Dec. 2 – Dec. 5

CARLOS SALAS: Latin America and the Global Imagination Public Opening Reception: Wednesday, 12.02.15 | 7–10pm   MOCA PROJECT GALLERY: Carlos Sandoval de Leon | Untitled (Limpieza) Public Opening Reception: Wednesday, 12.02.15 | 7–10pm     MOCA CONTEMPORARY DIALOGUES: Thinking at the Limits A Conversation with Carlos Salas Thursday, 12.03.15 | 4–6pm   MOCA »

Carlos Salas Global Imagination Opening

Wednesday, 12.02.15 | 7–10pm

  CARLOS SALAS: Latin America and the Global Imagination Public Opening Reception Wednesday, 12.02.15 | 7–10pm Carlos Salas has been engaged in a range of activities and initiatives in art-making and discoursing: painting, sculpting and writing to tackle head-on the sorry state of the human condition. His work is a »

Carlos Salas Bio

Carlos Salas (1957) Carlos Salas studied architecture at the Universidad de los Andes (University of the Andes) in Bogotá, Colombia, and painting at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, France. His work is firmly anchored in the Latin American abstract tradition with long lines recalling scarifications, large rectangles filled with »

Carlos Sandoval de León | Untitled (Limpieza)

WEDNESDAY, 12.02.15 | 7–10PM

Opening Reception WEDNESDAY, 12.02.15 | 7–10PM   Carlos Sandoval de Leon is a visual practitioner with a propensity to assemble and construct three dimensional objects that allude to ritual, economy, landscape and personal narratives. Sandoval de Leon’s choice of materials are informed by his travels and cultural lineage. He is »

Saturday, 12.05.15 | 6pm

Saturday, 12.05.15 | 6pm  ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL LECTURE:  Latin America in the Twenty First century:  A Perspective By Professor George Yudice, University of Miami The 2015 International Lecture focuses on the concepts of de-territorialization and imagined communities to rethink the dynamics of movements and social networks in the era of globalization. »

Thursday, 12.03.15 | 4–6pm

Thursday, 12.03.15 | 4–6pm Thinking at the Limits: A Conversation with the Carlos Salas As part of the problematic of the “local-global” dialectic, the 2015 MOCA Contemporary Dialogues stresses the relationship between art, otherness and the altermodern. This conversation examines the question of Latin American art in its relationship to the »

MOCA MOVING IMAGES: En el Taller Film Preview

Friday, 12.04.15 | 6–9pm

Friday, 12.04.15 | 6–9pm En el Taller  Film Preview Director Ana Salas Some time ago I received a letter from my father in which he announced that he was suffering from chronic leukemia — an incurable disease. Reading it, I saw his death. I decided to return to Bogotá, from »

Turning Inward Book Launch

Dec. 4

On December 4th, MoCA presents a discussion with Abraham Adams, John Miller., and artist collective Lou Cantor. The talk will centre on the topics explored in the essays collected in the book Turning Inward (2015, ). The publication, edited by Lou Cantor and Clemens Jahn, is composed of works by writers including Miller, »

Art History Lectures for Educators and the Public

Nov. 21 | 2pm | Modern and Contemporary in African and East Asia Art

Issues in Modern and Contemporary Art and World Culture Instructor: Dr. Adrienne von Lates, Assistant Director for Education Saturdays at 2PM • $5 per class. Free for members, North Miami Residents, and City of North Miami employees Art teachers may register with the district for professional development credits.Reading list provided »