The philosophical thinking about ‘aesthetics’, especially within mainstream philosophy, presents itself as an esoteric engagement with a very limited number of masterpieces in a very limited variety of genres/forms. Yet, aesthetics is of fundamental concern to all, shapes our understandings of self and others and deserves integration into our present-day »
Art Talk: Virginia Overton Sat. May 31, 2 pm Non-members: $10, Members: Free Virginia Overton will discuss her most recent projects and inspiration for “Flat Rock”, her first solo-museum exhibition in the U.S. with MOCA Interim Director and Chief Curator Alex Gartenfeld. Originally from Tennessee, Overton has been featured in over »
Art Talk: Wangechi Mutu and Trevor Schoonmaker Friday, April 18, 7 pm Non-Members: $10 Members: Free Wangechi Mutu is considered one of the most inventive and critically-engaged artists of her generation. Her multi-faceted work captures 21st century global sensibilities by addressing issues such as race, gender and power. She will discuss »
Art Talk: Dan Graham Part of Video Container: Museum as Method Saturday, March 29, 2 pm RSVP required. Limited seating. On March 29, 2014, the museum will present an Art Talk with Dan Graham in conversation with Alex Gartenfeld, MOCA’s Interim Director and Chief Curator. Dan Graham will screen and »
Collector to Collector: Conversations at MOCA Saturday, March 23 11 am – 4 pm Sunday, March 24 1 pm – 4 pm Leading art collectors who have played a key role in the history of contemporary art in Miami will share their experiences and insight into building a personal collection in »
Friday, November 2, 7 pm ART TALK: Dr. Claudia Calirman “Brazilian Art Under Dictatorship” Free with Museum Admission Tickets for this event are no longer being sold online, please purchase remaining tickets in person the day of the event Dr. Claudia Calirman, 20th Century Latin American art historian and author, »
Art Talk / Ragnar Kjartansson Artist Ragnar Kjartansson will talk in-depth about his work, life experiences, and Scandinavian issues as part of MOCA’s Art Talk Series.
Culture After Disaster: Haiti After the Earthquake Panel Discussion This is the first in a series of discussions focusing on the impact of natural and man-made disasters on culture and the role artists play in the aftermath of abrupt ruptures with the past. Panelists will discuss what was lost culturally »