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Decolonization Refinement: Contemporary Pursuits in the Art of Edouard Duval-Carrié (February 16 – April 1)

The Museum of Fine Arts will hold an opening reception on February 16th from 6-8PM for "Decolonization Refinement: Contemporary Pursuits in the Art of Edouard Duval-Carrié", developed by Curatorial Team of Dr. Paul B. Niell, Michael D. Carrasco, and Lesley A. Wolff, in collaboration with Haitian born painter and sculptor, Edouard Duval-Carrié.  In the works to be displayed, Duval-Carrié engages themes associated with the history of the Tallahassee area and North Florida region, including plantation agriculture, race, and slavery. His vibrant paintings, sculptures, and installations will be accompanied by plantation artifacts loaned from State of Florida collections, including a portion of a nineteenth-century sugar mill, and objects from The Grove Museum  and Goodwood Plantation Museum in Tallahassee. The exhibition will run February 16-April 1, 2018.

Sunday, April 1 at 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Museum of Fine Arts
530 West Call St, 250 Fine Arts Building

Event Type

Arts/Entertainment

Departments

Colleges, Fine Arts, Museum of Fine Arts

Website

http://mofa.fsu.edu/

Cost

Free

Group
All Audiences
Contact Name:

Elizabeth McLendon

Contact Phone

8506441299

Contact Email

emclendon@fsu.edu

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