Sunday, November 13, 2016

Best Bet This Weekend is the Jacques de Beaufort Exhibition at The Box Gallery!


"In the Heart of the West Palm Beach Cultural Corridor" 
Fast becoming a second home to art collectors and patrons alike, the recently opened gallery opened it's doors only a few months ago and is living up to promises and expectations. Curator and artist, Rolando Chang Barrero provides content and context to create a complete experience of the arts at the new 4,000 square foot flexible new arts exhibition space and art gallery. 


Jacques De Beaufort: Aesthetics and Surrealism
Exhibition dates: November 18- December 15, 2016 


First Viewing: Opening Reception

Friday, November 18, 2016 | 7P
Exhibition Opening Reception
Performance Art: MACROAGGRESSION in Red and Blue
Live Music: Fat Sun and Peyote Coyote


WEST PALM BEACH--The upcoming Jacques De Beaufort: Aesthetics and Surrealism exhibition, which opens with a reception for the artist this Friday at 7 p.m., includes over 50 highly collectable works chosen from 10 year survey of studies in and masterful works created by Jacques de Beaufort, a perform art piece " Macroaggression in Red and Blue", and two live musical performances: Fat Sun and Peyote Coyote. Please RSVP


Saturday, November 19, 2016 | 7P
Film Screening and Readings at The Box Gallery
Un Chien Andalou by Luis Buñel and Salvador Dali and 
Andre Breton's Surrealist Manifesto


Sunday, November 27, 2016 | 7P
Meet Jacques de Beaufort at The Box Gallery
Conversation with painter, filmmaker, and educator Jacques de Beaufort.
Jacques de Beaufort is an artist and filmmaker living in Lake Worth, Florida where he is an Associate Professor of Visual Art at Palm Beach State College.

Over the last decade de Beaufort has worked steadily towards the construction of a unique and visionary cosmology expressed through his paintings and films. De Beaufort has exhibited his paintings extensively in group and solo shows in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and London.



Macroagression in Red and Blue. De Beaufort says, “The project is a meditation on and visualization of political and cultural tribal identities and the interpsychic violence that accompanies the democratic process.”



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