Art to See Right Now in Miami

The Perez Art Museum Miami debuts The Leisure Pit, a site-based installation featuring a new series of work by Nicolas Lobo produced through the immersion by the artist into subjects like the Go-Go dance scene, pirate radio, and illegal drug fabrication, with materials including grape-flavored cough syrup and Napalm. April 16 through December 13, 2015. 1103 Biscane Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132.

Nicolas Lobo, A rebours/Against Nature, 2014. Photo courtesy of the artist and Gallery Diet.

Gallery Diet hosts Mateo Tannatt’s “HORSE,” open from March 13 through May 2, 2015. This is the first solo show of L.A.-based Tannatt’s formal queries of space in video, painting, and sculpture format. 174 NW 23rd Street, Miami, FL 33127.
Studio Agony (Revisited), 2014, Mateo Tannatt. Courtesy of Gallery Diet.

Ridley Howard’s exhibition of recent works, “Nude at Home,” is on view at Fredric Snitzer gallery from March 29 through May 2, 2015. 1540 NE Miami Court, Miami, FL 33132.
Spring Shoes, 2015, Ridley Howard, courtesy of Fredric Snitzer. 

The Pérez Art Museum hosts Iman Issa: Heritage Studies, including works exploring the relationship of objects, language, history, and memory. Isa’s previously existing videos, photos, and objects are reinterpreted with new accompanying texts to explore how historical objects resonate in the present. April 2 through September 27, 2015. 1103 Biscane Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132.
Triptych #4 (detail), 2009, Iman Issa, courtesy the artist and Rodeo, London and Istanbul.

A Jerome Sans-curated exhibition of Peter Marino’s architecture and personal art collection is on view at the Bass Museum through May 17, 2015. The exhibition features commissioned works by artists such as Gregor Hildebrandt, Guy Limone, Farhad Moshiri, Jean-Michel Othoniel, and Erwin Wurm. 2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139.
Installation view. Photo by Luc Castel.

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