The Frost Art Museum will host the opening of Nancy Friedemann’s “What Comes After” on May 20 at UP.
By Martin Haro
FIU’s Frost Art Museum will unveil an exhibit by Colombian artist Nancy Friedemann’s titled “What Comes After” at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20. Admission is free and open to the public.
Friedemann’s exhibit will feature three key pieces – “Decimos” (pictured here), “Fagua at Night, The Rotweilers Tied” and “The Same Moon/La Misma Luna” – in which she manipulates symbols that deal with ideas about femininity and the role of women in art history. In “What Comes After,” Friedemann explores the experience of identity and memory from a feminist perspective and presents them in an over-the-top beautiful way.
“These delicately detailed works of art are massive in size,” said Carol Damian, the Frost’s director and chief curator. “The museum’s large galleries are a perfect home for these monumental pieces.”
“What Comes After” will remain on view at the Frost Art Museum through Sept. 15.