Primary Projects (PRIMARY) is pleased to announce Autumn Casey’s “Balancing Infinity, While Hanging Upside Down. Watching Lovers Fall from Grace, Underneath the Ground,” premiering during Miami’s leading international art week. The occasion marks Casey’s second solo exhibition with PRIMARY, and showcases sculptural, installation works, and seventy-eight (78) 2-D collage inspired by A.E. Waite and Pamela Coleman Smith’s 1910 tarot deck, famously known as the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot Deck.
Miami New Drama officially begins its 2017 season with the American premiere of Terror. Directed by two-time Tony Award-winning Director Gregory Mosher, with Artistic Direction from Co-Founder Michel Hausmann. Miami New Drama brings the American adaptation and translation of this German play stateside. Acclaimed international drama casts the audience as jurors, while Colony Theatre’s stage transforms into a courtroom. The storyline follows a pilot facing trial after she has shot down a hijacked commercial flight headed for a crowded stadium. Her fate is in the audience’s hands. To further the show’s interactive quality and to track the theatrical trial’s verdict, audiences can check statistics of votes on http://terror.theater. The statistics show the distribution of audience votes of “guilty” and “not guilty” as the play unfolds. For more information go to: http://www.colonymb.org/terror.
Pink Noise: Flexing the Frequency, on view at Girls' Club, demonstrates the prevalence of the feminine association of the color pink in contemporary art and life. Works by contemporary artists in the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz - and beyond - embody the current ambivalence about pink, either embracing it and amplifying its message or rejecting it as limiting, outdated and trite. The artists in Pink Noise produce works in a diverse range of media: photography, painting, performance, fiber art, drawing and sculpture. The more than 30 artists re-define traditionally "female" topics such as motherhood, performance, identity and objectification with a skeptical and discerning eye; and take on new topics once considered outside the female domain.
Fort Lauderdale History Museum kicks off ‘Reinterpreting the Pioneer through Outsider Art’ - a three-month exhibition exploring distinctive culture through the lens of noted self taught artists and Creatives making art outside of conventional society. Leaders from academia join the conversation discussing art, architecture, design and discovering the beauty of the vernacular here in South Florida. Panels and presentations of visual art, archaeology, architecture/design, dance, theater, literature and more!