Human Animals: The Art of Cobra
Sunday, July 9 - Sunday, October 8
NSU Art Museum | Fort Lauderdale
Part of NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale's Exhibition Series, and featuring works from its Golda and Meyer Marks Cobra Collection, the largest Cobra art collection in America, this exhibition explores Cobra artists' innovative use of animal images and how they expressed elements of popular visual culture. Cobra, an interdisciplinary European avant-garde movement named after its artists' home cities (Copenhagen, Brussels, Amsterdam) emerged in response to the destruction of World War II and was active from 1948-1951. Museum hours: Daily 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Open until 8 p.m. the First Thursday of every month. Sunday noon – 5 p.m.; Monday closed. Adults $12; seniors and military $8; students $5; free for museum members, NSU students, faculty and staff. Admission is also free every first Thursday of the month as part of Free First Thursday Starry Nights presented by PNC Bank.
NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale
One East Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale