale the central core of the last remaining Pearl Paint Art Supply Store in CVC’s Wynwood gallery.
Paola Gracey’s vibrantly colored paintings share formal qualities of line and rhythm with the pours of Morris Louis and Helen Frankenthaler, incorporating ideas and media she has been exploring for over a decade.
“The Best of Bunny” Showcases the Highlights of Bunny Yeagers Photography
Spirit of Place brings together renowned Miami Master Darby Bannard with three outstanding mid-career Miami artists who have long admired his example while evolving their own distinct, highly individual styles that reflect the nature of their environment.
CVC designed a new photography curriculum for Biscayne Nature Center’s month long summer camp for 4th graders that tied into the camp’s science and ecology themes.
Rirkrit Tiravanija’s Asile Flottant is a half-scale replica of the floating asylum barge that Swiss architect Le Corbusier designed in 1929 for the Salvation Army in Paris.
A series of photos that capture the aftermath of the Category 5 storm at Tamiami Airport, among the hardest hit areas of South Dade.
John Bailly presents bold large scale paintings of the city that recast Miami’s emergence as a world class destination.
Mangrove Coast explores the shoreline habitat of South Floridas mangrove studded coast. The photographs in the series span over twenty years, tracking the rebirth of areas that were decimated by Hurricane Andrew in 1992.
CVC celebrates the new film documentary and book on iconoclast artist Clarence John Laughlin (1905-1985) with the first major exhibition of his photographs in over 15 years.
The exhibition features Bannard and six younger painters that form the core of this new group, all of whom have worked in Miami with the benefit of Bannard’s guidance at varying times over the last two decades.
Darby Bannard’s 20th anniversary in Miami with a retrospective exhibition of the bold, color saturated paintings he has made since his appointment as chair of the University of Miami’s Art Department.
Follow the Leader is a monumental installation by Guerra de la Paz, the Miami based artist team Alain Guerra and Neraldo de la Paz. Larger than life figures come together to revel in our multicultural community, and to figuratively find gold under a huge multicolored rainbow made from recycled clothing.
Large scale photographs of Cuba celebrate the inspiring beauty of Cuba’s enchanted and varied landscape. Butcher’s expedition to Cuba took him to places not seen by visitors in over fifty years.
Spider Galaxy is Carlos Amorales’ 400 piece sculpture resembling a spider’s web that was presented during Art Basel with two premier dance performances by Galia Eibenschutz and Atma Dance Company.
Lluis Barba’s and Herbert Mehler’s exhibition of photographs and sculptures that examines popular culture through four centuries of iconic Old Master paintings against a backdrop of the timeless forms of nature.
Clyde Butcher has traveled across the country capturing the majestic drama of our National Parks and open spaces.
Clyde Butcher’s Florida Photography