(In) Visibility Code-Switching

On View July 1 – July 29, 2022 Girls’ Club Warehouse presents (In) Visibility Code Switching, a solo guest exhibit by Kandy G. Lopez. This exhibition features fiber art portraits that explore the many facets of code switching that people of color experience in America. Artist Statement As an Afro-Caribbean visual artist, Lopez is eager…

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Destroy to Build. Passage.

On View April 8 – May 27, 2022 Girls’ Club Warehouse presents the guest exhibit Destroy to Build. Passage., by Khaulah Naima Nuruddin that draws upon the familiar, yet unique experience of purging and clearing objects, clutter, and possessions to cleanse and renew one’s personal space. The conceptual approach of Destroy to Build. Passage. speaks…

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On Loan: Photographing the Fantastic at NSU Art Museum

On View: November 21, 2021 – Spring 2022 Photographing the Fantastic at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdalei Photographing the Fantastic explores photographs of magical moments, the uncanny, and the wondrous, drawn from NSU Art Museum’s extensive photography collection. The exhibition features works by: Berenice Abbott, Alexandre Arrechea, Wynn Bullock, Edward Burtynsky, Magdalena Campos-Pons, Gregory Crewdson,…

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On Loan: Alice Neel at Guggenheim Bilbao

On View: September 17, 2021 – February 6, 2022 Alice Neel: People Come First at Guggenheim Museum Bilbao; Bilbao, Spain “I have tried to assert the dignity and eternal importance of the human being”Alice Neel: Mike Gold, Daily Worker, 1950 Alice Neel (b. 1900; d. 1984) is one of the most radical artists of the…

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On Loan: Lineages at NSU Art Museum

On View: May 15, 2021 through September 19, 2021 Lineages: Works from the Collection at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdalei PhotoLineages brings together works from NSU Art Museum’s permanent collection, which have been selected to act in conversation with the current exhibition, Eric N. Mack: Lemme walk across the room. Mack collaborated with Museum curators…

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gallery view of Alice Neel exhibit at The Met, new York, NY

On Loan: Alice Neel at The Met

On View: March 15, 2021 – August 01, 2021 Alice Neel: People Come First at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Alice Neel: People Come First is the first museum retrospective in New York of American artist Alice Neel (1900-1984) in twenty years. This ambitious survey positions Neel as one of the century’s most…

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exhibtion view of "My Body, My Rules"

On Loan: My Body, My Rules at PAMM

On View: Nov. 19, 2020 – Sept. 5, 2021 My Body, My Rules at Perez Art Museum Miami MY BODY, MY RULES is a group exhibition that examines the mainstream portrayal of women, confronting the stereotypes, violence, limitations, and ideals imposed on the disputed image of the female body. Featuring a roster of approximately 20…

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On Loan: House to House, at Frost Museum of Art

On View: Saturday, September 26, 2020 — Sunday, February 7, 2021 House to House: Women, Politics and Place at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum   “This is what we mean by democracy: that everyone has a voice, that no one gets away with things just because of their wealth, power, race, or gender.”—Rebecca…

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We’ve Got A Bright Place

On View October 2 – November 14, 2020 Girls’ Club Warehouse presents We’ve Got a Bright Place is a group show featuring Jaynilee Hernandez, Felix Jackson Jr., Ashley Lindo, Shawna Moulton, Sharene Mullings, Christopher Nazon, Khaulah Nuruddin and Chastity Pascoe. Curated by arts professional and Girls’ Club gallery manager, Tayina Deravile, We’ve Got a Bright…

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detail of artwork by Karen Snouffer

Drawing Closer: Karen Snouffer

Karen Snouffer Karen Snouffer concentrates on installation and multi-media, exploring themes of identity, history and place, and how these topics may intersect in studio practices. She has exhibited nationally at Art Center South Florida, Miami; The Work Space, New York; Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art; Hallwalls, Buffalo; Weston Art Gallery, Cincinnati; Hammond-Harkins Gallery, Columbus, OH;…

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Drawing Closer: Karla Caprali

Karla Caprali Karla Caprali was born in a northern city in Brazil called Belém, the capital of the state of Para and “the edge of the Amazon”. She studied art at the University of Sao Paolo and immigrated to the United States in 2001, working on academic projects with universities, art institutions, and art spaces.…

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Tayina Deravile, Still Do i Keep My Look, My Identity

Still Do I Keep My Look, My Identity…

Still Do I Keep My Look, My Identity…is an independent digital project by Tayina Deravile celebrating works by Black artists from the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz. Inspired by a poem of the same name by Gwendolyn Brooks, Tayina recognizes select pieces from the collection by Black artists…. Creating and developing this…

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Drawing Closer: Carol Jazzar

Carol Jazzar Carol Jazzar is a collage artist who works and lives in El Portal, Florida. She ran a home-gallery from 2007-2014, giving many artists their first show in Miami. @caroljazzar   Untitled (Aquarius), 2018 Paper collage on museum board 16 x 12 inches   About Drawing Closer: Collecting at a Distance In April…

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artwork by Patricia Schnall Gutierrez

Drawing Closer: Patricia Schnall Gutierrez

Patricia Schnall Gutierrez The multidisciplinary work of Patricia Schnall Gutierrez draws its inspiration from a self-referential account of personal memories, situations, and emotions. Using distinct choices of mediums, household objects and materials, she creates an autobiographical account of the every-day, drawing the viewer into an intimate dialogue that often probes questions of gender and sexuality.…

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detail of artwork by gabriela beltran

Drawing Closer: Gabriela Beltran

Gabriela Beltran Gabriela Beltran is a Colombian-born artist working in Miami. Gabriela received an AA in classical flute performance and received a BFA in painting from New World School of the arts.   Little Mermaid live action remake part 2, 2020 Ink on paper 14 x 11 inches Procession for a heated moment, 2020 Ink…

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detail of artwork by Marielle Plaisir

Drawing Closer: Marielle Plaisir

Marielle Plaisir Marielle Plaisir is a French-Caribbean multi-media artist who lives in United States. She combines paintings, drawings, installations and performances to present intense visual experiences. Her work explores issues of colonialism alongside those of race and class, through a range of media which include painting, sculpture, photography, installation art, and, more recently, film and…

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detail painting by Kristen Thiele

Drawing Closer: Kristen Thiele

Kristen Thiele Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, Kristen Thiele lives and works in Miami, FL. Thiele received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she studied video, sound, and painting, in 1995 and her MFA from Miami International University in 2012. Thiele currently co-runs Bridge Red Studios/Project Space, in North Miami,…

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Drawing Closer: Morel Doucet

Morel Doucet’s work explores the cultural disparity of self-realization, assimilation, and transnational identity as a Haitian immigrant.

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Drawing by Adriana Lozano

Drawing Closer: Adriana Lozano

Adriana Lozano Adriana Lozano is a Colombian Artist whose favorite material for drawing is colored pencils. She describes her work as playing a movie’s art direction: even when most of her drawings can be described as portraits, its characters are related to a permanent uncomfortable field as if we were always under the effects of…

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Artworkl by Caroline Zhang, cropped

Drawing Closer: Caroline Zhang

Caroline Zhang Caroline Zhang is a 17-year-old artist based in North Carolina. Her paintings are concerned with body image and the male gaze. She will be attending the Brown-RISD Dual Degree program this fall, majoring in Painting at RISD and concentrating in Art History at Brown. She is a National YoungArts Finalist and a Scholastic…

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Artwork by Caren Canier

Drawing Closer: Caren Canier

Caren Canier Caren Canier is a representational painter who divides her time between upstate New York and Umbria, Italy. She is a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome and Professor Emeritus of the Arts Department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY. Her paintings deal with literary and narrative themes of history, landscape and…

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cropped artwork by Nereida garcia Ferraz

Drawing Closer: Nereida Garcia Ferraz

Nereida Garcia Ferraz Nereida Garcia Ferraz is a painter, photographer and video maker who graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has received the following grants: Ryerson Traveling Fellowship National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in 1985 and in 1998, The Ford Foundation grant in 1994. Illinois Arts Council Visual Arts…

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Artists Create. We Collect.

Drawing Closer: Collecting at a Distance

Girls’ Club introduces a new initiative to sustain creative lives and introduce works by local artists to the public. While the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19 has shuttered museums, arts organizations, galleries and derailed artists’ income opportunities around the globe, like many, Girls’ Club has decided to take action. Artists create. We collect. We are reaching…

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Artist Resources during Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

As we experience these uncertain and difficult times, we hope you are enduring as healthy and safely as possible. Our social, professional and occupational lifelines have changed course dramatically over the past few weeks due to the threat and spread of Coronavirus COVID-19. For many in the arts, that means a drastic interruption of work,…

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Women Painting at Art and Culture Center / Hollywood

September 14 – October 27, 2019 at Art and Culture Center / Hollywood, 1650 Harrison Street, Hollywood, FL Presented as part of the Art and Culture Center / Hollywood’s Video Projects: Artists’ Work Lives, with concurrent exhibits Artists Draw Their Studios, Onajide Shabaka: Floridian Lacunae and Amalia Caputo: Transferences 2.0. Women Painting Running time 32…

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Sustainable Connections: Art Talk with Lazaro Amaral and G. Wright Muir

Friday, September 27, 6-8pm at Girls’ Club Warehouse, 723 NE 2 Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL In conjunction with the exhibit The Other Half of the Sky, In conjunction with the exhibit The Other Half of the Sky, Girls’ Club presents Sustainable Connections: Art Talk with artist/designer Lazaro Amaral and LGBTQ advocate/lawyer G. Wright Muir. Organized…

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Dog Days of Summer 2019

Dog Days of Summer at Girls’ Club Warehouse, 723 NE 2 Avenue, Fort Lauderdale Girls’ Club presents an informal summer series offering professional development support, discussion and resources for artists and arts professionals. Each session is held on Fridays, 11am-1pm, just before open gallery hours, 1-5pm, and will revolve around different topics that affect artists…

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The Other Half of The Sky at Girls’ Club Warehouse

On View May 24 – September 13, 2019 Girls’ Club Warehouse presents The Other Half of the Sky, a guest exhibit curated by william cordova, with work surveyed from local and national artists whose work intersects through geography, community and content. Focusing on intimate, meditative small scale works that reflect yearning, urgency and transition. The title of the…

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Women Painting screening at Norton Museum of Art

Friday, March 29, 2019, 6:30pm at Norton Museum of Art, 1450 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Women Painting (2017, 30 minutes) is a documentary film by Girls’ Club Collection inspired by the historic 1970s documentary Painters Painting. Women Painting features interviews exploring artists’ practices, pursuits, and creative drives while revealing the particular experiences of…

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Women Painting screening at Assembly Room during NADA NYC week

Friday, March 8, 2019, 7pm at Assembly Room, NYC, 191 Henry Street, New York, NY Join Girls’ Club in NYC for a screening of Women Painting at Assembly Room, during NADA NYC Week, followed by a short Q&A session with Girls’ Club directors. The short video hears from artists Harumi Abe, Elisabeth Condon, Julie Davidow,…

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