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Hernan Bas: What makes gay art gay?

Internationally renowned painter Hernan Bas discusses the “otherworldly,” audience awakenings, and the implicit meanings depicted in gay art. But the question remains: “What makes gay art gay?” Watch Hernan Bas’s full lecture here.

Manuel Solano: Becoming Masculina

Mexico City-based artist Manuel Solano explores how language articulates the complexity of gender, and how masculinity, identity, and fashion form the foundation for a new video work, Masculina (2018), produced with support from ICA Miami.

Anti-Racism and Justice

Community Resources Promoting Equality

Update: We have updated our lists to include links for celebrating Juneteenth in Miami-Dade. Dear ICA Miami community, In this moment of incredible anguish, we reaffirm that ICA Miami stands in solidarity with the community organizers, activists, and artists who…

Faren Humes, MLK, 2020

Miami filmmaker Faren Humes gathers raw footage from a Martin Luther King Parade in Liberty City, highlighting the joy of community while suggesting the pervasive tensions of post-Civil Rights social relations.

Virtual Summer

Online Learning

ICA Miami's online learning program helps students and lifelong learners of all skill-levels build connections between core curricula and the museum's exhibitions, artists, and collections.

Vivian Caccuri: Gallery Inquiry and Activity

Using artist Vivian Caccuri's installation Mosquito Shrine II from ICA Miami's collection as a starting point, Teaching Assistant Alyssa Panganiban guides students through the process of exploring narrative using symbolism to express an idea, a theme, event, or emotion.

Explore The Collection

Image of Jadé Fadojutimi, A point to pointlessness, 2019
ICA Miami's permanent collection articulates cornerstone moments in the careers of some of the most significant artists of our time.

ICA Miami is Temporarily Closed

Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami. Photo: Iwan Baan
While our galleries remain closed due to COVID-19, learn more about our newest digital initiatives, community resources, and more.

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