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Artist and Curator-led Tours

December 9, 2023
December 9, 2023
Artist and Curator-led Tours

Visión general

Gain a deeper understanding of the art on display and hear directly from the creative minds behind the exhibitions.

  • 10:30 – 11:15 AM: Jamea Richmond-Edwards: Ancient Future tour with MOCA curator Adeze Wilford and exhibiting artist Jamea Richmond-Edwards
  • 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM: Juan Francisco Elso: Por America tour with guest curators Olga Viso and Susanna V. Tempkin.

  • Admission:
    $10 Adults, $5 for youth 12-17, students and seniors. Free for MOCA Members, City of North Miami Residents, and VIP passholders from partner art fairs.

    Please present your MOCA membership card or North Miami ID at the door the day of the event.


Adeze Wilford leads MOCA's curatorial department’s dynamic program of exhibitions that highlight historically under-explored artists and movements, and presents first-museum solo exhibitions for emerging artists. Wilford previously held curatorial positions at the Studio Museum in Harlem, MoMA and the Shed in New York, where she organized Howardena Pindell’s survey exhibition and monograph. Wilford organized "Vernacular Interior" at Hales Gallery (2019), co-organized “Open Call” (2021) and was on the curatorial team for “Tomas Saraceno: Particular Matter(s)” at the Shed. She has contributed to a number of exhibition catalogues including "Fictions", "Black Refractions" and "Young, Gifted and Black" and has participated in numerous panels and juries. She holds a B.A. from Northwestern University in Art History and African-American Studies.

Jamea Richmond-Edwards was born and raised in Detroit, MI. She graduated with a Bachelor of Art degree from Jackson State University in 2004, where she studied painting and drawing, and went on to earn an MFA from Howard University in 2012. Jamea has exhibited her artwork nationally and internationally, including at the Brooklyn Museum, the Delaware Art Museum, California African American Museum, Charles Wright Museum, and Kravets Wehby Gallery. She is a 2018 recipient of the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant.

Olga Viso is the Selig Family Chief Curator and Director of Curatorial Affairs at Phoenix Art Museum (PhxArt) and has over 30 years of experience working both as a curator and a museum administrator. She previously served as executive director of the Walker Art Center (2007–2017) and spent 13 years as director and curator at the Smithsonian Institution’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC. She is an emeritus member of the Association of Art Museum Directors, was an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s Fellow in Residence 2019–2020 and served on the Board of the Andy Warhol Foundation from 2008-2016. In 2013 she was appointed by President Obama to the National Council on the Arts. Viso has organized significant exhibitions like Ana Mendieta: Earth Body, Sculpture and Performance 1972–1985 (2004) and Jim Hodges: Give More Than You Take (2013).

Susanna V. Temkin is Curator at El Museo del Barrio and holds aPhD. from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. At El Museo, she hascurated exhibitions such as DOMESTICANX (2022), Estamos Bien: La Trienal 20/21,and Culture and the People (2019). She co-curated Something Beautiful:Reframing La Colección, a significant permanent collections show currently on view. Prior to El Museo, Temkin was Assistant Curator at Americas Society inNew York and worked at Cecilia de Torres, Ltd. She has written for Rutgers ArtReview, Burlington Magazine, and Panamora; and contributed to Alice Neel: People Come First (Metropolitan Museum of Art,New York) and Concrete Cuba: Cuba Geometric Abstraction from the 1950s by DavidZwirner Books.

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