Skyway 2024: 12 Ways of Looking at a Landscape


Jul 19 2024 - Nov 23 2024


USF Contemporary Art Museum
4202 E. Fowler Avenue CAM101, Tampa, FL 33620

Skyway 2024: 12 Ways of Looking at a Landscape is USF Contemporary Art Museum’s contribution to Skyway 2024: A Contemporary Collaboration, a multi-venue exhibition that profiles the best new art in the Tampa Bay region. Other institutions participating in Skyway 2024 include The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, the Sarasota Art Museum, and the Tampa Museum of Art.

Skyway 2024: 12 Ways of Looking at a Landscape features artworks by Elisabeth Condon, Keith Crowley, John Gurbacs, Karen Tucker Kuykendall, Caui Lofgren, Bruce Marsh, Eric Ondina, Sebastian Ore Blas, Andrés Ramirez, Bradford Robotham, Erin Titus, and Susanna Wallin. Their artworks focus on a wide-open notion of landscape, invoking both the particularities of place and the universal ideas they provoke. Their wildly varied representations give sharp-eyed evidence of a common territory—the rich artistic landscape of a cultural region that has very much come into its own.

Skyway 2024: 12 Ways of Looking at a Landscape is supported in part by the Florida Department of State, Florida Arts & Culture; the USF College of The Arts; the Lee and Victor Leavengood Endowment; and the Dr. Allen W. and Janet G. Root CAM Endowment. Skyway 2024: A Contemporary Collaboration is supported by the Gobioff Foundation and the Stanton Storer Embrace the Arts Foundation.

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