• MAY 3-31, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    SIGHTS UNSEEN, Rick Worth

    The perennial winner of “Best Artist” awards, Rick Worth is among the defining Key West artists of his generation, and likely the most productive. From his “shingle paintings”, which frame snippets of old Town architecture on fragments of metal roofs, to the dozens of murals bearing the signature all across the island, Worth is a fountain of creativity. For this not-to-be missed event, Worth fills the gallery with recent work and installation-size paintings.
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  • MAY 3-31, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    BEACH DAY, Lucy Paige

    Sunbathers of all shapes and sizes laze in the sun or play in the ocean in Paige’s “Beach Day” series, marking a departure from her previous abstract paintings. Bright, lively and charming, the work is quintessentially tropical but never kitschy.
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  • MAY 3-31, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    SITTING IN THE SHADE, Kate Divoll

    With poems and illustrations derived from her inner child, “Sitting in the Shade” is Divoll’s ode to her adolescence in key West spent hiding from the sun but basking in the island’s magic. Supported by Anne McKee Artist Fund
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  • APR 5-26, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    WOMAN, Simone Lasswell & Janet Mueller

    Lasswell’s ceramic torsos and Mueller’s semi-abstract paintings and mixed media sculptures serve as a dual meditation on spirituality, sensuality and the feminine. Mueller’s vibrant colors feels like they’re drawn from natural pigments, and her surfaces impacted by elemental forces: water, air, heat and gravity. Lasswell’s sculptures reveal a dancer’s awareness of her body in all of its earthy physicality.
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  • APR 5-26, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    WHERE YOU ARE, Victoria Mata

    Victoria’s work deals loosely in the language of landscape in order to reveal a more private emotional space, at times pushing entirely away from recognizable landmarks into the world of pure form and color. The pieces in this series are built up from many obscured layers to create a sensual terrain, enriched by a complex history.
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  • APR 5-26, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    Esy Casey

    Former Artist in Residence, Esy Casey, showcases recent video work highlighting her time spent in Key West.
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  • APR 5-26, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    VINTAGE SIMONTON STREET: 1960s, Wayne Garcia

    Garcia carries on the tradition of his teacher and mentor Mario Sanchez – colorful, shallow relief sculptures etched in wood – depicting his childhood in Key West.
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  • MAR 3-29, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    WITHOUT WITHIN, Eric Anfinson

    Eric Anfinson's new exhibition celebrates a decade since his first TSKW show at The Historic Armory. Without Within showcases Anfinson's new body of work alongside a retrospective of his paintings spanning the last 17 years. 
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  • MAR 1-29, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    FOUR VEWS, David Genest, Jane Gilbert, Kathy Walters, and Judith Zabar

    These four artists came together in 2012 through a shared interest in abstract art, and have enjoyed a collaborative relationship critiquing each other’s work. They have found that their common interest in abstract expressive painting influences their individual work, whether it be in portraiture, still life, landscape, or collage. This show of recent work reveals a diversity of approaches as each artist pursues the adventure of making art.
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  • MAR 1-29, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    Judi Bradford

    A former cartoonist, occasional parade organizer and ongoing designer of hats and accessories, Bradford’s ink and watercolor sketches capture the essence — and absurdity — of our island home.
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  • MAR 1-18, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    Mud-Pi Ceramics Club

    This curated exhibit of work from FKCC's Mud-Pi Ceramic Club coincides with their annual benefit on Sunday, March 11.
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  • FEB 1-22, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    The Highwaymen

    From the 1950s to the 80s, a group of African American painters known collectively as the Highwaymen captured the look and feel of "Old Florida" with saturated colors and unapologetic nostalgia. Drawn from the collection of Roger Lightle, some of the finest examples of their work is on view.
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  • FEB 1-22, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    Carrie Disrud

    Inked with equal measures of confidence and whimsy, Disrud’s paintings and illustrations puzzle together bright shapes like stained glass, yielding images that might be fairy tales, or just scenes of every day wonder.
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  • FEB 1-22, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    Letty Nowak

    With a set of encaustic paintings and photo-transfers that feel like day dreams, the artist made famous by her "Faces of Surfing" series steps away from the large - scale portraits for which she's known. 
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  • JAN 4-25, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    Abel Barroso

    Cuban sculptor and printmaker Abel Barroso is known for constructing absurdist “technology” out of wood as a wry commentary on life on both sides of the US Embargo. Timed with the Key West Literary Seminar’s “Writers of the Caribbean,” Barroso’s work is collected by MoMA and other major museums and speaks with humor and heart to geopolitical concerns.
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  • JAN 4-25, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    Marta White

    A blue-eyed doll’s head wears a wig of tassel. A yard-sale dogtag is offset by a snippet of black ribbon and a rusty fishhook. White’s assemblage sculptures and shadow boxes are elegant studies in composition, aching with memory and loss.
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  • JAN 4-25, 2018 / EXHIBITION

    LOOK AT YOU KEY WEST, Maggie Evans Silverstein

    A former editor of the Miami Herald’s Sunday magazine, Silverstein trains her photographic eye on Key West’s slightly run-down charm in a series of images for her accordion-book collaboration, “Look at You, Key West,” with writer Madeleine Blais.
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  • DEC 7-28, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    #keysstrong Annual Members’ Winter Exhibition

    Irma was a reminder that the cost of our delicate string of islands is the knowledge that nature comes along once in a while to wipe the slate clean. Still, signs of our resilience abound: an orchid blooming days after the storm; or neighbors helping each other clean up. Creativity often works the same way; it returns with new focus after a test. For our first post-Irma Members show we invite you to reflect on the things that bend but don’t break, the things that last, and the things that matter.
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  • DEC 7-30, 2017 / EXHIBTION

    STORM TOSSED, Mark Hedden & Nancy Klingener

    Mark Hedden and Nancy Klingener will create a multimedia work about Hurricane Irma - starting with the experience of riding the storm out in The Studios itself, and moving on to the immediate aftermath and its effects on those who stayed in Key West and the Lower Keys.
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  • NOV 13-29, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    POSH, Paint for Paws

    Artist and art lovers join forces to support the Florida Keys SPCA, with this annual silent auction of pet-shaped paintings.
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  • NOV 2-30, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    SMALL WORKS SHOW, Curated by Lemonade Stand Gallery

    The Lemonade Stand Gallery’s Annual Small Works Show started in 2005 and since then has exhibited artists from around the globe. The only requirement is that the finished work is under 10 inches in any direction including the frame. All media is considered as long it is original – this includes photography. A selected jury determines which pieces get chosen for this year’s exhibit. Artists have the opportunity to enter up to three pieces.
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  • NOV 2-30, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    William P. Bahlke & Lothar Speer

    Sponsored by Strunk Ave Hardware Illustrations and narrative from the newly released children's book, Grandpa, Grandpa, What Will I See? telling the story of a grandfather and his granddaughter, imparting wisdom for the generations with humor, history and hope.
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  • OCT 19-26, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    TIME TRAVEL UNRAVELS, Fantasy Fest

    Fantasy Fest sets up a pop up production shop in the heart of Key West! Also featuring a collection of poster art and rare photographs documenting the Festival’s 38 year history. Explore the Fantasy Fest’s exciting history through festival posters, collected photos, plus video projections and interviews with creators and producers throughout the years.
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  • OCT 5-27, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    STREET LEVEL, Fantasy Fest Photos

    Taking over Key West every October with a riot of costumes, extravagant floats, and bacchanalian energy, Fantasy Fest is one of the most photogenic – and photographed – festivals in the nation. This select group of mostly local photographers find angles you’ve never seen.
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  • AUG 3 - OCT 12, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    MADE IN HAVANA/MADE IN KEY WEST

    Thanks to a groundbreaking cultural exchange, One Race/The Human Race, a lively dialogue between the artists and Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Cuba in Havana and Key West began three years ago. Since then, Key West has hosted the work of many of Cuba’s finest artists and a second exhibit of Tennessee Williams was hosted by MNBA.
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  • JUN 1 - SEP 30, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    MANGO MADNESS, Annual Members’ Summer Show

    Every summer, we celebrate the slowing down and the heating up with a special Members Show and party. In its 5th year, Mango Madness welcomes paintings, sculptures and assorted art objects that capture the color of Key West (or simply what our talented members are up to lately). Join us for one of Perry Arnold’s famous mango margaritas while checking out the latest works from our family of artists.
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  • MAY 4-25, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    THE FABRIC OF SOUL, Avis Collins Robinson

    Avis Collins Robinson’s new paintings and quilts portray the richness of African American life and the deep, layered meanings of a simple word: soul. Her portraits are more than beautifully rendered likenesses; they invite the viewer to look deep and experience our common humanity. Her quilts, too, are imbued not just with striking color and form but with history and emotion. They tell stories of freedom and funk, of spirit and solidarity.
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  • MAY 4-25, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    NOCTURNAL, Mark Hedden

    Writer, photographer and Studio Artist Mark Hedden has been looking at Key West in a new light – the flip side of the intense sun and sultry colors for which we’re known. In his first solo exhibition at The Studios new home, he presents nighttime photographs of Key West and beyond.
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  • APR 7-28, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    REPURPOSED KIDS, Karen Luknis

    “RePurposed Kids” is a series of vintage doll heads and Singer sewing machine drawers put together as little entities that could be described as dark, fun, disturbing, psychological, and mysterious. I like using vintage objects in my work because they are rugged and have withstood the test of time. My art is a metaphorical representation of my life experience. This series was made in part with the very generous contribution of the Ann McKee Artist fund.
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  • APR 6-25, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    GLAD RAGS, Margo Ellis

    A forty-year quilter and fabric arts innovator – and regular Studios instructor - Margo Ellis presents her latest textile works. Ellis draws inspiration from nature, photography, and the materials themselves, allowing dye, fabric and thread to spin into ornate yet whimsical creations.
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  • APR 6-27, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    The-Merger with Mabel Poblet & Lisandra Ramirez

    Mabel Poblet and Lisandra Ramirez are rising stars of a new generation of Cuban artists, friends from the famed Institute of Art who recently reunited for an exhibition at the Art Museum of the Americas in Washington, DC. They’re joined here by pioneers of the previous generation, The-Merger, whose gleaming sculptures and playful collaborations set the tone for much of Cuba’s white hot art scene.
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  • MAR 2-30, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    TOGETHER AGAIN, Cindy Wynn & Susan Sugar

    Angular steel and open horizons complement each other in surprising ways in this pairing of well-regarded Key West artists. Wynn utilizes welding, torch-cutting and grinding to create her signature works. For her, the quest to acquire scrap metal and the process of learning new machine techniques are driving forces to create. Sugar captures Key West's tumultuous summer skies, painting on site in watercolor at dawn and dusk. Later she transforms her collection of delicate watercolors into large oils in her studio.
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  • MAR 2-30, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    CONCHTOWN, Pam Hobbs & Maggie Ruley

    Pam Hobbs or Maggie Ruley are quintessential Key West artists: Hobbs with bold colors, black outlines, and a woozy perspective; and Ruley with soft seascapes that make you feel like a green flash could appear any moment. Seen together, the good friends capture just about everything we love about this place.
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  • MAR 2-30, 2017 / EXHIBTION

    BLUES IN BLACK AND WHITE, John Martini

    John Martini lives and works in Key West, Florida and Veuxhaulles-Sur-Aube, France. His sculptures are shown internationally in galleries and museums including Lucky Street Gallery in Key West, Sandler Hudson Gallery in Atlanta, GA, the Shidoni Annual in New Mexico, Galerie Antoine Laurentin in Paris, France and Galleria Santamarta in Milan, Italy. His works are extensively represented in private and public collections including the large installation, “Head2Head,” at the Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, New Jersey.
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  • FEB 2-24, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    LOST AND FOUND, Cathy Rose

    Twenty years ago, porcelain artist Cathy Rose left teaching to pursue her art full time. Thousands of clay figures later, she has built an impressive and sought-after body of work, manipulating her delicate material into faces and bodies that are adorned with found material and imbued with uncanny personality.
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  • FEB 2-24, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    FISH OUTTA WATER, Sean Callahan & Garin Wolf

    Key West watercolor artist Sean Callahan and 4-time Emmy Award winning writer Garin Wolf join forces for a unique assemblage of images and words. Fish Outta Water is a Southernmost tale of a haunted woman cast adrift by a tortured past, a decades-old story of deception and murder unraveled character by character at a most unconventional cocktail party. Callahan’s surreal portraits capture the story’s characters, while Wolf’s written excerpts provide clues to the mystery.
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  • JAN 5-26, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    THOUSAND WORDS, Curt Richter

    Since its inception 35 years ago, writers and lovers of language from around the world have flocked to the Key West Literary Seminar like the swallows of Capistrano. In a series of elegant black and white portraits, photographer Curt Richter has captured this fleeting yet persistent community. Famous writers are to be seen, yes – Margaret Atwood, William Gibson, Calvin Trillin, the list goes on – but also the volunteers, attendees and contract workers who play their role as well.
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  • JAN 5-26, 2017 / EXHIBITION

    ARTISTS FOR ARTISTS, A Retrospective of Anne McKee Grant Recipients

    Since 1994, The Anne McKee Artists Fund has been the only grant program of its kind for Keys artists. Not only has it had an immeasurable impact on an entire generation, the artists who’ve benefited – and who are assembled for this retrospective - is a who’s who of creative people who’ve shaped our community.
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  • DEC 1-29, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    WHEN YOU WERE TEN, Annual Members’ Winter Exhibition

    Sponsored by Royal Furniture As The Studios celebrates its TENTH birthday, we invite our artist members to cast their minds back to when they were ten themselves. Where were you, how did it feel, what did the world look like through the fresh eyes of a child? As always, the theme is optional, a springboard for your imagination. Join us for cake at the opening reception!
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  • NOV 3-24, 2016 / EXHIBTION

    Lucy Stevens

    With bright colors that wait for nobody, and the wild freedom of childhood drawings, Lucy Stevens’ latest series captures the jumbles of bodies congregating at one of her favorite places: the bus stop. People of all shapes, colors and sizes find themselves equal there, randomly assembled and all waiting for the same thing – to go somewhere. Stevens is a former Artist in Residence who exhibits in New York, France and Key West.
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  • NOV 3-24, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    AMERICAN EPIC, Hollywood Posters

    In time for the Key West Film Festival a private LA collector has lent these vintage first run Hollywood posters — from 1930s Busby Berkley films all the way to Easy Rider. The vivid colors and stunning graphics are as iconic as the films themselves.
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  • OCT 6 - NOV 27, 2016 / EXHIBTION

    IN/VISIBLE, Abiy Frew

    Classically trained as a figurative painter, Abiy T. Frew pushes the limits of representation and paint to maximize their expressive potential. Surfaces are built up and scraped down; pigment is applied in gentle washes or with aggressive strokes. In the context of a global refugee crisis, Frew’s latest series, “IN/VISIBLE” starts with the notion of chiaroscuro (“light and shadow”) and explores the personal and political dimensions of displacement, absence and belonging.
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  • OCT 6-28, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    PARADE LAB, Katrina Brees

    The colors, the creativity, the costumes! Fantasy Fest ignites our island's best ideas and inspirations and brings them to life. What you don’t often see are the countless hours of behind-the-scenes creative work it takes to make the magic. This month, we’re opening a window into the process and transforming our gallery into an incubator for creative expression. New Orleans parade producer Katrina Brees oversees the fun, offering tips, tricks and design guidance along the way.
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  • AUG 4-31, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    INFLATABLE STILL LIFE & PORTRAITURE, Benjamin Entner

    Drawing on his curiosities and inspirations, Benjamin Entner creates larger than life inflatable “still lifes and portraits”. The works bridge the gap between 2D and 3D and have a sarcastic edge.
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  • JUN 2 - JUL 28, 2016

    MANGO MADNESS, Annual Members’ Summer Show

    Our Summer Salon is an exhibit completely comprised of member artists, or Mango Madness, and a celebration of all things mango!
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  • MAY 5-26, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    ORIGIN, Alaina Plowdrey

    In Plowdrey's elegant, erotically charged paintings, the interplay between land and sea becomes a dance of procreation, with the female figure standing in as Venus. The installation is layered with video of Keys residents that speaks to their connection to the landscape.
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  • MAY 5-26, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    CHANGING ROOMS, Andrew Printer & KWHS Gay/Straight Alliance

    Famous for its drag shows, burlesque, festivals, and live theater tradition, Key West offers the perfect environment for a photographic exploration of identity and make believe. With the notion of transformation in mind Andrew Printer takes his camera backstage and into public spaces in search of the intangible.
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  • APR 7-28, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    HAVANA KEY WEST EXPRESS, Reynerìo Tamayo

    On his third visit to Key West, Tamayo presents a body of work created just for the occasion, including a collaboration with Miami-Cuban artist Nestor Arena.
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  • APR 7-28, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    DAGGERS DRAWN, Sharp Kal Cartoons from The Economist and Baltimore Sun

    One of the world's great political cartoonist, Kal captures the news and newsmakers of recent history with his satirical pen. The original drawings are a must-see for news junkies, history buffs, art lovers and anyone who enjoys a good chuckle.
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  • APR 7-28, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    LE SOLEIL, Aleister Eaves

    Aleister Eaves, a local artist, explores trauma and healing through multichannel video production in the Project Space at The Studios.
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  • MAR 3-31, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    EDGAR HEAP OF BIRDS, Aurora Robson & Frederick Brosen

    Three artist consider how we imprint ourselves on the landscape with the weight of culture, economy, and memory. Presented in Partnership with the Art Students League of NYC as part of Currents & Confluences: Symposium of Arts & Ideas.
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  • MAR 3-31, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    Pamela Kostmayer

    Imbued with spontaneity, play, and wonder, each one offers a story to be told, and discoveries to be uncovered.
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  • MAR 3-24, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    The Students of Roberta Marks

    Local artist and critical thinker Roberta Marks has become a popular fixture at The Studios of Key West. Her Abstract Painting Seminar students have been engaged in new creative learning at the newly renovated home of The Studios of Key West, 533 Eaton Street, for a ten week seminar. The month long show includes paintings and mixed-media by 16 different students. Some have spent multiple seasons under Roberta’s eye, while others, are debuting their work after their first formal seminar with the instructor.
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  • FEB 4-25, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    Lou Stovall

    Lou Stovall has been pioneering techniques in silkscreen for almost 50 years. His own works thrum with color and energy like fields of poppies, and his legendary print workshop in Washington, D.C. has been a haven for artists from Jacob Lawrence to Alexander Calder. Stovall’s recent body of work is built of layered and torn prints, shown with a few of his favorite collaborative works with other artists.
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  • FEB 4-25, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    KW SKIN, Michael A. Philip

    Combining black and white photography, video and sound, Philip captures his subjects and explores how aging in place – and specifically aging in Key West – becomes a celebration of style, and the joy of living comfortably in one’s own skin.
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  • JAN 7-28, 2016 / EXHIBITION

    16 TONS, John Martini &
    92 IN THE SHADE, Garth Holtkamp

    On Thursday, January 7 from 6-8pm, The Studios of Key West kicks off a new, art-filled year with open artist studios and a reception for two new exhibitions — "16 Tons" by John Martini and "92 in the Shade" by Garth Holtkamp.
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  • Dec 3-31, 2015 / EXHIBITION

    LINES ON THE BODY, Tony Konrath

    “It’s up to individuals to choose how they decorate themselves.” These necklaces drape the neck with color and light formed from rare minerals and metals. The materials are selected and cut to Konrath’s designs and then carefully assembled with a discipline of drape, tension, pattern and aesthetic consideration.
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  • NOV 5-25, 2015 / EXHIBITION

    CLASSIC KEY WEST, Annual Members’ Show

    Ask what “classic” Key West is, and you’ll get a hundred answers. It might be Hemingway pulling in trophy fish, powder-fueled disco nights at the Copa, or the legend of Bum Farto
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  • OCT 1-29, 2015 / EXHIBITION

    CÓMO LO VEMOS A USTED, Jeffery Cardenas & Yanela Piñero Guierrez

    In July 2014 at Havana’s Plaza Vieja, the general public — Cuban nationals only — were invited to a brief series of portraits in open-air studios with two very disparate photographers: Cuban Yanela Piñeiro and American Jeffrey Cardenas. The resulting photographic narrative — 100 black-and-white images — speaks to how these photographers look at their subjects, but also at how their subjects look back.
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  • OCT 1-29, 2015 / EXHIBITION

    FASHION FORWARD, Adam Maclay, AIR

    AIR Adam Maclay’s new collection transforms beauty and perspective and asks us to take a second look at how we see ourselves and the world.
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  • SEP 3-24, 2015 / EXHIBITION

    KATHMANDU TO KEY WEST, Quilts for Kids Nepal

    Quilts for Kids Nepal is a microfinance project, based in Kathmandu, Nepal. It's mission is to provide work for economically-challenged women and to finance education for underprivileged children. Founded in 2006, the project operates in an encampment of Indian street beggars located in a large field in the Boudhanath neighborhood of Kathmandu.
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  • SEP 3-24, 2015 / EXHIBITION

    STUDIO SHOWCASE, Studios’ Artists Recent Work

    The Studio Artists turn their spaces inside out for the month of September, displaying their latest pieces in the XOJ Gallery. Each artist will share works that they have created over the last several months in their new home.
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  • JUL 13 - AUG 14, 2015 / EXHIBITION

    PLANKTON PAINTINGS, Reynerìo Tamayo

    On Monday July 13, Reynerio Tamayo presents a series of his most recent paintings on an environmental theme, taking questions and speaking about the state of art in Cuba today.
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  • JUL 2 - AUG 14, 2015 / EXHIBITION

    BEING SHORE TO OCEAN, Anja Marais

    South African contemporary artist Anja Marais was born in a small town in the African Bushveld. Her childhood was spent nestled inside the cottoned, pseudo-utopia of a segregated society. Seeking to pierce the elusive truth of a land operating ‘under the rose,’ she turned towards art to shed light on the shadows of humanity and herself.
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  • MAR 5-26, 2015 / EXHIBITION

    IN THE MIX 2015, students of Roberta Marks

    Year after year, Marks has proven to be not only an impressive artist, but also an inspiring and challenging instructor. Her students work diligently to create their best abstractions, while exploring the deep driving reasons behind their personal expressions. Works representing 10 weeks of dedication by her 2015 class are on view.
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  • MAR 5-26, 2015 / EXHIBITION

    (RE)BIRTH OF THE COOL, Members’ Salon

    Miles Davis’ The Birth of the Cool is celebrated for its innovative style and inclusion of numerous notable musicians. As TSKW moves into its new home, we celebrate our own “rebirth of the cool” with an exhibition inviting members to explore ideas of reinvention and improvisation. Participating artists may interpret the concept literally or abstractly, resulting in a wide array of ideas and visuals.
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    FEB 5-26, 2015 / EXHIBTION

    UNA MENTE CAÓTICA, Stainless

    Stainless, the three-man collective of Alejandro Pineiro Bello, Jose Gabriel Capaz and Roberto Fabelo Hung, create works that are provocative and significant, without sacrificing the fun. Fresh out of Havana’s renowned San Alejandro Academy of Fine Art, these young artists who embody equal parts bravado, seduction, and humor are thriving amidst the explosion of recent interest in contemporary Cuban art.
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