627 SW 27th Ave, Miami, FL 33135https://moadmdc.org/exhibitions/remaking-miami-josefina
During the 1970s, the photographer, editor, and philanthropist, Josefina Tarafa (born Havana, Cuba, 1907–died Miami, Florida, 1982) created an exceptional body of images that picture Miami transformed by the arrival of her fellow Cuban immigrants. The first exhibition dedicated to Tarafa’s photography, Remaking Miami includes thirty posthumous prints, made from photographs in an archive of approximately one hundred and fifty original images, now held by the Lydia Cabrera Papers at the Cuban Heritage Collection of the University of Miami Libraries.
Note: Exhbition on view 10:00 AM–3:00 PM, Monday–Wednesday, and the second Saturday of every month.
Image: View of El Oso Blanco Supermarket W.Flagler Street near 12th Avenue, Miami, Florida 1971