Coral Springs Museum Features the Works of Artist Luis Garcia-Nerey


By Sharon Aron Baron

The Coral Springs Museum of Art presents the works of Artist Luis Garcia-Nerey in his new installation “Shifting Lines.”

Born in Puerto Rico, Garcia-Nerey is a Cuban-American based in Miami, who brings together a comprehensive series of abstract paintings.

Much of his three-dimensional work consists of constructed environments that often starkly juxtapose each other or tell a narrative, showing the chasms and shifts in perspective that may exist from one person’s lived reality to the next.

Throughout his career, Garcia-Nerey has participated in several major solo and group shows, including at the Institute of Contemporary Art Museum, Miami, the University of Miami, the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the Hunter Museum of American Art, The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, and Museo de Arte de Caguas MUAC (Caguas Museum of Art).

His work has been exhibited worldwide and represented by galleries in Fort Lauderdale, New York, Boston, Park City, and Denver.

Garcia-Nerey’s exhibit will be on display on Tuesday, January 11 – February 26, 2022. Then, the museum is holding a reception where visitors can ask the artist questions on Thursday, January 20, from 5:30  p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

The Coral Springs Museum of Art is located inside the Center for the Arts at 2855A Coral Springs Drive.

Coral Springs Museum Presents the Works of Puerto Rican Artist Luis Garcia-Nerey

Luis Garcia-Nerey

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