2016 Exhibition Schedule
Featuring a Full Roster of Debut Solo U.S. and International Museum Exhibitions
The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami today announced its dynamic exhibition schedule for 2016, featuring a full season of major solo American and international museum presentations that champion highly influential and under-recognized contemporary artists. As the ICA Miami moves forward with the construction of its new permanent home, set to open next year, the 2016 season reflects the museum’s commitment to providing a dynamic and critical platform for the most innovative and experimental artists working today.
“This is an exciting time for ICA Miami as we build on our first year of cutting edge programming and look ahead to the possibilities offered by our new permanent home,” said Ellen Salpeter, Director of ICA Miami. “The exhibitions planned for 2016 reflect the museum’s role as an important resource for contemporary art in the Miami region and its critical voice in advancing new scholarship on under-recognized contemporary artists.”
Alex Gartenfeld, Deputy Director and Chief Curator, added, “This year’s exhibitions feature artists at crucial points in their careers and production. We are organizing landmark exhibitions by legendary figures like Thomas Bayrle and Ida Applebroog, who have influenced generations and are making some of their most exciting work today. Simultaneously, we will present the first official solo exhibition for Renaud Jerez anywhere in the U.S. Exhibitions highlighting mid-career artists like John Miller and Laura Lima will demonstrate their significance in the international field through new and never-before-seen works, while a show for self-taught New Zealander Susan Te Kahurangi King will demonstrate the genius and prescience of her work.”