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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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Gesche Würfel: What Remains of the Day

What Remains of the Day features the work of contemporary artist Gesche Würfel and explores the history and memory of World War II through landscape photography and portraiture. Uniquely, this exhibition will feature oral histories recorded by the artist in Europe of people who have survived the Holocaust and World War II. According to the …
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Valerie George: Welcome to My Party

WELCOME TO MY PARTY is a solo exhibition by Valerie George that reflects holistically on art and life in the form of installation art, video, performance, sculpture, photography, new media, and drawing. This exhibition marks fifteen years of work that has brought Valerie closer to her personal and professional goals and is a reflection on …
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Terminal: Photographic Orientations

Montreal-based artist Patryk Stasieczek responds to Alfred Stieglitz’s famous 1893 photograph, The Terminal, with a site-specific install. The exhibition explores photography’s impact on visual and material culture and presents more than 25 works from the Pensacola Museum of Art’s permanent collection, many of which will be exhibited for the first time. Curated by Patryk Stasieczek, …
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100 Faces of War

Sarhua is a beautiful rural town in the highlands of Peru’s Ayacucho region. The so-called Tablas de Sarhua (Boards of Sarhua) are some of the area’s most important symbolic objects. From the nineteenth century to the 1970s, the tablas were false beams that hung from the ceiling of Sarhuino homes, painted with motifs referencing ancient …
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Mike Brodie: Relics from the Road

This exhibition presents Mike Brodie’s iconic photographs alongside objects from his travels and totems from the hobo community. Gnarled and crushed silverware, worn boots and garments show indices of lives lived hard, while the handmade embellishments demonstrate the creativity and common interests of the tight-knit community. Working with PMA curator Anna Wall, Mike Brodie selected …
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Bring Me the Head of Osceola // There is More to Remember

Sean Linezo’s exhibition, Bring Me the Head of Osceola // There is More to Remember, interrogates the historical narratives of Osceola’s death and explores representations of the famous Seminole leader in visual and popular culture. The exhibition is part of a larger initiative by the artist to make space for the representation of Native Americans …
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I Forgot to Laugh: Humor & Contemporary Art

​Humor is central to our experience of the world. Humor helps us build social bonds, release tension, and navigate difficult situations. In times of unrest, humor can be an entertaining way to escape reality. It also offers a surreptitious avenue to confront change and challenge the status quo. Humor, like art, presents an alternative means …
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A Question of When: Selections from the Permanent Collection

This exhibition, like nearly all aspects of daily life, changed significantly as the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the globe. Originally scheduled as a showcase of recent acquisitions, the exhibition framework evolved with the crisis to reflect both the strangeness of our new reality and the unique role of art in times of change. Drawn from …
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Warren Thompson: Moonpies

A series of black-and-white portraits by nationally acclaimed artist Warren Thompson. A Florida native, Warren stumbled upon photography in his senior year of college. From that point on he dedicated his life to learning and teaching photography. Thompson’s favorite subject to shoot is street photography and always advises to “shoot more.” He is responsible for …
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