This coming weekend, Pan American Modernism at Lowe Museum
Latin American & U.S. Art from the Permanent Collection at Lowe Art Museum. Boasting upward of 17,500 objects spanning 5,000 years, the Lowe Art Museum (1301 Stanford Dr., Coral Gables)
Featuring works executed between 1919 and 1979 by artists from 13 countries, the show also addresses how these historic talents influenced one another while contributing to the rise of modernism. On view is everything from the legacy of the Mexican muralists to the development of the Cuban avant-garde and abstract expressionism.
Other sectors cover later, more experimental movements such as op art and minimalism. Lowe’s A-listers range from Wifredo Lam to Man Ray, Amelia Peláez to Adolph Gottlieb, and Gordon Matta-Clark to Roberto Matta. The show runs trough October 13. Admission costs $10.