The globally touring exhibition “The World of Anna Sui” is on view at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale through October 3. This iteration of the American fashion designer’s retrospective features exclusive Biba dresses and a Ken Scott ensemble. Sui muse Jane Holzer loaned the latter. The pop-up shop also sells exclusives—a reissued top and dress in Sui’s 2017 Florida Sunshine print.
Alternative art space Locust Projects presents two new shows. Miami- and Berlin-based artist GeoVanna Gonzalez invites viewers to interact with her site-specific installation “HOW TO: Oh, look at me” in the main gallery. The body’s sense of absence is the central theme for the project room’s group show “Disembodied.” Lorna Simpson, Jillian Mayer and Nicole Salcedo (pictured work) are among artists.
The Norton Museum of Art has organized the first survey of Colombian artist María Berrío for the eighth installment of its Recognition of Art by Women series. “María Berrío: Esperando mientras la noche florece (Waiting for the Night to Bloom)” explores feminine ideals amid lush landscapes and domestic interiors with magical realism elements. Her large-scale collages often incorporate Japanese paper.
Janiva Ellis, a California-born, rising star in the art world—whose works have been shown at the Whitney Biennial and the New Museum, as well as collected by the Whitney and the Rubells—landed her first solo museum exhibition. Organized by and on view at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, “Janiva Ellis: Rats” features new paintings created over the past year.
Vincent Van Gogh’s works are known for staggering auction results, and now the 19th-century Dutch painter is being embraced by a whole new audience in the digital age. Viewers are able to dive into his world during “Beyond Van Gogh: An Immersive Experience” through massive digital projections of his iconic masterpieces. The activation opens April 15 at Miami’s Ice Palace Studios.