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Florida Contemporary

2014 Exhibition

Bryce Hammond. Golf Widow (detail). 2011. Mixed media. 24 x 24 inches.

Antonio Guerrero. Conmigo o en mi contra. 2010. Mixed media on canvas. 83 x 102 inches.

Marcus Jansen. Orwellian Infiltration. 2013. Oil enamel and mixed media on canvas. 70 x 142 inches.

Janet Onofrey. Ditto. 2010. Oil on birch. 18 x 36 inches.

A previous exhibition
at The Baker Museum

February 22, 2014 — April 27, 2014

Florida Contemporary is a multimedia art exhibition showcasing artists currently practicing in Florida whose work addresses a vast range of thematic perspectives. From realism to abstraction and everything in between, Florida Contemporary features local photographers, painters, sculptors and graphic artists alongside an exciting array of new artists that visitors can discover for themselves. This exhibition provides an intriguing look at the innovative images, subject matter, techniques and mediums that exemplify art being created throughout Florida today.

In its fourth installment, Florida Contemporary establishes an open space that experiments, identifies and critically examines the latest trends in the visual arts scene. The exhibition is particularly concerned with giving emerging artists the opportunity to introduce themselves to a broad sector of the public and exhibit alongside established figures in Florida’s contemporary art scene.


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