Charles LeDray at the Bass Museum
Charles LeDray creates miniature yet proportionate sculptures of everyday objects.
Tiny suits, miniature ceramic vessels in towering vitrines, hand-embroidered baseball caps, Charles LeDray’s work is a poetry of material, scale, and cultural resonance rich with history and emotion. This Friday, the Bass Museum of Art (2100 Collins Ave., Miami Beach) hosts the opening reception from 7-9 p.m. for an exhibition by the New York based artist, which will feature four of the sculptor's major works. Curated by Adjunct Curator Steven Homes, the show includes LeDray's celebrated piece "Mens Suits" (pictured), which the artist meticulously labored over for three years to create the tiny jackets, shirts and trousers. Regular museum hours are noon- 5 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday; admission is $8, $6 seniors & students, free for members, basspass members, Miami Beach residents and children under 6.
See and Do
- DWNTWN Art Days 2015 this weekend
- Schmooze Over Miami teaches history through a theatrical pub crawl
- PAMM Third Thursdays: Poplife Social featuring Million Young
- Russian pianist plays Wynwood on Friday
- Siempre Flamenco hosts Cafe Cantante at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center
- The Rhythm Foundation's Dance Band Night kicks off with The French Horn
- What if Works presents Chekhov's 'The Cherry Orchard'
- A more modest ‘Anything Goes’ docks at the Broward Center
- Little Havana Visitor Center opens on Calle Ocho
- Bayfront Park upgrades summer lineup in downtown Miami