A decade of work
“You Make Me Sick: I Love You,” a solo exhibition spanning a decade of work by Miami-based artist Antonia Wright is on view at Spinello Projects, 2930 NW 7th Ave., Miami, through May 3. Curatorial advisor Tami Katz-Freiman organized video, photography, and sculpture by three themes throughout the gallery: gender politics, bodily endurance, and extreme emotion/action in the public sphere. spinelloprojects.com or 786-271-4223.
Feast on this opportunity
FEAST Miami (Funding Emerging Art with Sustainable Tactics) is accepting proposals for art projects through Thursday, March 27. The meals-based mico-funding project, co-founded by Chef Loren Pulitzer of Meals That Heal and curator Susan Caraballo, hosts pop-up dinners at art venues to provide financial support for new and emerging creative work. Guests give a minimum donation for the dinner, vote for their favorite, and the money raised funds the winning art project. The first FEAST Miami is Sunday, April 27 at Miami Light Project in Wynwood with organic and locally-sourced ingredients. feastmiami.org.
HistoryMiami gets edgy
HistoryMiami’s newest exhibition, “Some Like it Hot,” curated by Miami-based artist Brandon Opalka, spotlights Miami’s street art scene with exclusive works in the form of studio art, visual design, and graffiti by local trailblazers of the genre — 2alas, Lo Castro, George Sanchez-Calderon and the MSG crew. 101 W. Flagler St., Miami. Monday through Saturday 10 – 5 p.m. and Sunday noon – 5 p.m. Free for members and children under 6, adults $8, seniors and students $7, $5 for children 6 – 12. historymiami.org or 305-375-1492.
A retrospective of Miami Herald photojournalist Carl Juste’s work from his 25-year career opens at Archbishop Curley Notre Dame Prep on Saturday, March 29 at 7 p.m. as part of the school’s 60th Anniversary Artist Alumni Series. Images from Juste’s past exhibits at the ACND Gallery of Art such as “Cachao,” 2007; “Havana & Haiti,” 2008; and “Invictus: Haiti Unconquered” will be included. Closes April 30. 4949 NE 2nd Ave., Miami; acnd.net or 305-751-8367.