Be first to view Project Atrium: Angela Strassheim and enjoy hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, music, and mingling with the artist. Stick around to see a discussion between Strassheim and MOCA Jacksonville Curator Ben Thompson on her creative process, her career, and her Project Atrium installation at 7:15 p.m.
Strassheim illustrates transitional points in our lives—particularly the precious, fleeting nature of childhood and adolescence. Many photographs feature her nieces and nephews at several phases of their lives, and half have never been exhibited before. The large-format prints, some as big as seventy-five inches wide, can be viewed from all three floors of the monumental Haskell Atrium Gallery where they are hung salon-style.
Free for members
Angela Strassheim: Untitled (Headlights), 2005. 60 × 75 inches. Archival pigment print mounted to aluminum composite board. Courtesy of the artist and Andrea Meislin Gallery.