Accessible Art: Bob Adelman's Civil Rights era photography at NSU Museum of Art, Lynne Golob Gelfman's new exhibit at Dimensions Variable, and plenty of bling at the Norton in West Palm
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 with MLK Jr.'s nephew, see one of Miami's best abstract painters, and look back at famed jewelry by David Webb
Civil Rights Photography
“The Movement: Bob Adelman and Civil Rights Era Photography” opens Saturday, Jan. 18 at NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale with a special reception from 6 – 8:30 p.m. commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Remarks begin at 5 p.m. by Isaac Newton Farris, Jr., Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s nephew, and Shirley Franklin, the former mayor of Atlanta who was the first African American mayor of a southern city. Adelman, a renowned photojournalist, documented poignant moments throughout the 1960s and 100 of his most important black-and-white and color images will be on display for viewers to revisit the years of struggle he captured. Free and open to the public. 1 East Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Reservations required: 954-262-0296 or email@example.com.
Lynne Golob Gelfman
Dimensions Variable in downtown presents Miami-based abstract painter Lynne Golob Gelfman’s “trued surface” through Feb. 23 at 100 NE 11th St., Miami. Gelfman’s new work is informed by her investigation in mark making with textiles, paint, and canvas that began in the 1970s and can be seen in “thrugreen 2” in the Americana Gallery at the Perez Art Museum Miami. dimensionsvariable.net or 305-607-5527.
Learn how to collect art at the Williams McCall Gallery on Saturday, Jan. 18 from 6 – 7 p.m. with insight from Christine McCarthy, the executive director of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum in Massachusetts. Seating is limited. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. 110 Washington Ave., CU-3, Miami Beach; williamsmccallgallery.com or 786-359-4321.
The Norton Museum of Art hosts a preview for designer David Webb’s exhibition “Society’s Jeweler” on Wednesday, Jan 15 at 10 a.m. at 1451 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach. The first retrospective of the famed American jewelry designer, whose creations are linked to the wild spirit of the 1960s and early 1970s, opens to the public on Thursday, Jan. 16 and runs through April 13. norton.org or 561-832-5196.
Mystery Dates for MOCA
Local collectors host dinners at their homes in support of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) for “Mystery Dates” seventh consecutive year on Saturday, Feb. 1. Among the hosts this year are George Sanchez Calderon, Lizzie Dascal, Jessica and Elliot Dornbusch, Lorena and Evelio Gomez, Raul Guijarro de Pablo, Nina Johnson-Milewski and Daniel Milewski, Kathryn and Dan Mikesell, and Marcella and Daniel Novela. Tickets are on sale for $200 per person at 305-893-6211 or mocanomi.org. Members of the MOCA Shakers receive a $50 discount.
- A Weekend for Wynwood: Wynwood Life Street Festival is April 25 - 27
- PAMM’s ‘Caribbean: Crossroads of the World’ exhibit is tumultuous and thought-provoking
- Accessible Art: Tour current exhibits in Fort Lauderdale with Arts Encounters, attend the first Downtown Miami Arts + Science Salon, celebrate 25 years at Young Art Museum in Davie, and join story time at PAMM
- Accessible Art: Acclaimed sculptor El Anatsui takes over the Bass Museum of Art, Miami artist Bhakti Baxter explores geometry at Gallery Diet, Virginia Overton and Wangechi Mutu exhibits open simultaneously at MOCA, ArtCenter/South Florida celebrates 30th
- HistoryMiami street art exhibit is hot, hot, hot in downtown Miami
- Accessible Art: University of Miami graduate student Carolyn Kay Chema unveils “Curiosities” in Wynwood, explore PAMM for free on Saturday, see photography by Mary Ellen Mark in Coral Gables, and get tickets for Locust Projects' Spring Fling
- ‘ArtScape’ highlights art scene in Miami Beach’s Collins Park neighborhood
- Muse of the month: Artist Agustina Woodgate
- Accessible Art: Celebrations at Frost Art Museum, Machine Project video screening at PAMM, open call for high school students and MFA candidates at Locust Projects, and sign your kids up for a summer of art in Fort Lauderdale
- Young painter Kai Guetta depicts iconic rappers as royalty for solo exhibition at Lulu Laboratorium in Wynwood