Boca Raton Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
In Mizner Park
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Upcoming Exhibitions

May 3 - June 12, 2016
Express Yourself: Coral Sunset Elementary

Writing about art can be as fun as making it. The Museum's partnership with Coral Sunset Partnership takes a new twist with a new, fully integrated curriculum-based project for students centered on ekphrasis, a technique of writing vivid descriptions of art. On display is the students' portraits and written work.

May 7 – July 3, 2016
Jane Benson: Two Videos

Jane Benson’s poignant two-channel video Finding Baghdad (Part A) is about geo-cultural displacement, a topic particularly relevant today in the wake of largest mass migration since World War II. The video features two Iraqi brothers who escaped from Baghdad in the early 2000s; one to Cologne, Germany and the other to Sanad, Bahrain. The video begins with images of two traditional Iraqi instruments, an oud and a djoze, as they are split into two parts. The brothers play a duet, originally streamed over Skype, on their halves of the instruments that is shown on two separate screens. The distance between the brothers is poetically bridged if only for a moment.

Jane Benson, stills from Finding Baghdad (Part A), 2015. Dual channel video and audio track, dimensions variable. Courtesy of Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York.

July 16 - September 25, 2016
All Florida Invitational

The annual All Florida exhibition, which has been presented at the Boca Raton Museum of Art since 1951, has long been a hallmark for the state’s local artists. Painters, sculptors, photographers, and film and multi-media artists eagerly await the opening of the show’s submission period year after year. Now they can look forward to an invitation. Participants in this year's All Florida will be selected by a panel of nationally-recognized Florida-based artists.

Each of these distinguished artists will select five early-career artists who have strong ties to Florida. The All Florida Invitational will bring the work of the selection committee alongside the work of the artists they believe show great promise.

The five artists in the selection committee include:

  • Edouard Duval-Carrié, Miami, painter and sculptor
  • Elisabeth Condon, Tampa & Brooklyn, painter
  • Christopher Harris, Orlando, film maker
  • Carol Prusa, Boca Raton, painting and drawing
  • Sergio Vega, Gainesville, multi-media.
Edouard Duval-Carrié (upper left), Elisabeth Condon (upper right), Christopher Harris (middle), Carol Prusa (lower left), Sergio Vega (lower right).

Coming in fall of 2016:
Hungarian Art: A Century of Rebellion and Revival

This exhibition of art from Budapest includes 100 by Hungarian artists, including such figures as André Kertész and László Moholy-Nagy, and provides a fascinating microcosm of the social and political turmoil that was raging across Europe, from the late 19th century, through WWI and WWII to the collapse of the Soviet Era, giving rise to the birth of the avant-garde.

Coming in fall of 2016:
RPM Project: The House Inside My Head

“Home is where one starts from.” T.S. Eliot

Our earliest and most personal moments originate at home, shaping the people we become and the identities we form. For centuries, social conditions have placed women and the roles associated with the feminine character, in the house. Using technology and sculpture as environments, RPM Project focuses on creating monumental narratives from traditionally feminine rituals. In this four-part exhibition, they will create metaphorical realities that address classic dilemmas for women and push the boundaries in today’s feminine culture.

Through video, sound and sculpture, RPM’s installations serve as pathways in an imaginary house, creating multi-sensory experiences that lead you through a labyrinth within a woman’s psyche. RPM is made up of Rhonda Mitrani, Patricia Schnall Gutierrez and Marina Font.

Coming in fall of 2016:
Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.), Krome

Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.) was detained in Krome Detention Center for identity theft two months in 2012. During this time he created a series of portraits of his fellow detainees using ballpoint pens and whatever paper he could find. The portraits not only capture the physical being of his sitters, but also their stories. This exhibition will mark the debut of these powerful, intimate portraits and emotional stories.


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