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Installation view Robert Gober, 1978–2000, 1978–2000, and Untitled, 1993–1994 (Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami). Photo: Fredrik Nilsen Studio.
Installation view Robert Gober, 1978–2000, 1978–2000, and Untitled, 1993–1994 (Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami). Photo: Fredrik Nilsen Studio.
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Installation view: Hélio Oiticia, "Bólides," 2017. Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami. Photo: Fredrik Nilsen Studio.
Installation view: Hélio Oiticia, "Bólides," 2017. Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami. Photo: Fredrik Nilsen Studio.
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Senga Nengudi, Wet Night — Early Dawn — Scat Chat — Pilgrim’s Song, 1996/2017. Mixed media.
Courtesy the artist, Levy Gorvy, and Thomas Erben Gallery, New York. Photo: Fredrik Nilsen Studio
Senga Nengudi, Wet Night — Early Dawn — Scat Chat — Pilgrim’s Song, 1996/2017. Mixed media. Courtesy the artist, Levy Gorvy, and Thomas Erben Gallery, New York. Photo: Fredrik Nilsen Studio
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Image of Donald Judd, untitled, 1961

Donald Judd: Paintings

“Donald Judd: Paintings” marks the first museum exhibition dedicated to 14 rarely exhibited or published paintings, created from 1959 to 1961, crucial transitional years when the artist was experimenting with form and color in order to further develop his ideas…
Image of Diamond Stingily, How Did He Die, 2016

Diamond Stingily

ICA Miami presents the first solo museum exhibition by emerging New York-based artist Diamond Stingily. Working across disciplines, but with a concentration in sculpture and video, Stingily uses ready-made materials, such as wood doors, chains, and synthetic hair, to create…
Image of Terry Adkins, Divine Mute, 1998

Terry Adkins: Infinity Is Always Less Than One

One of the great conceptual artists of the 21st century, Terry Adkins was renowned for his pioneering work across mediums—including sculpture, performance video, and photography—which were often inspired by or refer to significant black cultural figures who have been under-represented…

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Antonia Majaca: Subjectivity and the Incomputable

If our reality is governed by the aggregate data in which knowledge is always the knowledge of the (short-term) future—a predictive knowledge based on calculable and data—are we indeed facing what Antoinette Rouvroy has called the “end of critique?” “The…
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Germane Barnes: The Agency of Architecture

What is the role of the architect and architecture in today’s intersectional environment? Can the architect, once singularly viewed as the master builder, be held responsible for non-inclusive spaces? Seminar 1: The Role of the Architect Seminar 2: The…

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