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  • Francesco Lo Castro of Art and Culture Center/Hollywood showcases Kelley Johnson's artwork

    Kelley Johnson's installation of complex, asymmetric frames, mirrors, bright-or-white stripes, planes and color fields creates an interactive play of spatial illusions and other visual challenges for viewers navigating the main gallery at Art and Culture Center/Hollywood. Interim curator Francesco Lo Castro gives a short overview and introduces the artist, who briefly explains his goals and process. Also on view are four other solo shows. Art and Culture Center/Hollywood,1650 Harrison St., Hollywood, Through March 27 Info: Closed Monday, Free admission every third Sunday, 954-921-3274; artandculturecenter.org

Francesco Lo Castro of Art and Culture Center/Hollywood showcases Kelley Johnson's artwork

Kelley Johnson's installation of complex, asymmetric frames, mirrors, bright-or-white stripes, planes and color fields creates an interactive play of spatial illusions and other visual challenges for viewers navigating the main gallery at Art and Culture Center/Hollywood. Interim curator Francesco Lo Castro gives a short overview and introduces the artist, who briefly explains his goals and process. Also on view are four other solo shows. Art and Culture Center/Hollywood,1650 Harrison St., Hollywood, Through March 27 Info: Closed Monday, Free admission every third Sunday, 954-921-3274; artandculturecenter.org
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