Exhibitions

Inaugurated in November 1995, this ongoing exhibition is periodically updated with works from The Wolfsonian collection.   [  MORE   ]
During the 1930s, American artists covered the walls of public buildings all across the country with murals meant to display the nation’s history and ideals.   [  MORE   ]
August 13 2016 - January 29 2017
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August 18 2016 - January 22 2017
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August 26 2016 - November 08 2016
Thoughts on Democracy: Freedom to Vote 2016   [  MORE   ]
October 07 2016 - April 16 2017
The Pursuit of Abstraction   [  MORE   ]
November 18 2016 - June 11 2017
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November 18 2016 - June 11 2017
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May 26 2016 - August 14 2016
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February 25 2016 - May 24 2016
Examining U.S.-Cuba relations in the early twentieth century, this installation traces American foreign policy from Theodore Roosevelt’s “big stick” diplomacy and push for...   [  MORE   ]
November 21 2015 - July 31 2016
Polish-born artist Feliks Topolski traveled to the USSR in 1941 with a British transport convoy. There, he recorded scenes showing the formation of the Polish Army behind...   [  MORE   ]
November 13 2015 - May 08 2016
Margin of Error explores cultural responses to mechanical mastery and engineered catastrophes of the modern age—the shipwrecks, crashes, explosions, collapses, and novel...   [  MORE   ]
November 06 2015 - January 31 2016
The history and spirit of South Florida lie at the heart of Orange Oratory, a glowing neon sculpture suspended within the museum’s iconic Bridge Tender House in a visual...   [  MORE   ]
October 16 2015 - February 28 2016
Central and South American flora take center stage in Philodendron, a sprawling exhibition that charts the migration of tropical plants from their native habitats to North...   [  MORE   ]
September 17 2015 - February 21 2016
To celebrate Miami Beach’s centennial, The Wolfsonian–FIU presents three successive exhibitions with works from its library.   [  MORE   ]
July 03 2015 - November 17 2015
The years following the First World War marked Miami’s first major period of expansion, spurred on by construction of the city’s first skyscrapers, including the Miami News...   [  MORE   ]
June 18 2015 - September 13 2015
To celebrate Miami Beach’s centennial, The Wolfsonian–FIU presents three successive exhibitions with works from its library.   [  MORE   ]
June 12 2015 - September 30 2015
Displayed throughout The Wolfsonian’s lobby, reproductions of promotional photographs reveal the legacy of Miami Beach developer Carl G. Fisher (1874–1939)—a self-made...   [  MORE   ]
Comprised of graphic works that express ideals at the core of American democracy.   [  MORE   ]