Rollins Museum of Art features work by Frances Gallardo and Nathan Budoff

Rollins Museum of Art features work by Frances Gallardo and Nathan Budoff

This exhibition features the work of artists Frances Gallardo and Nathan Budoff, both connected to Puerto Rico by lived experience, and in Gallardo’s case, by birth. The exhibition contains work by the individual artists – which examines both the natural phenomena on the island, as well as its current social, economic and political status – and one collaborative piece made by both artists, mailed back and forth to each other through 2020. Frances Gallardo was born in San Juan in 1984; she received a BFA in Drawing from the University of Puerto Rico and an MFA in Studio Art from Cornell University. She has exhibited in venues in the US and abroad, such as the Perez Art Museum in Miami, the Museum of Latin American Art in Los Angeles, the Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña in San Juan, and has participated in numerous residencies including the Latin American Roaming Art in Panama City, Caribbean Linked in Oranjestad, Aruba, the Center for Book Arts in New York and La Prác
This exhibition features the work of artists Frances Gallardo and Nathan Budoff, both connected to Puerto Rico by lived experience, and in Gallardo’s case, by birth. The exhibition contains work by the individual artists – which examines both the natural phenomena on the island, as well as its current social, economic and political status – and one collaborative piece made by both artists, mailed back and forth to each other through 2020. Frances Gallardo was born in San Juan in 1984; she received a BFA in Drawing from the University of Puerto Rico and an MFA in Studio Art from Cornell University. She has exhibited in venues in the US and abroad, such as the Perez Art Museum in Miami, the Museum of Latin American Art in Los Angeles, the Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña in San Juan, and has participated in numerous residencies including the Latin American Roaming Art in Panama City, Caribbean Linked in Oranjestad, Aruba, the Center for Book Arts in New York and La Prác