The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami hosts a members’ reception for two exhibits on November 1. “Larry Bell: Time Machines,” pictured, is his first comprehensive museum survey in nearly two decades. On view through March 10, 2019, it features his iconic cubes, large-scale, transparent glass installations and rarely seen “immersive environments.” A representative of West Coast minimalism and the Light and Space Movement, he’s among a group of artists that uses surface materials and architectural forms as a means of expression rather than decoration. A complimentary conversation with LA-based curator, writer and teacher Jan Tumlir occurs on November 3, at 2 p.m. Mexican artist Manuel Solano’s first solo museum show in the U.S., “I Don’t Wanna Wait For Our Lives To Be Over,” also debuts through April 14, 2019.
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