Picks of the Week: Art Exhibits, Film and More...
Explore the Arts and more this weekend with our top event picks!
BAILEY CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER: CAMOUFLAGE - PATTERNS OF DISRUPTION
Through September 23rd
Patterns of Disruption curated by Lisa Rockford brings together a group of diverse artists that utilize the language of “camouflage,” via colorful amalgamations of prints, patterns, textiles, and minimalist aesthetics to represent their unique voices. As camouflage has been used for self-protection by manipulating and disguising materials, patterns, and coloration for concealment, these artists have similarly created complex compositions with contradictory combinations and plays of figure and ground. More event details here.
(Photo: Patterns of Disruption)
BROWARD ART GUILD: ART SQUARED EXHIBIT
August 7th at 4:30 pm
You don’t have to be square to see this exhibit but you will see artwork in square and cubed formatting. Paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, mixed media, and jewelry will be on display. Stop by to meet the artists and cast your ballot for the People's Choice Award. More event details here.
CORAL GABLES ART CINEMA: CINEMA PARADISO 35MM
August 10th at 7:00 pm
Celebrating the birthday of Steven Krams, founder of Coral Gables Art Cinema
This one-night only screening of the Oscar-winning tale of a young boy enchanted by the flickering images of his hometown movie theater is a birthday tribute to Steven Krams and a fundraiser to help ensure a bright future for Gables Cinema. More event details here.
FROST ART MUSEUM: TESORO - PEPE MAR’S LOVE LETTER TO THE FROST
Through December 31, 2023
In Tesoro, Pepe Mar—an artist who marries a broad range of visual references and personal obsessions spanning art, fashion, queer history, and Mexican culture—has created an installation drawn from the Frost Art Museum’s collection. More event details here.
HISTORY OF DIVING MUSEUM: DIVING IN POP CULTURE
Through December 31st
Visit the Museum to see representations of diving in literature, advertising, film, television, games, music, attractions, collectibles, and more, while examining connections amongst these works. From Reap the Wild Wind to Wes Anderson’s homage to Jacques Cousteau in Life Aquatic, there is something for everyone in this fun new exhibit. More event details here.