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Double Exposure: Photography x Design

Robert Malmberg is an award-winning portraiture, still life, and landscape photographer. He believes that photography is an essential practice: it captures powerful memories, creates change, and keeps unique record of the ever-evolving human experience.   Malmberg has a diverse portfolio of photographs from his adventures in the studio and abroad, which he translates into limited …
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Piece by Piece: Art with LEGO® Bricks

​Piece by Piece: Art with LEGO® Bricks emphasizes the nostalgia of childhood created by playing with toys. Rubber ducks, robots, tricycles and bicycles all work together to bring the memories back to life. The exhibit, and Kenney’s work in general, represent the passion, fandom and camaraderie that Kenney has with LEGO fans, young and old. …
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Nicholas Croghan: Dwellings

Nicholas Croghan presents a series of metalpoint drawings that depict the history of four metaphorical civilizations. The drawn records on display illustrate the incomplete story of the cliff dwellers, forest dwellers, sea dwellers, and sky dwellers. The work shown is primarily done in silverpoint, copperpoint, brasspoint, nickelpoint, and goldpoint. Croghan will discuss this exhibition and …
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Andy Warhol: Myth/Maker

Andy Warhol: Myth/Maker” is a unique, interactive exhibition featuring original work from Warhol’s Myths series, depicting nostalgic heroes and villains from his childhood. Items on display will include original silkscreen paintings, prints, archival material and vintage toys collected by Warhol throughout his lifetime. “The Pensacola Museum of Art is excited to host this dynamic and …
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On The Passage of a Brief Period of Time

This exhibition features an installation of works by 534N L1N320 and his journey of filmmaking, photography, traveling, writing, and archiving. L1N320 offers us a glimpse into an ongoing series entitled, 4N4RCH1VE. 4N4RCH1VE PNSPNK002: From 309 to Hollywood is a film that offers a seat alongside singer-songwriter, Dave Dondero. The viewer may jump in and out …
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Dispose and Depose (Of)

Depose and Dispose (of) is an exhibition of work by Katrina Andry that invites the viewer to engage in collective empathy and understand the tangible and societal consequences of loss through systemic brutality and its historical and contemporary implications. The exhibition consists of two print series: the first is an anthropomorphic series that explores the …
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Land Star: Photographs by Richard McCabe

The Pensacola Museum of Art is pleased to announce a pop-up exhibition – LAND STAR: Photographs by Richard McCabe. This exhibition will feature instant (Polaroid) photographs from Richard McCabe’s recently released book – LAND STAR published by Aint- Bad press. Also included in the exhibition will be a series of site-specific Fuji instax color studies …
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Cut Up/Cut Out

Cut Up / Cut Out explores paper as an artistic medium and presents artwork that range in size from an intimate three inches to sprawling and complex installations This exhibition is a contemporary view of an ancient art practice that has evolved over thousands of years, which includes national and international artists, honors both tradition …
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Ann Frantic: Selected Works of Ann Roberts Morley

The UWF Pensacola Museum of Art is pleased to announce Ann Frantic, Selected Works of Ann Roberts Morley pop-up exhibition for March 16 – April 28, 2019 in Project Space, the Assembly Room in memory of Charles W. Lamar, Sr. gallery. An opening reception will coincide with MoPMA the 65th Annual Members of PMA exhibition …
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Aesthetics of Decadence: The Prints of Aubrey Beardsley

Aesthetics of Decadence: The Prints of Aubrey Beardsley features the work of one of the most prolific and fascinating artists of the 1890s London avant-garde. The exhibition includes over one-hundred forty line block prints from the collection of Dr. Patrick M. Rowe. Beardsley’s work, which displays ingenious compositions and delicate manipulation of line, is often …
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