In commemoration of the 25th anniversary of Felix Gonzalez-Torres’ death in Miami, What Remains considers Gonzalez-Torres’ artistic and personal legacy on artist communities in Miami, the Caribbean and Latin America. Positioning his work, “Untitled” (L.A.), 1991, in dialogue with five artists from the region, What Remains comprises an intimate reflection on his impact of contemporary artmaking. Works on view address universal subject-matter such as life, death, love and loss, as well as Gonzalez-Torres’ material and methodological vocabulary. Participating artists include Jim Hodges, Michael Linares, Teresa Margolles, Maria Martínez-Cañas and César Trasobares.
What Remains is accompanied by educational and public programming on the work, life and themes explored by Felix Gonzalez-Torres.