Past Exhibitions

August 13 2016 - February 26 2017
Tony Garnier's Une Cité Industrielle (1904–17) is one of the most remarkable attempts to reimagine the modern city. A prominent French architect, Garnier spent more than...   [  MORE   ]
May 26 2016 - August 14 2016
Two sports, boxing and baseball, helped build connections between Cuba and the United States from 1915 to 1959. Cuban and American boxers squared off against each other in...   [  MORE   ]
May 06 2016 - August 21 2016
Through photographs, posters, and promotional ephemera, Promising Paradise: Cuban Allure, American Seduction revisits the past relationship between the United States and Cuba...   [  MORE   ]
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   ]