OCTOBERTo Oct. 12 -- Jack King. Mixed media sculptures. Portraits of the Golden Age of Jazz. Photographs by William P. Gottlieb. Eissey.To Oct. 14 -- Alterego. Artwork by the most recent crop of Artists-in-Residence: Trisha Brookbank, Monica Hernandez, Eurydice, Barbara Rivera, Jen Stark, Agustina Woodgate and David Zalben. ArtCenter.To Oct. 14 -- Shock Treatment. A site-specific installation by local artist Pepe Mar. Culture.To Oct. 15 -- Eduardo Lacayo. Works by the Nicaraguan artist. Not Pop-ups: The other illustrated books, ephemera and graphic designs of Vojtech Kubasta. Library (Main).To Oct. 27 -- FAU Biennial Art Faculty Exhibition. Schmidt.To Oct. 19 -- Nauticals. Photographs. Schot.To Oct. 20 -- Annual Faculty Exhibition at the Colaciello & Greenfield Galleries. Armory.To Oct. 20 -- What a Fun Guy: The Mushroom Show. Original art and vintage mushroom memorabilia from local and national artists. Bear.To Oct. 20 -- Contemporary Latin American Art X. BCC.To Oct. 26 -- ArtBravo. Works in all mediums. ArtServe.To Oct. 28 -- Positions in Context: 2007 Cifo Grants Program Exhibition. Ten Latin-American artists and grant recipients display works. Cifo.To Oct. 28 -- Artist Quest. Works by guild members. Coral.To Oct. 28 -- National Collage Society 23rd Annual Juried Exhibit. More than 100 diverse collages and assemblages. Metrotextural: Art Quilts by the Manhattan Quilters Guild. A touring show of 21 quilts celebrating New York City's architecture and urban scenes. Cornell.To Oct. 31 -- Architecture and Colombia and the Sense of Place. Photos and graphics show the relationship of architecture with the landscapes of Colombia. Library (North Regional/BCC).To Nov. 1 -- 30th Annual Faculty Show. AIFL.To Nov. 4 -- Conflicting Currents: Aspects of American Art. American painting and printmaking between 1920 and 1950. Guillermo Trujillo: Panamanian Master. Primordial and mythical landscapes and narratives by the 20th century painter. Boca.To Nov. 12 -- Karen Kilimnik. 15 years of painting, drawing, photography, sculptural installations and objects and theatrical spaces. MoCA.To Nov. 17 -- Scherer & Ouporov: One Voice. Icons, mixed media and photography. Coral Springs.To Nov. 19 -- Landscapes. Photographs. Schot.To Nov. 8 -- Artists Guild of the Palm Beaches: Fall exhibit and sale. Northwood.To Nov. 10 -- FAU Faculty Biennial Exhibition. Ritter.To Nov. 10 -- Surfing the International Print World. Prints from Australia, The Netherlands, Japan and the United States. Williams.To Nov. 11 -- Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons: Everything Is Separated By Water. Major works by the Afro-Cuban artist. Bass.To Dec. 2 -- Art Student League of New York: Highlights of the Permanent Collection. More than 70 works reflect art movements of the past 125 years. Afro-Cuba Works on Paper, 1968-2003. Prints and drawings by Afro-Cuban artists from the island. Lowe.To Dec. 2 -- The Culture of Tea: Shared Experiences, Individual Expressions. Installation artist Mari Omori leads workshops and produces an exhibit of writings, fiber arts and film that reflect community and nature. The Whimsical World of Banko Ware Teapots. Sculptural shapes and molded features depict flowers, birds, sea creatures, mammals and human figures. Morikami.To Dec. 9 -- California as Muse: The Art of Arthur & Lucia Mathews. A major retrospective of artworks, furniture and decorative objects by two 20th century California artists. Norton.To Dec. 16 -- Craig Kucia: many sundays were spent talking of rockets. The Miami-based artist shows complex and vividly colored paintings. Culture.To Dec. 16 -- Autumn Splendor. An installation of Chinese brush paintings featuring the moon and other symbols of the fall season. Norton.To Dec. 19 -- Eloquent Vistas: The Art of Nineteenth-Century American Landscape Photography from the George Eastman House Collection. More than 70 images culled from across America beginning in the 1850s to the turn of the 20th century. Flagler.To Dec. 31 -- Boom Shaka Laka Laka: The Lagoon Series. Paintings and signed and numbered lithographs by Tom Everhart. Jack.To Jan. 5 -- Royo: Ingravidos. Large-scale spiritual and figurative paintings. Coral Springs.To Jan. 7 -- The Quilts of Gee's Bend. Four generations of African-American women from Alabama display 70 original quilts. MusArt.To Jan. 20 -- Water Stories. Explores interaction with water in South Florida during the past 10,000 years with interactive displays. SoFla.To Jan. 26 -- Facades: Expression and Architecture in American Society. Twentieth century photographs by Mitch Epstein, Lewis Hine, Annie Leibovitz, Jerome Liebling, Mary Ellen Mark, Jewel Stern, Andy Sweet and Marcia Walkenstein. Bass.To Jan. 26 -- Robo Bugs! Invasion of the Giant Insects. Robotic insects 40 to 600 times bigger than real ones. MusDis.To Jan. 28 -- Rob Storter: Art of the Everglades. Thirty original drawings and three-dimensional carvings by the folk artist and fisherman. SoFla.To Feb. 10 -- Agitated Images: John Heartfield & German Photomontage, 1920-1938. Wolfsonian.To April 13 -- The Other Half: Women Artists in the Collection. Works by 20th century and mid-career women artists, such as Jennifer Bartlett, Isabel Bishop, Rosemarie Castoro, Emily Cheng, Elaine De Kooning, Janet Fish, Nancy Graves, Louise Nevelson, Miriam Schapiro, Kiki Smith and Anne Tabachnick. Boca.Oct. 11-14 -- Southern Handcraft Society Craft Show. Davie.Oct. 11-Jan. 9 -- Delray Art League exhibit. A multi-media show featuring works by regional artists. Cornell.Oct. 12-Dec. 9 -- Florida Artist Series: Pip Brant -- The Flying Carpet and Other Reusables. Solo exhibition presents the artist's most recent fiber-based, socio-political work. FIU.Oct. 13-Nov. 10 -- Brian Reedy: Things to Come. New drawings and mixed media. Andy Gambrell: Deleted Scenes. New paintings. Dorsch.Oct. 13-Nov. 9 -- Emil Chendea. Lawrence.Oct. 19-Nov. 25 -- Reverie+Revolt. Collage works made by contemporary artists. ArtCenter.Oct. 19-Nov. 24 -- Seminoles Look Back: Our People in Postcards. A traveling exhibit from the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum. Davie.Oct. 19-Nov. 2 -- Art Knows No Disabilities. Works by disabled individuals. Expo.Oct. 19-Jan. 4 - Going Green. 9Muses.Oct. 20-Nov. 18 -- Christiaan Lopez-Miro: Smoke and Mirrors. The Cuban-American photographer shows eerie portraits of magicians from Hollywood's famed Magic Castle. Culture.Oct. 20-Dec. 29 -- Pablo Cano: Viva Vaudeville. The artist's 10th annual musical marionette production and exhibit is inspired by turn-of-the-century vaudeville and features puppets made with found objects. MoCA.Oct. 21-Jan. 20 -- Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller: The Killing Machine and Other Stories. The Canadian artists use sound and voice, opera, film, literature, B-movies, rock music and radio broadcasts to make 10 audio installations. MAM.Oct. 22-May 23 -- Boomtime Boca: Boca Raton in the 1920s. Photos, graphics, artifacts and furniture that depict the city in the early 20th century. Historical.Oct. 24-Jan. 6 -- Medieval and Renaissance Treasures from the V&A. Medieval and Renaissance works dating from the late Roman Empire to about 1600, in ivory, wood, bronze, metalwork and stained glass, as well as manuscripts. Norton.Oct. 25-Jan. 8 -- Americana Series: An Exhibition of Books and related items from the collection of Carol Fitzgerald. Library.Oct. 27-Nov. 17 -- Custom painted skulls of all types and original skull-related artwork by a large group of South Florida artists. Bear.
NOVEMBERNov. 1-Dec. 7 -- Member's Juried Exhibition. Watercolors. PBW.Nov. 1-Dec. 14 Razza. "Gearilla" works and mixed media selections. BCC.Nov. 1-Nov. 30 -- Architecture and Colombia and the Sense of Place. Photos and graphics show the relationship of architecture with the landscapes of Colombia. Library (West Regional).Nov. 2-Jan. 13 -- Enrique Martinez Celaya. The Delray Beach-based artist shows five large-scale oil-and-wax paintings inspired in part by the poems of Nobel laureate Harry Martinson. MAM.Nov. 3-Dec. 1 -- Members Show. Pembroke.Nov. 5-30 -- Alumni Exhibition. Professional work from graduates. AIFL.Nov. 5-Jan. 7 -- Fine artists at Fort Lauderdale Historical Society. Bonnet.Nov. 5-Dec. 16 -- Memory: Works by Roz Jacobs. Includes the premiere of her multimedia work The Memory Project. Rosen.Nov. 6-Dec. 8 -- Images. Juried shows of two and three dimensional original works in oils, pastels, acrylics, mixed media, wood, glass, metal, bronze, stone, clay, collage, photography and digital imagery. Guild.Nov. 8-Dec. 22 -- Assemblages by Terry Thommes; University of Tampa, STUDIO-f Collection of Monoprints; Christine Federighi: Sphere of Influence. Armory.Nov. 8-Jan. 20 -- The Wonderful World of Oz. Extensive collection of Wizard of Oz memorabilia, posters, original and replica costumes and props and images from author L. Frank Baum's 15 books. Cornell.Nov. 10-Dec. 7 -- Robert Dorman Miniatures. Lawrence.Nov. 10-Jan. 20 -- Chimneys and Towers: Charles Demuth's Late Paintings of Lancaster. Norton.Nov. 10-Jan. 26 -- Delicatessen. Twenty emerging and established artists, including Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Shazia Sikander, Boyce Cummings, Roxy Paine, Jim Hodges and Cristina Lei-Rodriguez, display art made from ordinary materials. Schmidt.Nov. 12-Feb. 7 -- National Association of Women Artists: Winter Exhibit and Sale. Northwood.Nov. 12-Jan. 4 -- Holiday Member Showcase. ArtServe.Nov. 14-Jan. 13 -- Gods and Heroes: The Painting and Sculpture of Sandro Chia. Bronze sculpture and oil paintings by the Italian artist. Boca.Nov. 16-May 11 -- Fashioning the Modern French Interior: Pochoir Portfolios in the 1920s. Prints and other images from early 20th century design. Wolfsonian.Nov. 17-Sept. 7 -- A series of photography exhibitions, drawn from 160 prints donated by Mrs. Irene Hunter and made by important 20th century photographers. Norton.Nov. 17-Jan. 24 -- John & Yoko: A New York Love Story. Fine art photographs of John Lennon and Yoko Ono by Allan Tannenbaum. Williams.Nov. 24-Dec. 28 -- Artwork sized 8x10 or smaller by local and national artists. Bear.Nov. 28-Jan. 6 -- Miami Contemporary Artists: Creating a Scene. A survey of visual artists who shape Miami's place in the international art world. ArtCenterNov. 30-Jan. 6 -- Georges Le Bar: Microwave of Mascara. Paintings. Culture.Nov. 30-March 31 -- Inspired by China: Contemporary Furnituremakers Explore Chinese Traditions. Two dozen furniture designers from North America and China display works alongside the antique Chinese pieces that inspired them. MusArt.Nov. 30-Dec. 8 -- Fall BFA Exhibition. Ritter.
DECEMBERDec. 1-31 -- Breaking the Waves. A group exhibition of drawing, sculpture, paintings and new media. Dorsch.Dec. 1-Dec. 31 -- Architecture and Colombia and the Sense of Place. Photos and graphics show the relationship of architecture with the landscapes of Colombia. Library (Southwest Regional).Dec. 1-Jan. 6 -- Made In China: Export Porcelain from the Leo & Doris Hodroff Collection at Winterthur. Four Arts.Dec. 1-July 31 -- The Art of the Seminole and Miccosukee Indians. FourArts.Dec. 1-April 6 -- Herzon and De Meuron's Miami Art Museum. More than 20 drawings and models by the renowned architects depict the future Museum Park. MAM.Dec. 4-Jan. 5 -- Alternate Perceptions: Other Views of the Landscape. Graphic designer and instructor Rosanne Gibel and video production alumnus Jeremy Trilling. AIFL.Dec. 4-March 3 -- Jorge Pardo: House. The Los Angeles sculptor blends art, design, architecture. MoCA.Dec. 5-Feb. 24 -- Promises of Paradise: Staging Mid-Century Miami. Architecture, urban planning and the design and decorate arts of mid-century Miami, with works by Morris Lapidus, Alfred Browning Parker, George Farkas, Frederick Rank, Kay Pancoast and Fran Williams. Bass.Dec. 5-Feb. 17 -- Fortunate Objects: Selections from the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection. Art in a variety of media by international emerging and established artists. Cifo.Dec. 6-March 22 -- Enoc Perez. More than 40 canvases made during the past seven years use silkscreen and painting techniques to depict subjects culled from postcards and photos. MoCA.Dec. 7-Jan. 25 -- Professional's Amateur Art exhibit. Davie.Dec. 7-8 -- Ceramic Art Show and Sale. Eissey.Dec. 8-Jan. 11 -- The Works of Richard Sklar. Lawrence.Dec. 11-Jan. 12 -- Images. Juried shows of two and three dimensional original works in oils, pastels, acrylics, mixed media, wood, glass, metal, bronze, stone, clay, collage, photography and digital imagery. Guild.Dec. 18-March 16 -- Untamed Beauty: Tigers in Japanese Art. Twenty paintings mounted as hanging scrolls and folded screens show how Japanese artists of the Edo Period depicted tigers. A Pride of Lions: More Untamed Beauty in Japanese Art. Drawn from the museum's own collection, sculpture, paintings, props for folk dance and toys are marked with images of lions. Morikami.Dec. 21-Jan. 20 -- BFA Fall 2007 Exhibition. FIU.
JANUARYJan. 1-30 -- Architecture and Colombia and the Sense of Place. Photos and graphics show the relationship of architecture with the landscapes of Colombia. Library (South Regional/BCC).Jan. 3-Feb. 6 -- Industrial Design: Products, Toys and More. 2D and 3D models, perspectives and designs by industrial design students. AIFL.Jan. 5-Feb. 9 -- Age of Myths. Original artwork inspired by the Greek myths and made by local and national artists. Bear.Jan. 5-26 -- Stirling Road Library Show. Pembroke.Jan. 7-Feb. 17 -- A multimedia group show featuring contemporary Israeli artists. Rosen.Jan. 8-Feb. 22 -- Celebrations of Diversity. Works by women artists. Eissey.Jan. 8-Feb. 8 -- Best of ArtBravo! Works in all mediums. ArtServe.Jan. 10-Feb. 22 -- Artists Seminoli: Paintings and sculpture by Elgin Jumper, Jessica Osceola, Sam Tommie, Gordon O. Wareham and Pedro Zepeda. BCC.Jan. 11-Feb. 17 -- Picturoplois: Phase Two. Michelle Weinberg, Elisabeth Condon and Neil Bender make polymorphous paintings with tape, paint, papier mache and cut-and-paste techniques. ArtCenter.Jan. 11-Feb. 7 -- Naked Truths. Photography. Schot.Jan. 11-April 4 -- Getaways. 9Muses.Jan. 12-Feb. 2 -- Put You on a Pedestal. Drawing, sculpture, paintings and new media by Ralph Provisero, Andrew Binder, Bethany Pelle, Robin Griffiths and more. Dorsch.Jan. 12-Feb. 14 -- The Works of George Rusovick. Lawrence.Jan. 12-March 25 -- Great Escapes: Boating, Fishing and Outings. Chinese paintings, ceramics and photographs spanning the 13th century to the early 20th century. A Show of Hands: Photographs and Sculpture from the Buhl Collection. Contemporary art and photography from more than 100 artists. Norton.Jan. 12-March 14 -- Changing Styles: A Retrospective of Paintings and Prints by William Bock spanning 1981-2008. Williams.Jan. 15-April 13 -- Untamed: The Art of Antoine-Louis Barye. Bronze animals, models, rare working models, paintings, drawings and other sculptures by the French Romantic artist. Flagler.Jan. 15-Feb. 23 -- Images. Juried shows of two and three dimensional original works in oils, pastels, acrylics, mixed media, wood, glass, metal, bronze, stone, clay, collage, photography and digital imagery. Guild.Jan. 16-March 15 -- Peter King and Zinia Marin. The artists-in-residence display ceramics and collaborate on a huge, free-standing gateway with sound. Coral Springs.Jan. 18-Feb. 17 -- Tawnie Silva: I'm Not Through With You. Installation. Culture.Jan. 18-May 4 -- Amazing Reptiles: Real & Robotic. MusDis.Jan. 19-Feb. 24 -- The Baroque World of Fernando Botero. Paintings. Four Arts.Jan. 24-Feb. 23 -- Master Artist Workshop Exhibition; Close to the Skin: Juried Works of Jewelry and Personal Adornment. Armory.Jan. 26-April 27 -- Degas in Bronze: The Complete Sculptures. More than 70 works cast posthumously in bronze from Degas' original composite and wax models. Tiffany Studios: The Holtzman Collection. Glass, pottery, lamps, vases, bronzes, silver and jewelry crafted in luminous glass. Boca.Jan. 26-March 8 -- South by East: Contemporary South-eastern Art. Artists from eight Southeastern states. Ritter.Jan. 28-March 2 -- Bonnet House Fine Artists. Bonnet.Jan. 31-March 30 -- Timekeeping Through the Ages: Antique Clocks. Early American and European clocks, novelty clocks and watches from the 17th and 18th centuries. Gathering of Kuumba. The eighth annual multimedia showcase of art by regional African-American and Caribbean artists. Cornell.
FEBRUARYFeb. 1-28 -- Architecture and Colombia and the Sense of Place. Photos and graphics show the relationship of architecture with the landscapes of Colombia. Library (Northwest Regional).Feb. 3-June 23 -- The High Style of Dorothy Draper. Drawings, sample books, vintage photos, furnishings and products from the life and career of one of America's best known interior designers. MusArt.Feb. 8-29 -- Broward Art Educators Association. AIFL.Feb. 8-March 28 -- Going, Going, Gone! Mid-Century Modern Architecture. From the Broward Trust for Historic Preservation, a collection of photographs featuring the playful and futuristic details of post WW2 buildings in Broward. Davie.Feb. 8-May 18 -- Wifredo Lam in North America. Paintings by the Afro-Cuban artist while living and working in Paris and Cuba in the first half of the 20th century. MAM.Feb. 8-April 5 -- South by East: Contemporary Southeastern Art. Artists from eight Southeastern states. Schmidt.Feb. 8-March 6 -- Vintage Photography. Schot.Feb. 9-March 1 -- Rene Barge. Paintings. Dorsch.Feb. 11-May 23 -- Artists Guild of the Palm Beaches: Spring exhibit and sale. Northwood.Feb. 15-March 13 -- North and South. Works by Michael Ringer. Lawrence.Feb. 16-March 16 -- Mark Mothersbaugh Solo Show. Featuring the Postcard Diaries gallery tour by a founding member of new wave geek-rockers Devo. Bear.Feb. 16-March 30 -- Women Only! In Their Studios. Works by 20 culturally diverse women artists, including Jennifer Bartlett, Elizabeth Catlett, Ann Hamilton, Grace Hartigan, Jenny Holzer and Miriam Schapiro. Lowe.Feb. 22-March 30 -- KX2=ART. Jeweler Ruth Avra and painter Dana Lynn Kleinman collaborate with metalwork & oil painting to create multi-paneled installations. ArtCenter.Feb. 23-June 15 -- Alexander Calder Jewelry. 100 objects, including necklaces, bracelets, pins, earrings and crowns. Norton.Feb. 23-June 1 -- Native Arts of the Northwest Coast: The Paul and Joan Gluck Collection. More than 200 pieces from the region span the late 19th century to modern day, including totem poles, ritual masks, pipes, drums, rattles, jewelry and bowls. Seminole Arts from the Florida Collections. Seminole art from several Florida museum collections of patchwork, beadwork, silverwork, basketry and dolls. First Arrivals. Regional artifacts dating to 10,000 B.C., including stone spear points, wooden clubs, pottery, shell tools, pendants and a canoe. SoFla.Feb. 26-March 22 -- Coral Springs Artist Guild exhibit. Coral.Feb. 26-March 9 --Images. Juried shows of two and three dimensional original works in oils, pastels, acrylics, mixed media, wood, glass, metal, bronze, stone, clay, collage, photography and digital imagery. Guild.Feb. 28-April -- Cecilia Luesa. Paintings. BCC.Feb. 29-March 30 -- Lou Anne Colodny: 442 (Installation and Video). Culture.Feb. 29-May 25 -- Exploding the Lotus. South Asian artists address issues from the region, including war, feminism and spirituality. Culture.Feb. 29-June 29 -- Melanie Smith with Rafael Ortega: Parres Trilogy. MAM.
MARCHMarch 3-April 13 -- Art 2008: Biennial Juried Art Show. Rosen.March 5-31 -- Member's Showcase Exhibition. Watercolors. PBW.March 4-April 2 -- Milman/Ivanova. Art by two textile and fashion design instructors. AIFL.March 6-April 5 -- Evoking Identity: The Sense of Self; Mad Hatter's Tea Party Exhibition. Armory.March 6-April 21 -- Impressions of Old South Florida. Annual juried art exhibition and sale. Bonnet.March 7-April 10 -- Wild Life Photographers. Schot.March 8-April 5 -- Claudia Scalise. New paintings. William Keddell. New Stereographs. Dorsch.March 8-April 13 -- Raoul Dufy: A Celebration of Beauty. Four Arts. March 14-April 3 -- MFA 2008. FIU.March 14-April 10 -- Sailing Vessels. Works by Robert Payet. Lawrence.March 17-April 30 -- Pembroke Pines & Hollywood Art Guilds Joint Show. Pembroke.March 20-June 20 -- Bonnet House Fine Artists at Cornell Museum. Bonnet.March 20-April 5 -- Juried Student Exhibition. Ritter.March 21-May 11 -- Pivot Points: MoCA's Tenth Anniversary Collection, Part 1. Contemporary artworks from the museum's permanent collection. MoCAMarch 28-May 24 -- George Rodrigue: Blue Dog. Landscapes and paintings of people and the popular azure canine. Coral Springs.
APRIL April 1-May 3 -- Images. Juried shows of two and three dimensional original works in oils, pastels, acrylics, mixed media, wood, glass, metal, bronze, stone, clay, collage, photography and digital imagery. Guild.April 1-May 31 -- Paths That Connect: Japanese Woodblock Prints from the Andrews/Shoeer Collection. Ukiyo-e prints from the 18th and 19th centuries. Morikami.April 2-April 27 -- Coral Springs Artist Guild Juried Exhibition. Coral.April 3-June 21 -- Everything's a Portrait: The Watercolors of Dean Mitchell. Time Remembered. Mixed media by the Bonnet House Fine Artists Group. Cornell.April 4-June 4 -- 34th Annual Student Show. AIFL.April 4-May 4 -- What Are You Laughing At? David Leroi, David Hevel, Scott Listfield, Leslie Hall and Abby Manock consider absurdity in art through installation, painting and performance. ArtCenter.April 5-May 3 -- Elisabeth Condon. New paintings and drawings. Dorsch.April 10-23 -- Annual Student Show and Sale. Armory.April 10-April 24 -- Eco-Art Expo. ArtServe.April 10-30 -- Year in Review. Photographs. Schot.April 11-May 30 -- Everglades Environmental Student Art Exhibition. Davie.April 11-30 -- Marine photographs by Marc Furth. Lawrence.April 11-May 11 -- Jay Ore: Skygarden. Installation and light boxes. Culture.April 11-July 3- Flora & Fauna. 9Muses.April 12 -- 9th Annual Great Art Affair. Coral Springs.April 12-June 15 -- MFA Exhibitions; UM Art Department Faculty: William Carlson: habet et musca splenem. Lowe.April 12-June 28 -- Pivot Points: MoCA's Tenth Anniversary Collection. MoCA.April 18-Aug. 31 -- Unbroken Ties: Dialogues in Cuban Art. Paintings, photos, video, graphics and installation by 40 contemporary Cuban artists. MusArt.April 18-May 3 -- Spring BFA Exhibition. Ritter.April 18-July 26 -- MFA Exhibition. Schmidt.April 19-July 20 -- In the Hands of African American Collectors: The Personal Treasures of Bernard and Shirley Kinsey. More than 90 objects, including slave owners' documents, paintings and books, representing African-American art, culture and history. Norton.April 19-Aug. 31 -- Highlights: African American Art from the Norton Collection. Mixed media collage, oil, photography and sculpture by Jacob Lawrence, Gordon Parks, Faith Ringgold, Alison Saar, Betye Saar, Thermon Statom, Bob Thompson and others. Norton.April 23-July 20 -- Artists and Subjects: From Picasso to Pousette-Dart. Twenty works from the museum's permanent holdings. Boca.April 24-Aug. 24 -- Studio Art Club Juried Exhibition. BCC.April 25-May 4 -- BFA Spring 2008. FIU.April 30-May 23 -- Stars, Stripes and Abstracts. ArtServe.
MAYMay 1-24 -- Artist-in-Residence Showcase 2008. Armory.May 1-30 -- 2008 Photojournalism. Schot.May 6-June 7 -- Images. Juried shows of two and three dimensional original works in oils, pastels, acrylics, mixed media, wood, glass, metal, bronze, stone, clay, collage, photography and digital imagery. Guild.May 7-June 22 -- In the Eye of the Beholder: Selections from the Art Galleries at Gallery Center. Appropriating The Past: From Analytical to Irrational. Works from the museum's permanent collection explore Neo-Expressionism and related styles by Helen Frankenthaler, Keith Haring, Jules Olitski, Larry Poons, Paul Reed, Sean Scully and Frank Stella among others. Boca.May 23-June 22. Damian Rojo: Feeling Small. Installations, photo and video. Culture.May 31-Sept. 8 -- Sympathy for the Devil: Art of Rock and Roll since 1967. About 100 works consider the con-vergence of visual arts and rock and roll culture. MoCA.
JUNEJune 1-30 -- Abstracts. Photographs. Schot.June 6-Aug. 1 -- Illustrators Illustrations. Diverse forms of illustrations by students and guest artists. AIFL.June 6- Aug. 15 -- American Folk Art. On loan from the Horton Collection. Coral Springs.June 7-Aug. 10 -- Nathan Sawaya: The Art of the Brick. The New York artist displays 30 works created from LEGO bricks. Child's Play. Irreverent and playful works by Guerra de la Paz, Adriana Farmiga, Venessa Monokian and William John O'Brien. Culture.June 12-July 3 -- La Milagrosa: Photographs by Jacek Gancarz. Armory.June 13-Aug. 1 -- Sixth Annual Juried Art Exhibition. Davie.June 17-Sept. 21 -- Kuruma: The Wheel in Japanese Life and Art. Japanese waterwheels, spinning wheels, carpenters' snap-lines, mortars and toys, as well as textiles, paintings, prints and ceramics. Morikami.June 21-Aug. 17 -- Salon Summer. Paintings and works on paper by a selection of gallery artists. Williams.June 28-Nov. 2 -- Excavating Egypt: Great Discoveries from the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology. A trove of antiquities, photographs, excavation notes and personal journals. Eternal Egypt: Photography from the Permanent Collection. Long-ago images of the Nile Valley. Lowe.
JULYJuly 2-Sept. 7 -- 57th Annual All Florida Juried Competition and Exhibition. The state's oldest juried exhibition. Boca Museum Artists Guild: Biennial Members Exhibition. Boca.July 3-Aug. 30 -- 15th Annual All Florida Juried Fine Art Exhibition. Transformations 07: Reverberations. A juried international exhibit featuring 24 quilts from the Connecticut based Studio Art Quilt Associates. Cornell.July 10-Aug. 2 -- Joy of Creativity/Very Special Arts. Armory.July 11-Aug. 10 -- Vanessa Tomchik: Green Screen Series, Recent Paintings. Culture.July 11-Oct. 3 -- Emotions. 9Muses.July 23-August -- Summerart Youth Collaborative Projects. Museum school students ages 6-11 display large-scale collaborative projects in painting, collage, sculpture and found-object assemblage. Boca.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun