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A photographic exhibition by Adam Nadel with scholar ship by Jessica Cattelino

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October 26\, 2016 &ndash\; Febru ary 4\, 2017

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Lec ture and Opening Reception: Wednesday\, October 26\, 6:00 &ndash\; 8 :00 p.m.
Join us for a lecture and discussion with photograph er Adam Nadel and UCLA Anthropologist Jessica Cattelino. Opening reception with light refreshments to follow.

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&ldquo\;Getting the Water Right& rdquo\; is the motto and goal of Everglades restoration. The development of South Florida&rsquo\;s coastal communities and agriculture has reduced the Everglades in size by half. Now\, the ecosystem is at risk\, threatening t he region&rsquo\;s water supply\, scientifically - and internationally - re cognized subtropical wetlands\, and the water rights and ways of life of in digenous and nonindigenous peoples. This exhibition follows water to show h ow the world&rsquo\;s costliest ecosystems restoration initiative is as muc h a social and cultural project as a scientific one.

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Museum Hours: T\,Th\,F: 11-5 pm\, W: 11-7 pm\, Sat: 1-5 pm. Clos ed Sundays &\; Mondays.

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The Southeast Museum of Photogr aphy is a service of Daytona State College\, 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd.\, Daytona Beach\, FL\, 32114\, (386) 506-4475

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Chromati c splendor and spatial ambiguity on view in Dallas

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DALLAS--The Muse um of Geometric and MADI Art is proud to present Mokha Laget&rsquo\;s exhib ition titled\, Color into Space. This new\, solo exhibit will be com posed of over 20 breathtaking works. Laget&rsquo\;s signature shaped painti ng\, and lithographs\, though firmly rooted in an art historical context\, have been inspired by her life experiences in locations such as Southwester n America\, Japan and North Africa. \; \;

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Her recent s haped\, abstract\, geometric canvases are resolutely illusionistic yet inte llectually playful\, filled with ambiguous spaces suggesting an expansive a erial landscape\, an architectural interior or an urban skyline\, while wra pped in highly improvisational and intuitive\, lush and sensual color. &nbs p\;

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Mokha Laget was bo rn in North Africa. As a graduate of Corcoran School of Art\, she met Washi ngton Color School painter Gene Davis. Although inspired by Davis\, Laget&r squo\;s unique techniques have successfully showcased her artistic excellen ce. Her ability to pristinely intertwine colors and shape has been influenc ed by her expertise in clay pigments.  \;

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The opening reception of Color into Space will take place on Friday\, July 29\, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. The event is free o f charge. Following the opening reception\, Laget&rsquo\;s artwork will be displayed at the museum through October 30\, 2016.

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The Arcadia Lecture series will feature the artist speaking a bout her work on September 22nd\, at 6 pm at the Museum.

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The Busan Biennale is a biannu al international contemporary art show that integrated three different art events held in the city in 1998: the Busan Youth Biennale\, the first bienn ale of Korea that was voluntarily organized by local artists in 1981\; the Sea Art Festival\, an environmental art festival launched in 1987 with the sea serving as a backdrop\; and the Busan International Outdoor Sculpture S ymposium that was first held in 1991. The biennale was previously called th e Pusan International Contemporary Art Festival (PICAF) before it launched.

The biennale has its own unique attribute in that it was formed not out of any political logic or need but rather the pure force of local Busan artists&rsquo\; will and their voluntary participation. Even to this day their interest in Busan's culture and its experimental nature has been the key foundation for shaping the biennale&rsquo\;s identity.

T his biennale is the only one like it in the world that was established thro ugh an integration of three types of art events such as a Contemporary Art Exhibition\, Sculpture Symposium\, and Sea Art Festival. The Sculpture Symp osium in particular was deemed to be a successful public art event\, the re sults of which were installed throughout the city and dedicated to revitali zing cultural communication with citizens. \;

The networks f ormed through the event have assumed a crucial role in introducing and expa nding domestic art overseas and leading the development of local culture fo r globalized cultural communication. Founded 36 years ago\, the biennale ai ms to popularize contemporary art and achieve art in everyday life by provi ding a platform for interchanging experimental contemporary art.

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