Visual Arts: Exhibition Archive
Sept. 10 – Nov. 6, 2005
Opening Reception, Friday, Sept. 9, 7 – 10 pm
Minimalism’s impact on subsequent generations forms the exhibition Reduced. Post-Minimalism is a loosely defined aesthetic category that utilizes the preceding movement’s deliberate economy of formal means to explore a range of concerns including process, the dematerialization of the object, and conceptual ideas. The exhibition features work from John Baldessari, Frances Trombly, Tom Scicluna, and Frank Wick.
Artist Talk: Thursday, Oct. 6, 7 pm
Local artists Tom Scicluna and Frank Wick from the Reduced exhibition will discuss their work.
May 14 – July 10, 2005
This year’s Biennial exhibition will include original paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, photography, video, computer-generated images, site-specific installations, and feature length and short film submissions from Florida-based artists and filmmakers who are selected for participation by exhibition juror Nick Cindric and film juror Dinorah de Jesus Rodriguez.
All artists residing in the state of Florida are invited to submit entries for the Art and Culture Center’s All-Media Juried Biennial 2005.
March 5 – April 24, 2005
Perhaps more so than any other modern artist, Catalan-born Joan Miro (1893-1983) embraced the power and beauty of the illustrated book. Miro was also a prolific graphic artist, and the livre d’artist (artist’s book) became a major vehicle of artistic expression for him. The sheer number of illustrated books that he completed during his lifetime – over 250 titles – reveals his great enthusiasm and deep affinity for the written word.
December 18, 2004 – February 13, 2005
Louise Nevelson: Selections from the Farnsworth Art Museum presents 37 works from the Farnsworth Art Museum’s collection, tracing the full span of the artist’s career.