February 1, 2014

MYSTERY DATES February 1, 2014  6-8 PM Since arriving on the scene in 2007, Mystery Dates has enjoyed a reputation as Miami’s hottest fundraising event of the season for young patrons of the arts. Hosted by the Shakers, MOCA’s membership group for patrons between the ages of 21 and 45, »


Jan. 8-12, 2014

TRAVEL A LA CARTE/  ART CARTAGENA Jan. 8 -12, 2014 Led by MOCA Chief Curator & Interim director Alex Gartenfeld, sponsored by Leadership Circle Chair Sandra Montenegro. • Visit to Museum of Modern Art, Jim Amaral Exhibition • Historical tour of the city • Visit to Baru Island at a private »

Miami Herald Selected Press

“Emin’s light-filled works weighted with emotion” ANNE TSCHIDA, Miami Herald, January 12, 2014 “When Tracey Emin made a hard landing on the art scene in the 1990s, she left a contrail few could ignore. She was part of the group known as the Young British Artists, who would spark controversy »

Photos – Tracey Emin Dinner Hosted by Phillips

Photos – MOCA+Vanity Fair / Vanity Fair International Party

MOCA Wins Knight Arts Challenge!

MOCA proud winner of a 2013 Knight Arts Challenge grant MOCA has been awarded a $60,000 grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to present a film festival focused on cinema in Nigeria, home to one of the largest film industries in the world. To read more »

Selected Press

“Tracey Emin Lights Up MOCA Miami for Angel without You” Nina Azzarello, designboom, December 4, 2013 “The Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami kicks off Art Basel Miami Beach 2013 with the opening of ‘Tracey Emin: Angel without You,’ the first American exhibition dedicated to the renowned British artist. Comprising »

Selected Press

“15 Highlights You Can’t Miss at Art Basel in Miami Beach 2013″ Ted Loos, Vogue, December,  2013 “All of Miami turns into the world’s most deluxe souk the first week of December, as leading art and design galleries display their most provocative, beautiful, and arresting wares….” Click here to read »

Selected Press
Wall Street Journal

“Neon Confidential” Mary M. Lane, Wall Street Journal, November 29, 2013 “It seems fitting that the first American museum exhibition of Tracey Emin is a display of neon. After all, she made her name in England with brassy artworks such as a tent listing all the names of her bedmates, »