If youve ever found yourself wondering about those in-between spaces we often float through without noticing, then make sure to check out Metrouroboros, Ashley Fords peep into highways, public restrooms, airports, and other nonplaces we pass through with frequency, often without noticing the surroundings. At the University of Miamis Wynwood Project Space (2200 A NW Second Ave., Miami), the artist examines the psychological and sociological impact of these spots on public culture, including a smashing photo that reminds us of Larry Craigs romp in an airport toilet. Call 305-284-2543, or visit as.miami.edu/art.
Those whose interests veer toward figurative anatomical studies should visit Ascaso Gallery (2441 NW Second Ave., Miami), where James Mathisons sculptures of a mans head and disembodied hands will raise eyebrows with their exceptional attention to detail. Also on view are Venezuelan artist Pancho Quilicis beguiling paintings that conjure a landscape of labyrinths and incomplete buildings mixed with semitransparent geometric forms of a futuristic nature. Call 305-571-9410, or visit ascasogallery.com.
Sat., July 9, 2011