TIME + TEMP: Surveying the Shifting Climate of Painting in South Florida
Nov. 16, 2009 – Jan. 10, 2010
Opening Reception: Fri., Nov. 20, 6-9 pm
Place in Time – Artists Forum, Thurs., Dec. 17, 6-9 pm
This exhibition presents a survey of dynamic work by a selection of South Florida based artists who embrace and incorporate aspects of painting into their practice. A resurgence of painterly tendencies is currently taking hold among artists on a national even international level. Its growing appeal is also evident within the ever expanding contemporary art community in our region.
On view will be work by over 50 artists who are in different ways investigating and pushing prevailing definitions of painting. Boundaries of form have been expanded through a variety of techniques utilizing a broad range of materials. Some pieces have been created specifically for this exhibit yet are made with media other than traditional pigment-based paint on canvas.
Representation and abstraction continue to be very much at the forefront of this genre. However issues which have dominated painterly themes, such as color, surface, narrative and gesture are finding new expressions in a variety of unconventional and energized styles. Our tropical, lush and organic natural environment intersected by gleaming architectonic towers of light, glass and concrete set the stage for fertile and flowing currents of invention which are reflected in this diverse array of works.
In conjunction with TIME + TEMP, The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood will unveil a newly painted site-specific mural by artist Francesco LoCastro in the Leonard and Sally Robbins Sculpture Garden.
- New Times: ‘Time+Temp’ at the Art and Culture Center Proves That Painting Is Not Dead
- City Link: Time+Temp
- Download a PDF version of the exhibition brochure
- Video of the installation and creation of TIME + TEMP
- View and purchase pictures from the opening reception
Special event: Place in Time
Thurs., Dec. 17, 6 pm
Place in Time is an artists’ conversation in conjunction with TIME + TEMP. This forum will feature a selection of artists from the exhibition who will talk about their work and process.
Cost: free members, $10 non-members. Full bar (donation) and light refreshments will be served.
Moderated by Edwin Stirman, art historian and critic for Art in America, with guest artists:
- Richard Haden
- Gean Moreno
- Beatriz Monteavaro
- Brandon Opalka
- Ernesto Oroza
- Gavin Perry
- Asser Saint-Val
- Michelle Weinberg
Click image to enlarge:
|Harumi Abe||Beatriz Montevaro|
|Farley Aguilar||Gean Moreno|
|Kevin Arrow||Daniel Newman|
|Bhakti Baxter||Glexis Novoa|
|Loriel Beltran||Ray Olivero|
|Francie Bishop Good||Skot Olsen|
|Pip Brant||Brandon Opalka|
|David Brieske||Perry Pandrea|
|Timothy Buwalda||Raul Perdomo|
|Julie Davidow||Gavin Perry|
|Ivan Toth Depena||Vickie Pierre|
|Clayton Deutsch||Oliver Sanchez|
|Lilian Garcia-Roig||Asser Saint Val|
|Lynne Gelfman||Diego Singh|
|Mike Genovese||Nancy Spielman|
|Mark Gibson||Karen Starosta-Gilinski|
|Karen Gilinski||Alex Sweet|
|Jacin Giordano||Runcie Tatnall|
|Aramis Gutierrez||Kristen Thiele|
|Guerra de la Paz||Mette Tommerup|
|Richard Haden||Kiki Valdes|
|Jason Hedges||Marcos Valella|
|Craig Kucia||Michael Vasquez|
|Natalya Laskis||Agatha Wara|
|Nicolas Lobo||Chuck Webster|
|Pepe Mar||Michelle Weinberg|
|Jordan Massengale||John Zoller|
Funding for the 09/10 visual arts season is provided in part by Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz, and a grant from Funding Arts Broward.