Author: FMoPA

Florida Museum of Photographic Arts Announces “Gary Monroe: Life in South Beach, 1977-1986.”

In 1977, photographer Gary Monroe, a native of Miami Beach, embarked on a decade-long project to photograph the aging community of South Beach. Vastly different than the glitzy beach community of today, the area was home to primarily Jewish retirees who embraced the sun, sand, and cheap rents. The photographs in the exhibition are composed of the community’s candid moments, daily activities, and community gatherings.

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Carlton Ward Jr: Path of the Panther

Embark on a journey through Florida’s wild heart with National Geographic Explorer Carlton Ward Jr.’s captivating exhibition at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts. Discover the untold story of the Florida panther’s triumph over extinction and become part of the conservation movement, celebrating resilience and contributing to the preservation of Florida’s unique ecosystems. Join us for an immersive experience that goes beyond photography—it’s a call to action for wildlife conservation.

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UPAG 2024

The 11th annual group exhibit of United Photographic Artists Gallery, Presented by the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts. The United Photographic Artists Gallery, which was founded in 2013, is committed to the creative advancement and representation of diverse international emerging and mid-career artists through the fine art photography gallery. UAPG supports the education and creative process of our represented artists via our internet platform, as well as, on-ground exhibits in museums and galleries worldwide. On view January 16, 2024 through February 18 2024.

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