After a months-long hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in Miami will reopen to the public on Thursday, September 3, with a special preview available to ICA members on Wednesday, September 2. The museum will debut with several exciting new exhibitions among its galleries, including the first United States-based retrospective for American artist Allan McCollum, Tomás Esson’s “The Goat,” and Vivian Caccuri’s “Mosquito Shrine, Pt. 2.”
In addition to stellar new art offerings to welcome guests back, the museum will reopen with enhanced safety protocols in place. The museum will limit capacity and visits will be scheduled for one hour. Guests will be required to reserve tickets for the museum ahead of their visits here. Once at the museum, visitors must wear facial coverings at all times and will follow a curated loop around the exhibitions, which will help streamline movement through the galleries.
The museum will continue to offer digital programming via the ICA Channel, which features documentaries and video art, and the Virtual Summer Series, which is available to viewers of all ages who want to engage with artists and the museum’s exhibitions.