{ January/March 2016 Issue }

J-M 2016 Cover

The January/March 2016 edition of On View Magazine is now available
online. Click on the cover above or HERE to view the issue.

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{Pg. 10} Art & Sole: Fantasy Shoes from the Stuart Weitzman Collection

The perfect diversion for shoe lovers, fashionistas, and art aficionados, “Art & Sole: Fantasy Shoes from the Stuart Weitzman Collection” features over 150 of the most inventive examples of fantasy art shoes in a stunning collection curated by Jane Gershon Weitzman, the shoe-loving wife of American designer, Stuart Weitzman. Since opening its doors in 1996, […]

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{Pg. 40} John Baeder’s American Roadside

John Baeder is best known for his unusual subject matter often associated with roadside architecture—especially diners. The popularity of Baeder’s diner paintings and the spectacular sales of both editions of his book, “Diners,” spawned an avalanche of imitators. Baeder has been much more than a “diner painter,” however, as shown by his original roadside photographs, […]

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{Pg. 52} O’Keeffe, Stettheimer, Torr, Zorach: Women Modernists in New York

Artists Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986), Florine Stettheimer (1871-1944), Helen Torr (1886-1967), and Marguerite Zorach (1887-1968) all worked in a modernist style in New York between about 1910 and 1935. These women also knew one another and made insightful comments about each other’s art. In a new exhibition entitled “O’Keeffe, Stettheimer, Torr, Zorach: Women Modernists in New […]

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{Pg. 64} Stickwork: Patrick Dougherty

The “Stickman” cometh! Internationally renowned artist, Patrick Dougherty, bends, weaves, and flexes saplings into mammoth architectural sculptures that dynamically relate to the landscape and built environment around them. Over the last 30 years, he has created more than 260 works throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia. This winter, the Appleton Museum of Art, College […]

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{Pg. 76} Disney and Dalí: Architects of the Imagination

From an intangible dream to a phantasmagorical reality, The Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg presents “Disney and Dalí: Architects of the Imagination,” on view from January, 2016, through June, 2016. This immersive and enriching multimedia exhibition tells the story of the unlikely alliance between two of the most renowned artists of the 20th century: brilliantly […]

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{Pg. 88} Histórias/Histories: Contemporary Art From Brazil

One of two new exhibitions of Brazilian contemporary art to be presented by USF Contemporary Art Museum (USFCAM), “Histórias/Histories” will showcase works by artists whose approaches address the varied histories of Brazil, some collective, some individual, but all rooted in reflections on the country’s complicated past and present, and vast geographical, racial, and cultural wealth […]

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{Pg. 100} Cuban Art in the Twentieth Century: Cultural Identity and the International Avant Garde

Organized by the Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts in concert with guest curator, Segundo J. Fernandez, and Cernuda Arte of Coral Gables, Florida, “Cuban Art in the Twentieth Century: Cultural Identity and the International Avant Garde” will present exciting, colorful works by Cuban modernist painters who participated in a global movement in the […]

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{Pg. 112} California Impressionism: Selections from the Irvine Museum

Beginning in the mid-19th century through the late 1930s, California became a top destination for artists from all over the world. Although these artists came from a variety of backgrounds and created artworks in many styles, they shared an intense love affair with the awe-inspiring, sublime landscapes of California. “California Impressionism: Selections from the Irvine […]

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{Pg. 124} WILD

“WILD” is a group show of contemporary artwork by 13 internationally recognized artists who are inspired by nature and use their talents to show the beauty and wonder of the natural world. The artists were invited to participate in the exhibition because of their respect for nature, their fascination with animals, and their attention to […]

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{Pg. 126} Lily Prince: Dream State

“Dream State” presents a collection of richly patterned abstract paintings and drawings by Lily Prince, derived from the artist’s plein air works inspired by the South Florida landscape. “Working en plein air, I attempt to take what I experience observationally in nature, translating it into a language of personal expression and universal significance,” wrote Prince in […]

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{Pg. 128} Nina Surel: Sailing to Byzantium

In “Sailing to Byzantium,” Nina Surel translates William Butler Yeats’ poetic allegory of aging into an imaginary physical and spiritual journey employing sculpture, installation, sound, and video. An ordinary boat is the mode of transport from one realm to another­­—from the temporal to the eternal. While we desire to remain perfect and unchanging, we are […]

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{Pg. 130} Andy Warhol Exhibitions at Boca Raton Museum of Art

Boca Raton Museum of Art will be presenting three new exhibitions revolving around one of the 20th century’s most influential figures in contemporary art and culture: “Warhol On Vinyl: The Record Covers, 1949-1987”… See every cover Warhol designed, from the iconic Rolling Stones’ “Sticky Fingers” to the extremely rare “Giant Size $1.57 Each,” his first […]

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