Adler Guerrier Out to Lunch and Josafat Miranda Sacred Flight 2/26/10

Adler Guerrier: Out to Lunch
Feb. 27 – May 23, 2010
Opening Reception: Fri., Feb. 26, 6-9 pm
Haitian-born, Miami-based contemporary artist Adler Guerrier will create a new site-specific exhibition in the Center’s main gallery that will explore the effects of geography, politics, and history on Hollywood, Florida, and nearby environs. Guerrier’s multi-dimensional exhibition will employ a variety of media, including photography, drawings, sculpture, and video, to express a “psycho-geographic” narrative of a distinctive cityscape that includes an urban center, quiet neighborhoods, and a lively beachfront. Guerrier finds inspiration in the simple act of walking city streets, which he describes as a “political and poetic act.”
Click here for more information on Adler Guerrier: Out to Lunch.
Image: Adler Guerrier, Everyday Travails, 2009, installation view, Adler Guerrier is represented by David Castillo Gallery, Miami, Florida.

Also opening in the Project Room
Josafat Miranda: Sacred Flight
Feb. 27 – March 21, 2010
Opening Reception: Fri., Feb. 26, 6-9 pm
Sacred Flight consists of a multitude of components primarily unified by the imagination. The project plays with mystical objects and characters, justifying the coincidental yet ironic union of the two.
Click here for more information on Josafat Miranda: Sacred Flight.
Image: Josafat Miranda, Monk in Route, 2009, Oil, acrylic, and graphyte on canvas, 63 x 39 in, Courtesy of the artist.

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