“Boogey Men” by New York-based artist Hugh Hayden features a series of new monumental works that contend with personal and recent political themes.
Exhibitions On View Now
ICA Miami presents “Shuvinai Ashoona: Drawings,” the artist’s first US museum presentation featuring a series of enigmatic drawings and prints observing the evolution of indigenous Arctic life.
ICA Miami presents "And, perhaps, here, between" by Harold Mendez, whose work engages the long arc of hemispheric history, from ancestral cosmologies to the diasporic knowledges.
Ellen Lesperance’s exhibition “Amazonknights” presents a selection of new and existing paintings and two new sculptures that pay homage to feminist activism.
ICA Channel Digital Commissions
Donut/Phalanx by Rehana Zaman acts as a footnote to a film as yet unmade, involving four years of conversations and film experiments with Black and POC women affected by incarceration.
Dara Friedman’s new digital commission, The Crowning (2021), explores the ancient and ever-renewed form of the spiral through moving images, layering, color, and sound.
Minia Biabiany’s Learning from The White Birds (2021) shares an intimate perspective on the landscapes of the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe and the Dominican Republic.
Uniquely concerned with ethnographic landscapes, Hopinka captures them with a rare intensity that aims to contribute to the development of Native aesthetics within experimental cinema.