At Tunnel Projects, a small room in a basement parking lot in Little Havana, artist and architect Cornelius Tulloch (see his Locust Projects show above) will curate the group show “Woven Ecologies,” centered on the enmeshed relationship between humanity and Miami’s built and natural environments.
Artist-run space Collective 62 will present “Archipelagic Narratives of Female Metamorphosis,” curated by art historian Aldeide Delgado. The show is an ode to Miami’s diaspora, honoring life rituals, fantastical imagery, natural environments, and political bodies guiding transformation and change.
The Historic Hampton House in Brownsville will explore the meaning of refuge and congregation with the exhibition “Gimme Shelter,” curated by ARTnews Top 200 Collector Beth Rudin DeWoody, Zoe Lukov, Maynard Monrow, and Laura Dvorkin.
At Iris Photo Collective (IPC) Arts Space, “Defiance: Open Resistance, Bold Disobedience” will delve into the roots of protests with an excellent lineup of photographers and artists curated by Carl Philipe Juste.
At Miami Beach’s Regional Library, “The Vasari Project” will trace Miami’s art history from the 1970s to the present, while also exploring new perspectives in the archives with a lineup of artists and photographers.
And don’t miss “Sidney Maubert’s “Queen of the Swamp,” an installation at AIRIE Nest Gallery that acknowledges Miami’s Bahamian history and its vital ties to the cultural geography of Caribbean and Southern aesthetics, its second activation at Greenspace, Miami.