BOCA RATON MUSEUM OF ART
“Martin Schoeller: Close Up” now-March 18: Images of Hollywood stars, politicians, sports figure and celebrities. “Will Barnet at 100: Eight Decades of Painting and Printmaking” March27-May20: More than 50 works celebrating the 100th birthday of the artist.
MORIKAMI MUSEUM AND JAPANESE GARDENS
“Old Techniques, New Interpretations: Japanese Prints from the 1950s to the 21 Century, from the Collection of Paul and Christine Meehan” now-May 6: Two very different practices in the art of printmaking. “Mariko Kusumoto: Unfolding Stories” now-May 6: Japanese artist transforms metal, found objects and ephemera sculptural vignettes.
OLD SCHOOL SQUARE
“Diana Nicosia: The World of Color – Italy, Brazil, France and Kuwait” now-April 15: A retrospective of more than 40 original oil paintings.
HARN MUSEUM OF ART
A Singular Vision: Recent Gifts from the Freundlich” now-June 3: On view for the first time, more than 40 works on paper from 1908-1986. “Sebastião Salgado: World Witness” now-May 27: Salgado’s beautiful photographs have often been at the center of debates regarding the role of aesthetics, ethics and the documentary form.
MIAMI ART MUSEUM
“Focus Gallery: Marcel Duchamp” now-March 18: Exhibition featuring “Suitcase in a Box” and other works. “The Record: Contemporary Art and Vinyl” March 18-June 10: First museum exhibition to explore the culture of vinyl records within the history of contemporary art.
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART/NORTH MIAMI
“Rita Ackerman” March 16-May 6: A survey exhibition examining the artist’s paintings.
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI LOWE ART MUSEUM
““From the Vault: Building a Legacy, Sixty Years of Collecting at the Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami” now-March 25: Exhibition surveys the collection from 1952 to today.
ORLANDO MUSEUM OF ART
“Life Stories: American Portraits Past and Present” now-June 30: Explores how styles and purposes of portraiture have changed over time. “Common Ground: Art of the American Landscape” now-June 30: Brings together paintings and sculptures by artists from the mid-19th century to the present. “Currents in Contemporary Art” now-June 30. “Aztec to Zapotec I” now-June 30: Features more than 180 works made prior to the arrival of Christopher Columbus and the Europeans during the late 15th and early 16th centuries.
MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS CAFE
“Crochet Coral Reef” April 26: A chance to work on the crochet project “Satellite Coral Reef,” free and open to the public.
RINGLING MUSEUM OF ART
“Peter Paul Rubens: Impressions of a Master” now-June 3: Showcases the work of one of the most influential artists of all time. “Deco Japan: Shaping Modern Culture, 1920-1945” now-Sept. 30: Nearly 200 works.
SEAFAIR AT MARINA JACK’S
“Art Sarasota” March 29-April 2: Second annual event, featuring 28 galleries presenting paintings, sculpture, photography, design and art glass aboard the Seafair, docked at the downtown restaurant and marina.