Past Exhibitions

May 09 2013 - June 02 2013
Five unique books created by fifth grade students will be on display in the lobby of The Wolfsonian–Florida International University from Thursday, May 9 through Sunday, June...   [  MORE   ]
January 24 2013 - April 14 2013
Race and Visual Culture under National Socialism is an exhibition that uses ordinary objects to reveal how the Nazi Party in Germany promoted the idea of a racially pure...   [  MORE   ]
November 29 2012 - April 21 2013
Through new works of video, audio, and photography, this project gives image to the often unseen figure of the worker whose labor fabricates the physical world.   [  MORE   ]
November 29 2012 - November 20 2013
Untitled ([construction of good]) is a site-specific installation by Miami-based artist Bhakti Baxter on view in The Wolfsonian Bridge Tender House from November 29, 2012.   [  MORE   ]
November 15 2012 - March 31 2013
This exhibition explores a selection of “artists’ postcards” from 1907 to 1919 made by the Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna Workshop).   [  MORE   ]
October 17 2012 - January 13 2013
Material and Meaning explores the expressive and functional potential of different kinds of clay, and the varied design and production processes employed to make finished...   [  MORE   ]
June 15 2012 - December 16 2012
Periodical illustrations and books from the Caribbean phase of the Spanish-American War explore how the American and British public formed a visual impression of the war.   [  MORE   ]
June 15 2012 - December 15 2012
In the late 1930s, the Moore-McCormack Company marketed their Good Neighbor Fleet—the SS Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay.   [  MORE   ]
May 11 2012 - September 09 2012
Presents a comprehensive overview of the diverse visual strategies employed by government agencies, community activists, grassroots organizations, and motivated citizens to...   [  MORE   ]
February 15 2012 - November 15 2012
The posters and other advertisements demonstrate a variety of visual strategies and techniques used by designers in the twentieth century.   [  MORE   ]