The Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale will be joining Art Fallout once again this year with the exhibition Café Dolly: Picabia, Schnabel, Willumsen, an exhibition of approximately 75 paintings with an intensely painterly language with recognizable motifs, clear contours, and raw colors in bold combinations, along with a need to explore and challenge the tradition of painting.
The exhibition’s title references the world’s first cloned sheep, Dolly, whose birth in 1996 sparked international controversy and called into question cultural ideas about ethics and materiality. In a visual arts context, Picabia, Schnabel, and Willumsen challenge the same concepts in their unprejudiced treatment of the traditions of art history and mass media images as well as private photographs and stories.
The Museum Store and Café will be open all evening and running a special offer, 2 for 1 on wine and beer, with lite bites available.
More details at www.moafl.org.
Metered street parking and garage parking available.
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