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Gallery 2014
2014 Harrison St.reet
Hollywood, FL 33019

Phone: 954-505-3291


Mission Statement
On Thursday, March 28, an exciting, new nonprofit concept established to bring the community together to celebrate, enjoy, learn and acquire exceptional artwork of emerging artists from around the globe will debut in the Hollywood, Fla. Art District. The working independent Gallery 2014 will provide an unprecedented opportunity for new and emerging artists from developing countries, as well as local and student artists who might otherwise lack access to the public, to showcase their quality, original pieces and sell them for fair value. In addition, the unique gallery will offer an “artists-in-residence” program, skills workshops, open studio time, gallery tours, art appreciation and educational lectures, fundraising events for other nonprofit organizations and more. Gallery 2014’s surplus funds will go to support the arts and arts education in South Florida. Born from co-founder Elizabeth Sanjuan’s longtime passion for art and digital photography, Gallery 2014 will feature contemporary visual artwork including exhibits of photography, drawings, paintings and sculpture from emerging artists from Florida and around the world. Special attention will be given to representations of the human form, portraiture and the depiction of people in their daily interaction with the world. Sanjuan and her husband/Gallery 2014 co-founder Ken Brown created the Sanjuan-Brown Hollywood Arts Foundation, Inc. dba Gallery 2014 to become a community supporter of the arts and leading Florida cultural institution. They are dedicated supporters of the arts in South Florida through their personal artwork, museum board participations and donations both through their charitable foundation, Fundación Sanjuan, and as individuals. Sanjuan also hopes to attract renowned art critics, museum directors, gallerists, art publication editors, and art collectors to Gallery 2014 to exchange ideas and foster discussion of current cultural issues raised by exhibit pieces. Exhibitions will rotate; current artwork on display represents the talents of approximately 20 artists, including some referred to Gallery 2014 by Hispanic Unity, the largest non-profit organization in Broward County dedicated to serving the Hispanic population. Among the art to be displayed will be works by Purvis Young, Christina Major, and Eduardo “Eddie” Mendietta, who is the gallery’s mural artist. The 5,000-square-foot Gallery 2014 includes 3,000 square feet of gallery space, plus approximately 2,000 square feet of space for art classes, live studio sessions, lectures, seminars and more. The gallery’s inaugural exhibitions will feature a sneak peek into the local Florida artists that will be represented by Gallery 2014 in its first year, as well as an exhibition titled Return From the East, featuring a collection of works from Hong Kong, China, Vietnam, Indonesia and Japan that Sanjuan and Brown collected during their year in Hong Kong in 2012. Through Gallery 2014’s artists-in-residence program, up to four artists at a time will cultivate and develop their skills on-site from two months to one year. Artist-in-residence applications can be submitted online. Gallery 2014 will also offer and develop first-rate art educational programs for adults and young adults designed to complement and extend classes currently being offered at other local venues. In support of other area nonprofit organizations, Gallery 2014 will host nonprofit events for a modest fee, and welcomes the opportunity to work with area charities. Gallery 2014 hours are Tuesday through Thursday from 12–8 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 12–10 p.m. and by appointment. The gallery is closed Sunday and Monday.


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