Past Exhibitions

June 04 2013 - October 08 2013
At 803 feet long and 146 feet high, the Hindenburg, a Zeppelin built in Germany and completed in 1936, was the largest aircraft ever built. It included passenger cabins, a...   [  MORE   ]
May 17 2013 - September 29 2013
Modern Meals examines how people in the U.S. began eating foods that were mass-produced in the first half of the 20th century. Images and artifacts from The Wolfsonian’s...   [  MORE   ]
May 17 2013 - September 29 2013
Women in Motion focuses on increased participation for women in sports and other kinds of physical activity in the early 20th century, as strides were made towards political...   [  MORE   ]
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   ]