Flesh and Text-Investigations with Figure and Words

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Flesh and Text-Investigations with Figure and Words

April 25 – August 12th

MFA Student Hazel Gil and Daniel Marosi “Flesh and Text-Investigations with Figure and Words”

Affiliates’ Gallery

Flesh and Text: Investigations of the Figure and Words by Hazel Gil and Daniel Marosi

Hazel Gil and Daniel Marosi (current FIU MFA candidates)

Hazel and Daniel each favor the human figure as a main point of expression in their artworks. Flesh and Text features writings alongside the human form that redefines re-contextualizes the imagery. The exhibition balances bold and confident works, which span from paintings on canvas and paper, to drawings and mono-prints on unconventional surfaces. They are fused with biblical verses and references, stream-of-consciousness prose, and sly expressions, aimed to reveal both unique and universal experiences.

Opening Reception: Friday, May 13th 7:00pm

Curated by Meg Kaplan-Noach

For more information on the Department of Art + Art History, click HERE.

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