I think it’s in my head

2013 – 2014

Girls’ Club has engaged Miami artist team TM Sisters – sisters Monica and Natasha Lopez de Victoria – to collaborate with the collection of contemporary art by women amassed by Fort Lauderdale collectors Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz, and curate the 2013/2014 exhibition, selecting works which spoke to the mysterious attraction the girls felt to each piece.

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Following the Line

2012 – 2013

Curated by Miami gallerist Carol Jazzar, Following the Line will advance understanding of drawing in contemporary art, an arena that is increasingly preoccupied with mass spectacle, public space and multimedia.

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Re-Framing the Feminine

2011 – 2012

Re-Framing the Feminine demonstrates the varied strategies employed by female photographers to frame their experiences using the technology of film photography and digital media.

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2010 – 2011

Facsimile, a group exhibition of replications and re-iterations, demonstrates overlapping tendencies of artists within the collection and beyond that echo Frances Trombly’s practice, on view in the main gallery.

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Spreading the Influence


Organized by Girls’ Club in collaboration with Olin Gallery at Kenyon College, Spreading the Influence includes contemporary works of art from the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz, and recent work by Studio Art faculty at Kenyon College and members of the community.

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Set to Manual

2009 – 2010

Set to Manual is an exhibition of works in diverse media by artists from Girls’ Club collection and beyond, characterized by intensive hand manufacture.

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Under the Influence

2008 – 2009

Girls’ Club’s second annual exhibition, Under the Influence, explores the phenomenon of cross-pollination that occurs at every level of arts production today.

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Talking Heads

2007 – 2008

Girls’ Club’s inaugural exhibition Talking Heads, developed organically out of the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz, reveals the passion behind each acquisition, ultimately expressing the personality of its owners.

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