• Support us on Give Miami Day

    Mark your calendars! Give Miami Day is back and more essential to our community than ever before! If ever there was a time to stand up for Greater Miami, it’s now.
    Donate to the Coral Gables Museum on November 18th to help us continue creating the exciting programs and exhibitions in the coming year!

  • The Caribbee Club: Juan Henriquez; Versión del Codo

    Frank Lynn Gallery | August 23 – November 8, 2021

    This exhibition gathers a selection of paintings by local contemporary artist Juan Henriquez. In the works, the organic, energetic strokes of a rich palette and loose compositions contrast with the titles, made up of very concise phrases, often imbued with humor. As mini stories, they open a window to the artist’s universe of references and widen the spectrum of associations in the mind of the viewer. Henriquez says: “The sequence of actions in the work’s execution is a string that holds itself together. Spots and strokes are shaped and coupled, creating a gestural and visceral narrative of my daily life and my immediate pleasure. Color adds sound and creates graphical situations in which I immerse myself expecting a more narrative than aesthetic result.“

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  • Beauty and Value: Works by Carlos Alberto Fernández

    Gallery 109 and Anthony R. Abraham Family Gallery | July 29 – November 8, 2021

    This exhibition is comprised of recent paintings and sculptures by Coral Gables-based artist Carlos Alberto Fernández. A master of transparency, color, and light, Fernandez has long been fascinated by birds and flowers. In his most recent series, he combines circular formats and numismatic language in works that resemble coins. With them, he prompts us to reflect on the relationship between aesthetic beauty and monetary value in art as a whole.

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  • Watercolors and Bronzes: Richard Saul Wurman

    Carole A. Fewell Gallery | August 6 – November 8, 2021

    This exhibition will encompass a selection of watercolors and bronzes by American architect and graphic designer Richard Saul Wurman. Throughout the show, the Carole A. Fewell Gallery will be turned into a lounge area where artworks will be in dialogue with design furniture. Copies of Vitra’s 1967 classical Panton Chair will be randomly arranged in the space and will serve as a backdrop for a series of wireless-mic conversations with presenters in different fields. This program, in the style of Mr. Wurman’s conferences, will be organized by the Museum in collaboration with Mr. Wurman and Books & Books.

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  • Twilight Fridays at the Museum

    As part of Coral Gables Gallery Nights, join us each first Friday of the month from 6-10 pm for free admission to the Museum, Open Mic Night with Florida Guitar Foundation, live music, and more!

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  • Family Day on Aragon

    Join us each Second Saturday of the month from 3-6 pm for free outdoor activities, live performances by our Artists in Residence, and new surprises each month for the whole family to enjoy!

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  • Gables Bike Tours - Third Sunday of the month

    Join us for fun, educational bicycle tours through The City Beautiful. Each tour offers a different theme and route! Tours start at the Coral Gables Museum and include museum admission. Bike tours are presented by Bike Walk Coral Gables in partnership with the Coral Gables Museum. You will need to bring your own bike. Helmets are required for children under 16.

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  • “Creating the Dream” Exhibition Tours

    Each Saturday at 1:00 PM, the Museum offers a guided tour by a local expert of our ‘Creating the Dream’ exhibit.

    The tour lasts about an hour and describes how George Merrick arrived in South Florida’s wilderness at the age of 13, and how he first of all dreamed, and eventually built the ‘City Beautiful’, America’s first and most successful planned city. The tour also features the museum building itself which was originally the city fire station, police station, courthouse, and jail

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    In collaboration with the Julio Larraz Foundation
    December 1, 2021 – April 30, 2022

    Despite being vastly exhibited locally and internationally, this exhibition will be the first museum retrospective of the artist. The show brings to the public eye a great selection of works from private and public collections throughout the country, as well as the artist’s archives and pieces that integrate his private collection, in an effort to represent all mediums and key time periods of his life and oeuvre. The work on view spans from his early days in New York, as a caricaturist for major newspapers and magazines such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Vogue, to the drawings, paintings, and sculptures made in New Mexico, Paris, and Florence, as well as in Miami, where the artist currently lives and works.

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Our online initiatives with topics ranging from fun educational activities to online exhibits and artist conversations will continue along with our on-site programming. Check back regularly for new classes, activities, films, and more!

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