Organized by Polk Museum of Art with guest curator Dr. August Freundlich, this exhibition will feature artworks by well-known artists Jack Beal, Sidney Goodman, Alfred Leslie, and Jerome Witkin that use a theatrical lighting style to accentuate the dramatic moments portrayed in their works. These artists come from the same generation, now matured, that began under the dominant styles of the New York School. Their large-scale, often monumental works present us with a well-lit set, a tableau, a scene frozen for presentation and contemplation.
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Earlier Event: December 21Diversity Within Unity: The Scope of African-American Art in Florida
Later Event: February 8Form, Function, and Flourishes: The Decorative Impulse in European History