Upcoming exhibitions at Hibiscus Gallery

Xavier Cortada’s “Diatoms of the Florida Coastal Everglades” on display in the Hibiscus Gallery’s inaugural exhibition.

Exhibitions 2017-18


  • September-November 2017:

Florida Is…,” a solo show by Xavier Cortada
(September 7, 2017 through November 26, 2017)


  • December 2017 – January 2018:

Epoch,” a solo show by Xavier Cortada
(November 30, 2017 –January 14, 2018)


  • January-February 2018:

The Miami River Show,” a group exhibition presented by Art Sail 
(January 18 – February 19, 2018)

Mangroves,” a group exhibition (paintings, prints, photographs)
(January 18 – February 19, 2018)


  • February-March 2018:

MDCPS presents Taste of the Tropics student exhibition
(February 26 – March 16, 2018)

FLORIDA IS… Nature (Outdoor permanent exhibit)
(February 26, 2018 – December 31, 2018)


  • April 2018:

CLIMA Solo Show Series presents “Drawing the Anthropocene” by Grethen Scharnagl
(March 30th, 2018 to April 29, 2018)

Water Paintings,” a solo exhibition by Xavier Cortada of works created at Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest
(March 30th, 2018 to April 29, 2018)

FLORIDA IS… Native Trees (Native Flags)
(March 30th, 2018 to April 29, 2018)


  • May 2018:

CLIMA Solo Show Series presents “Life-form” by Michael Gray
(May 3 – May 27)

Diatoms,” a solo exhibition by Xavier Cortada
(May 3 – May 27)

“FLORIDA IS… Fins on the Brink: The Vanishing of Elasmobranchs, a group exhibition presented by FLORIDA IS… Nature
(May 3 – May 27)


June 2018:

“90N: North Pole Dinner Party and Arctic Ice Paintings,”  a solo exhibition of works created by Xavier Cortada at the North Pole in the summer of 2008
(June 1 – June 26th)

CLIMA presents Will it Flood?” a participatory project developed by FIU School of Journalism and Code for Miami.
(June 1 – June 26th)

(June 1 – June 26th)

Year-round programming

Xavier Cortada’s Florida is Nature series is on permanent exhibit in the Hibiscus Gallery at Pinecrest Gardens.  Florida is Nature visitors can walk the garden and photograph or draw images they would like to upload on to tje project’s online platform at www.floridaisnature.com

The Hibiscus Gallery also presents temporary exhibits of the Pinecrest Gardens artist-in-residence Xavier Cortada and of other environmentally-focused artists. Each exhibit features programming to engage audiences, including artist talks, garden walks, workshops and/or panel discussions. Please see events page for schedule of programmed activities.