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Hyphenated Closing Reception & Lecture
October 21, 2021 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pmFree
Join McKissick Museum and 2021-2022 Elizabeth M. Marion Visiting Artist Arturo Rodriguez for the
closing of Hyphenated: The Works of Dan Hernandez and Arturo Rodriguez. This free reception is open
to the public and will feature an artist talk at 6pm with Arturo Rodriguez.
Register for your tickets online or by calling 803-777-7251. There are only 35 spots available for the
artist lecture. This lecture will also be live-streamed.
More about the exhibit:
In this visiting artist exhibition, both artists are identified culturally as Hyphenated-Americans
(Rodriguez, Cuban-American and Hernandez, Mexican-American). Working with a variety of borrowed
imagery ranging from video games to pre-renaissance painting (Hernandez) and from cartoons to
American home décor (Rodriguez), both artists combine these source materials in different ways to
create new visual forms. Much like hyphenated words, these forms function as the product of their
parts, but also suggest new meaning through their unique composition.
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