November 19, 2021–April 24, 2022
The Wolfsonian–FIU @ 1001 Washington Avenue
Aerial Vision explores how early 20th-century inventions—airplanes and skyscrapers, each considered the embodiment of human achievement and a harbinger of a better tomorrow—sparked an era of remarkable creativity and new systems of seeing the world. Met with awe and excitement, both technologies introduced novel approaches for living, working, and traveling and opened up previously inaccessible vertical perspectives to modern spectators, from artists and designers to urban planners and everyday office workers. This exhibition of paintings, posters, furniture, and more draws from the Wolfsonian collection to examine these heightened positions of power and privilege, revealing connections between newly available viewpoints and their impact on the artistic imagination.
Aerial Vision is made possible by Bradesco BAC Florida Bank and the Arthur F. & Alice E. Adams Charitable Foundation.
The Wolfsonian-FIU admission is free for Florida residents. Ticket and visiting information may be viewed on their website: click here.
Free Fridays, 6–9pm every week
Wednesday–Sunday: 10am–6pm (Friday 9pm)