Chilean-born artist Roberto Matta was an international figure whose worldview represented a synthesis of European, American and Latin American cultures. As a member of the Surrealist movement and an early mentor to several Abstract Expressionists, Matta broke with both groups to pursue a highly personal artistic vision. His mature work blended abstraction, figuration and multi-dimensional spaces into complex, cosmic landscapes. Matta’s long and prolific career was defined by a strong social conscience and an intense exploration of his internal and external worlds.Â Join The Gallery at Ann Norton Sculpture GardensÂ at 11 am for a guided tour of the exhibition, member & guests reception at 6-8pm.
Thursday, August 30, 1:50pm-9:10pm – AutoNation IMAX Theater, 401 SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale Starting August 30, come celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Marvel Cinematic Universe at the AutoNation IMAX Theater, Florida’s only IMAX with Laser giant screen theater. Exclusively in IMAX, for one week only, enjoy the Marvel Studios’ 10th Anniversary Film Festival August […]
Wednesday, July 10,Â 5:30pm-10pm – Shula Burger, 14917 Lyons Road, Ste. 114, Delray Beach Few South Floridians are a bigger deal than Don Shula. In fact, there is no one more important in shaping the South Florida landscape than Don Shula. It’s your chance to meet the living legend on Wednesday at the Delray Beach Shula […]
Thursday, September 8, 7pm-10pm – Spinello Projects, 7221 NW 2nd Ave, Miami Spinello Projects presents Power-Line, Argentine artist Agustina Woodgateâ€™s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery. Power-Line is an installation of two new critical works â€” National Times and $8.05 â€” that explore timekeeping as labor and value. Power-Line continues a series of works by […]