Past Exhibitions : 2007

December 2, 2006 - January 28, 2007

HUMBERTO CALZADA: IN DREAMS AWAKE

Architectural settings that evoke both the Cuba of his birth and the odyssey of his exile dominate a retrospective exhibition of Miami painter, Humberto Calzada.

February 10 - April 1, 2007

ARCTIC SPIRIT: INUIT ART FROM THE ALBRECHT COLLECTION AT THE HEARD MUSEUM

The exhibition offers a rare look at traditional and contemporary works from the circumpolar region comprised of Siberia, Alaska, Greenland, and the Canadian Arctic, which is inhabited by the Inuit, or Eskimo as they are commonly known. Objects span 2,250 years of artistic creativity, from 250 BCE to the 21st century. Included are wall hangings, prints, drawings, sculpture, carved ivories, masks, and decorated clothing. Maps, photographs, and informative text panels provide contextual information. A Program of ExhibitisUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance and the National Endowment for the Arts.

April 14 - May 27, 2007

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI STUDENTS/MFA EXHIBITION

Annual two-part exhibition features juried works by students and Master of Fine Arts candidates. Organized by the LAM.

CHRISTINE FEDERIGHI: A CELEBRATION IN CLAY

A retrospective exhibition featuring the ceramic work of Christine Federighi honors the distinguished UM Professor of Art.

June 9 - August 26, 2007

CLAY AND BRUSH: THE CERAMIC ART OF CHINA, THE COLLECTION OF THE LOWE ART MUSEUM, UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI

This exhibition will document, for the first time, a cross-section of the Lowe's more than 1,000 Chinese ceramics, from the earliest Neolithic Period through the 20th century. The Lowe’s collection is a unique regional resource to study the historical and stylistic development of Chinese ceramics. Many of the objects in the exhibition have never been exhibited before.

Curated by Brian A. Dursum. Organized by LAM. Funding provided by the Linnie E. Dalbeck Memorial Foundation Trust and the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation.

September 15, 2007 – November 27, 2007

MATERIAL TERRAIN: A SCULPTURAL EXPLORATION OF LANDSCAPE & PLACE

An imaginative, thought-provoking exhibition that explores the uneasy relationship between the natural and constructed world. It features large-scale, mixed-media works by eleven artists, who employ diverse materials and techniques. Organized by International Arts & Artists in collaboration with the Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO.