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HAPPENINGS FILM & ART MARCH 13–AUGUST 31 EDOUARD DUVAL-CARRIÉ: IMAGINED LANDSCAPES Haitian-born, Miami-based artist Edouard Duval-Carrié presents a series of new works. Known for his innovative adaptions of traditional Haitian iconography, which he engages to address contemporary social and political conditions, Duval-Carrié presents large-scale paintings and sculptures executed entirely in black and silver glitter. www.pamm.org APRIL 11–AUGUST 10 GRAVITY AND GRACE: MONUMENTAL WORKS BY EL ANATSUI Contemporary artist El Anatsui converts found materials into a new type of media that lies between sculpture and painting, combining aesthetic traditions from his birth country, Ghana; his home in Nsukka, Nigeria; and the global history of abstraction. www.bassmuseum.org APRIL 18–AUGUST 17 CARIBBEAN: CROSSROADS OF THE WORLD This exhibition highlights over two centuries of rarely seen works — from paintings and sculptures to prints, photographs, installations, films and videos. With over 150 objects, the exhibition features a range of diverse media depicting images of and about the region. www.pamm.org APRIL 23–AUGUST 3 MONIKA WEISS: SUSTENAZO (LAMENT II) This video considers the contemporary contexts of apathy, indifference, invisibility and historical amnesia within the public forum. Although a specific war crime motivated the artist to communicate the devastating effects of totalitarian invasions, lament is the carrier of the emotional states of grief and sorrow endured by humanity throughout time. thefrost.fiu.edu MAY 6–SEPTEMBER 14 PROJECT GALLERY: SHAHZIA SIKANDER Raised in Pakistan and currently working in the United States, Sikander’s drawings, paintings, videos and largescale wall installations came to prominence in the ’90s within the context of identity politics and serve as an ironic comment on Western preconceptions of her cultural origins. www.pamm.org JUNE 18–AUGUST 24 SCHOOL OF NIGHT: ARTURO RODRIGUEZ Drawings were inspired by the personal experience of the artist who feels that between midnight and dawn his surroundings acquire different dimensions. The project is a collaboration with nine poets whose verses are based in his drawings and together form a book. thefrost.fiu.edu JUNE 27–SEPTEMBER 28 I HAVE SEEN THE FUTURE: NORMAN BEL GEDDES DESIGNS AMERICA Bringing together some 200 never-before-seen drawings, models, photographs and films of theater sets and costumes, housing projects and appliances, airplanes and automobiles, this exhibition underscores that Norman Bel Geddes sought nothing less than the transformation of American society through design. www.wolfsonian.org JULY 12–OCTOBER 26 SIMON MA: MA-HORSE One of China’s most well-known and internationally acclaimed artists, Simon Ma blends eastern and western techniques in a multi-media exhibit inspired by the late Chinese artist Xu Beihong and the symbolism of the horse in the Chinese Year of the Horse. thefrost.fiu.edu 24 july/august 2014 southfloridaluxuryguide.com


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