YoungArts and MoMA PS1 partner once again, this time to present Zero Tolerance: Miami curated by MoMA PS1 Director and Chief Curator at Large of MoMA, Klaus Biesenbach, with MoMA PS1 Curatorial Assistant Margaret Aldredge. Named for the 1990s policy under which New York City took a tough stance against vice and crime, Zero Tolerance: Miami brings together works by artists from across the globe that address tensions between freedom and control. Following Zero Toleranceâ€™s initial presentation in New York, the exhibition at YoungArts makes these global concerns relevant to Miami by inviting artists whose work reflects issues of political dissidence, urban redevelopment, social policy and gay rights to participate. Taken together, the artists represented in Zero Tolerance: Miami continue YoungArtsâ€™ commitment to cultural vitality while presenting art of a charged and ambivalent nature, responding to concerns specific in place and time.Â The artists in Zero Tolerance: Miami include: YoungArts alumnus Doug Aitken, ACT UP New York, Joseph Beuys, Mircea Cantor, Chimâ†‘Pom, Igor GrubiÄ‡, Sharon Hayes, Deborah Kelly, Amal Kenawy, Yoko Ono, Pussy Riot, Christoph Schlingensief, Voina, and many more. Zero Tolerance: Miami is free and will be open to the public daily December 3 – 7, from 9 AM – 6 PM.