Miami Art Museum presents the first museum exhibition in the United States of collaborative works by artists Janine Antoni and Paul Ramírez Jonas. The exhibition is comprised of two major installations, including a new sculptural installation created specifically for MAM’s exhibition and Always New, Always Familiar of 2000, a room-sized video installation that consists of sound and images recorded simultaneously from the front and back of a moving boat. Together, the works serve as poetic metaphors for the nature of relationships, stressing separation, union, and the passage of time.
Organized by Miami Art Museum as part of its New Work series of projects by contemporary artists. Curated by MAM Curator Lorie Mertes.
Janine Antoni and Paul Ramírez Jonas are internationally recognized artists
each known for their distinct bodies of work. Less well known is the fact that the pair,
who are married, have been making videos and photographs together since 1999.
The exhibition at MAM is the first museum exhibition in the United States dedicated
to their collaborative works...