By Monique Jones
By Travis Cohen
By Liz Tracy
By Terrence McCoy
By Morgan Golumbuk
By Ciara LaVelle
By Carolina del Busto
By Michael E. Miller
Bass Museum of Art: Frida Kahlo: Portraits of an Icon, images of the painter by legendary 20th-century photographers, through Feb. 1; Dispersions: A Decade of Art from Spain, contemporary art from the Coca Cola Espana Foundation Collection, through Feb. 22; Judith Schaechter: Extra Virgin, stained glass works exploring social issues, through March 7; Ongoing: Treasures from the Collection of the Bass Museum of Art, paintings, sculptures, and textiles from the Renaissance to the present. 2121 Park Ave, Miami Beach, 305-673-7530.
Miami Art Museum: Museums for a New Millennium: Concepts, Projects, Buildings, drawings, photographs, and original models for 25 contemporary museums including the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Cincinnatis Contemporary Art Museum, and the Milwaukee Art Museum, through Jan. 18; New Work: Jane Antoni and Paul Ramirez Jonas, two collaborative works, Mirror and Always New, Always Familiar, are exhibited, through Jan. 18; Between Art and Life: From Joseph Cornell to Gabriel Orozco, a look at art from the mid-20th Century to the present that is drawn from found objects, including work by Duchamp, Rauschenberg, Rosenquist, and others, through April 4. 101 W Flagler St, 305-375-3000.
Museum of Contemporary Art: No More Lonely Nights, found objects and conversational snippets make up parts of this exhibit by William Cordova, through Feb. 8; Inka Essenhigh: Recent Paintings, includes 16 recent paintings with rarely seen works on paper, through Feb. 15; Richard Artschwager: Painting Then and Now, retrospective exhibit marks artists 80th birthday, through Feb. 15. 770 NE 125th St, North Miami, 305-893-6211.
The Wolfsonian-FIU: Weapons of Mass Dissemination: The Propaganda of War, posters, housewares, books, and more used to rally citizens toward victory in combat, through March 1; Tokyo: The Imperial Capital, woodblock prints by Koizumi Kishio (1893-1945) that detail the transformation of the city into a modern capital, plus complementary photos and documents, through May 2. 1001 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, 305-531-1001.
African Heritage Cultural Arts Center: The Gathering, works exploring family, art, and culture by Beverly Buchanan, Edouard Duval-Carrie, Robert Fitzgerald, Tavare Hill, Deborah Willis, and others, through Saturday, Jan. 10. 6262 NW 22nd Ave, 305-638-6771.
ArtCenter/South Florida: Group exhibition Look at Me Now explores womens power in the world today, Saturday, Jan. 10, through Feb. 15; reception, 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 10. 924 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach.
Artvitam: Rouge, works by a quartet of international artists: Michel Dejos, Guy-Francis Chassant, Renato K, and Georges Le Bar; Affordable Art, works curated by Bianca Lanza, through Tuesday, Jan. 13. 3452 N Miami Ave, 305-571-8342.
Barbara Gillman Gallery: Rosenquist in Florida: Major Prints, works by the renowned Pop artist, through Monday, Jan. 12. 3814 NE Miami Ct, 305-573-1920.
Casas Riegner Gallery: Busface/Cara de Busetas, installation by Ejecutivo Colectivo (Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Rodrigo Facundo, and Ross Rudesch Harley); The Fixer/El Intermediario, installation by Arnaldo Morales in the new project room, through Jan. 17. 25 NE 39th St, 305-573-8242.
Daniel Azoulay Gallery: Tunnel Vision: A Contemporary Visual Odyssey, photographs by Karen Knorr, David Levinthal, Maxi Cohen, Amalia Caputo, and others; Eye Luv You, works by Cerj LaLonde, through Jan. 17. 3900 NE 1st Ave, 305-576-1977.
Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts: I Am an Artist, paintings and drawings by Cassy Smith, through Jan. 31. 3080 SW 38th Ct, 305-774-5969.
Leonard Tachmes Gallery: Vol. 3 No. 2, artists Rebecca Guarda, Norman Liebman, Maritza Molina, Tall Rickards, Leyden Rodriguez-Cassanova, Matt Rush, Frances Trombly, Carlos de Villasante, and Tom Virgin, through Jan. 16. 817 NE 125th St, North Miami, 305-895-1030.
Marina Kessler Gallery: Based on a True Story, photographs by Pablo Cabado; The Joy of Being Sad, paintings by Andres Ferrandis; Diagnosis of the Obvious, installation by Magnus Sigurdarson; reception, 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 10; through Wednesday, Jan. 14. 2628 NW 2nd Ave, 305-573-6006.
Objex Art Space: Gymnasium Lab, the artists of Gymnasium Lab use clay, paint, and found images to explore the mechanics of social control in a capitalist society to the indulgence of theme parks; reception, 8-10 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 10; through Jan. 31. 203 NW 36th St, 305-576-6551.
Paradeisos, Building Three: Interventions in Wynwood, works by Carlos Betancourt; Lama Norlha, Lama Chopal, works by Robert Miller and Anu Karma Chotso, through Monday, Jan. 12. 3620 NE Miami Place, 305-573-7663.
Rocket Projects: Urban Recipes, works by Michael Loveland, Josh Levine, and Raymond Sa exploring the makeup of their neighborhood, Saturday, Jan. 10, through Feb. 28, 305-576-6082 (gallery hours); reception, 6-11 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 10; Post, installation by FeCuOp; Temperate Zone, installation by David Rohn; Fresh Video Lounge, works by Ali Prosch, The TM Sisters, Storm Saulter, and others, through Jan. 31. 3440 N Miami Ave, 305-576-6082.