Miami Beach Cinematheque presents Projections, a photography exhibition by Daniel Aubrey that explores human materialism by using the body as a canvas onto which images of fast food, bar codes and dollar bills are projected. 7:30-10 p.m., 512 Española Way, Miami Beach. Details: (305) 673-4567 or www.mbcinema.com.
ArtCenter South Florida presents an exhibition focusing on the Hispanic feminine experience in Miami, particularly issues surrounding migration and integration and the duality of identity through drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, installation, photomontage and sewing. Through Oct. 15 at City Hall, Fourth-Floor Public Gallery, 1700 Convention Center Dr., Miami Beach. Details: www.artcentersf.org.
CANO IN CONCOURSE E
Local artist Pablo Cano opens an exhibition, New York to Home Base - Discarded Debris to Constructed Art in Miami International Airport's gallery. The gallery is a 2,400-square-foot enclosed space on the second level of Concourse E. The exhibition consists of Mr. Cano's marionettes created from found objects and works in painting, fine drawing and sculpture. Through Sept. 30. Open to ticketed passengers or by special appointment. Details: (305) 876-0749 or www.miami-airport.com.
The Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies at the University of Miami's Casa Bacardi presents vintage black and white photography of Cuban women in the 1940s and '50s. Photographer Leo Carbajal will speak about the images. Exhibition through Sept. 30 at Casa Bacardi, 1531 Brescia Ave., Coral Gables. Details: (305) 284-2822 or casabacardi.iccas.miami.edu.
HEADS AND TALES
The German consulate is to exhibit works by Hans Feyerabend that explore the human face as a source of expressions and narratives. Through Oct. 6 at 100 N Biscayne Blvd., Suite 200, Miami. Details: www.feyerabend.com.
The Miami Art Museum presents Kenyan artist Wangechi Mutu in an exhibit combining collage and ink drawings of distorted figures reflecting society's obsession with physical appearance. Through Oct. 9 at 101 W Flagler St., Miami. Details: (305) 375-3000.
The Bass Museum of Art presents 2,000 years of Latin American portraits with 125 sculptures and paintings by Kahlo, Rivera, Botero, Siqueiros and Tamayo. Through Oct. 23 at the museum, 2121 Park Ave., Miami Beach. Details: (305) 673-7530 or www.bassmuseum.org.
The Miami Art Museum presents Figuratively Speaking: Selections from the Permanent Collection, examining the representation of the human figure in US, Latin American and European art since the 1960s. Through Oct. 30 at the Miami Art Museum, 101 W Flagler St., Miami. Members, students and children under 12 free; $2.50-$5 others. Free admission every Sunday; guided tours at 2 p.m. Details: (305) 375-3000 or www.miamiartmuseum.org.
The Deering Estate at Cutler hosts an exhibit of watercolors by figurative, Miami-based artists Daphne Baruch. 2 p.m., with exhibition through Oct. 16 at the estate, 16701 SW 72nd Ave., Palmetto Bay. Free with park admission of $5-$7. Details: (305) 235-1668, ext. 233.
Anyly Fraga-Pelaez, a hearing-impaired graduate of Miami Dade College's ACCESS program for students with disabilities, exhibits her environment-inspired works. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays through Dec. 10 at MDC Wolfson Campus' Access-Meed Gallery, Room 1180, 300 NE Second Ave., Miami. Details: (305) 237-3371.
MOCA AND MIAMI
The Museum of Contemporary Art kicks off its 10th anniversary season with an exhibition of works by Miami artists who have been featured in MOCA exhibitions since 1996. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays, noon-5 p.m. Sundays through Oct. 30 at MOCA, 770 NE 125th St., North Miami. $5 adults, $3 students and seniors. Details: (305) 893-6211 or www.mocanomi.org.
The Museum of Contemporary Art presents a discussion with Miami artists Naomi Fisher and Ali Prosch exploring female sexuality and the unconventional representation of the human body in relation to nature in their work. 2 p.m. at MOCA 770 NE 125th St., North Miami. Free with museum admission of $3-$5. Details: (305) 893-6211 or www.mocanomi.org.
The Bass Museum of Art hosts a lecture by Carol Damian, chairwoman of the Florida International University department of art. Ms. Damian explores portraits of the new nobility that arose from the Imperial Conquest - including Incan kings and queens. 3 p.m. at the museum, 2121 Park Ave., Miami Beach. $10 non-members. Details: (305) 673-7530 or www.bassmuseum.org.