The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU reinvents itself during this year’s Art Basel season with a new museum series entitled Subject to Interpretation that invites contemporary artists to re-interpret its core collection (chronicling the contributions of Jews living in Florida), and to create site-specific installations based on the artists’ interpretations and experiences with the collection. Artists will bring to life the relevance of the themes, struggles and successes depicted in the historic archives that tell the story of Florida Jews dating back to the 1800s, to convey how these personal stories continue to ring true in today’s modern world. The first artists selected for the new series is MONAD Studio, the award-winning architecture, art and design practice founded by husband and wife team Eric Goldemberg and Veronica Zalcberg. This is the duo’s first solo museum exhibition, featured during Art Basel Season. The opening reception for Subject to Interpretation: MONAD Studio is Tuesday, October 24, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. and the exhibition remains on view through February 25, 2018. The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU is part of Florida International University and is located at 301 Washington Avenue on South