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miguel calderón in the world’s game: fútbol and contemporary art

pérez art museum miami - miami
april 13 – september 2, 2018
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miguel calderón, the world’s game: fútbol and contemporary art, pérez art museum miami, miami, 2018.

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miguel calderón, the world’s game: fútbol and contemporary art, pérez art museum miami, miami, 2018.

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miguel calderón, the world’s game: fútbol and contemporary art, pérez art museum miami, miami, 2018.

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miguel calderón, the world’s game: fútbol and contemporary art, pérez art museum miami, miami, 2018.

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miguel calderón, the world’s game: fútbol and contemporary art, pérez art museum miami, miami, 2018.

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miguel calderón, the world’s game: fútbol and contemporary art, pérez art museum miami, miami, 2018.

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miguel calderón, the world’s game: fútbol and contemporary art, pérez art museum miami, miami, 2018.

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miguel calderón, the world’s game: fútbol and contemporary art, pérez art museum miami, miami, 2018.

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miguel calderón, the world’s game: fútbol and contemporary art, pérez art museum miami, miami, 2018.

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miguel calderón, the world’s game: fútbol and contemporary art, pérez art museum miami, miami, 2018.

Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) presents The World’s Game: Fútbol and Contemporary Art, an exhibition dedicated to the intersection of art and the most popular sport in the world—fútbol. On view from April 13 through September 2, The World’s Game: Fútbol and Contemporary Art is an art-based exhibition on the subject of soccer, or fútbol, and its interactions with societies around the world. Planned to overlap with the 2018 World Cup, the exhibition will explore how the sport has stimulated artists to reflect upon its implications on society. The first exhibition of its kind in Miami, it engages with the city’s special passion for the global game.

 

The exhibition will feature 50 works of art ranging from video and photography to painting and sculpture by more than 30 artists including Andy Warhol, Vik Muniz, Maria Lassnig, Kehinde Wiley, Miguel Calderón, Robin Rhode, Taryn Simon, Quisqueya Henriquez, Antoni Muntadas, Melanie Smith, Hank Willis Thomas, and others.

 

Played regularly by more than 240 million people in more than 200 countries, fútbol is considered the most popular sport in the world. PAMM seeks to present the many forms of art connected to and inspired by the game of soccer, in which social, cultural, and political issues of identity, nationalism, globalism, and mass spectacle play out visually. The geographic range represented in PAMM’s exhibition reflects the global reach of the sport, with artists hailing from Argentina, Ghana, Italy, Mexico, and Brazil, in addition to several Miami–based artists.

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