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Opening reception of three new exhibitions

  • February 18, 2023
  • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Art and Culture Center, 1650 Harrison St. Hollywood, FL 33020


Registration is closed

The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood is located in the former home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kagey, one of the founding family members of Hollywood.  The historic mansion was built in 1924 and is a beautiful example of Mediterranean Revival architecture.
LIVING IN OBLIVION is an artistic examination of our times.  The exhibition identifies the use of information and misinformation (both written and oral) through research-based artwork.  There are eight participating artists in this exhibition including Priscilla Aleman, Javier Barrera, Rebecca Hackemann, Jason Katz, Laura Mongiovi, Onajide Shabaka, Lauren Shapiro and Simon Starling. 
The artwork was curated by Meaghan Kent with Arts Aspire Curatorial Assistant Zohar Wolfson.

The work of Matt Forehand focuses on ideas of heritage and how our environment informs our cultural identity. The objects in his collages are from his family’s home in Columbia and his current home in Florida.  The collages are used as the basis for his paintings.  Each time he revisits the pieces, he remembers more and more. They reference his past, whom he is now and whom he is becoming.

Although the description of this exhibit makes no mention of the Czech author Milan Kundera, many will recognize the title of this exhibit also as the title of his famous 1984 novel.  The novel is a ruefully complex love story.  Marielle Plaisir is a complex French-Caribbean artist who combines painting. drawing, monumental installations and performance that present highly intense visual experiences.  In this current installation, she conveys her utopian visions within the extravagant Caribbean landscape.
Art and Culture Center/Hollywood
1650 Harrison Street
Hollywood, FL 33020
The Center is located one block south of Hollywood Boulevard at the corner of S 17th Avenue and Harrison Street, across from the Arts Park at Young Circle.
There is ample free parking in two lots on the east and west sides of the Art and Culture Center. 
For directions, call Visitor Services at 954-921-3274.

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