The Everywhere Studio
Deutsche Bank Sponsors Opening Exhibition of New ICA Miami

Making cutting-edge, challenging contemporary art accessible to as many people as possible— that is the aim of ICA Miami. To this end, the museum’s completely privately funded new building has twice as much room as the old premises with free admission. Concealed behind the spectacular constructivistic façade composed of metal triangles are three floors with 20,000 square feet of exhibition space.  In addition, the museum boasts a generous sculpture garden featuring works by such artists as Allora & Calzadilla and Pedro Reyes.

The new and spacious rooms enable the museum to present large-scale comprehensive thematic exhibitions for the first time. The first one is a Deutsche Bank-sponsored show titled The Everywhere Studio. Encompassing some 100 paintings, sculptures, videos, and installations it illustrates the changing role of the artist’s studio from postwar modern art up to the present day. The studio is more than a place of creative processes and artistic production. Here artists ponder their role in society or test alternative lifestyles – like Andrea Zittel. In Free Running Rhythms and Patterns the artist, who is represented in the Deutsche Bank Collection, explores her own biological time structure. For the project, she lived for weeks on end in a basement studio where she did not know what time of day it was and had no access to clocks, TV, or radio.
 
Alongside classics—Pablo Picasso, Yves Klein, Andy Warhol, and Bruce NaumanThe Everyday Studio presents many discoveries, including Anna Oppermann, who is represented in the Deutsche Bank Collection. An entire gallery room is devoted to one of her large exhibitions from the early 1990s, an impressive ensemble of found pieces, photos, sketches, and personal texts. Commissioned works by young artists such as Neïl Beloufa, Jana Euler, and Yuri Pattison investigate the influence of digitization on artistic production all the way up to the immediate present.

The Everywhere Studio
Until 2/26/2018
ICA Miami