Staff -- Interior Design, 11/1/2002 12:00:00 AM
In "From Emperors to Hoi Polloi: Portraits of an Era, 1851–1945," the Wolfsonian-FIU depicts the social, political, and economic character of the industrial age, exploring how artists presented their subjects as participants in and leaders of change. The exhibition comprises paintings, sculpture, caricatures, propaganda objects, and other forms of media culled from the Miami Beach museum's collection. Highlights include statues of Benito Mussolini and Franklin D. Roosevelt, a satirical painting of the unjustly executed Nicola Sacco, a tapestry of Charles Lindbergh, and a photograph of Gustav Eiffel. November 22–May 11; 305-535-2602; wolfsonian.fiu.edu.