Upcoming Exhibitions


Promises Of Freedom: Selections from the Arthur Primas Collection

June 20-August 23

This exhibition presents works from the Arthur Primas Collection, a significant collection of African American Art that includes paintings, sculptures, works on paper, graphics and documents. Included in the exhibition are 75 works by more than 30 artists. These artists, many under the extreme pressure of an unresponsive public, brought forth magnificent art which reflects the African American experience and aesthetic.

 

This exhibition was organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA in association with the Heritage Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. Exhibition tour management by Landau Traveling Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA.


Prints by Frank Stella

from the permanent collection of the Wiregrass museum of art

July 11-September 6

Prints by Frank Stella features 14 dynamic and colorful prints from the artist, known mostly for his work in the areas of minimalism and post-painterly abstraction.

This exhibition is on loan from the Wiregrass Museum of Art in Dothan, AL.



Masterworks from the international guild of realism

September 5-November 1

The International Guild of Realism represents 350 artists from 35 countries, promoting Realist art -- a movement which emerged in America in the late 1960's and early 1970's concerned with the straightforward realistic approach to representation. This exhibition features 65 award-winning works that range from the ultra-contemporary to timeless and traditional Realism.

 

Exhibition information available from International Guild of Realism (IGOR) Master Works Exhibition Tour Office, David Wagner, L.L.C., davidwagnerllc.com.


Toast to the Arts: Ocala Art Group Annual Juried Exhibition

September 12-November 1

Ocala Art Group celebrates artistic diversity in this exhibition of juried artwork. OAG is a not-for-profit educational corporation with a membership open to all who share an interest in developing and promoting fine art.


Backstage Pass: Baron wohlman and the early years of rolling stone

November 7-January 10

Immortalized by writers, filmmakers and musicians from Stephen King to Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show, the cover of Rolling Stone magazine has embodied generations of popular culture. For artists, the cover is a coveted career achievement and for many readers represents the fantasy of the rock-and-roll lifestyle. In the 1960s and ‘70s, Rolling Stone provided a national voice to the counter-culture movement and before the days of personal branding, gave readers unprecedented access to musicians.