southXeast: Contemporary Southeastern Art

Ritter Art Gallery | January 29 - March 5, 2011
Schmidt Center Gallery | February 5 - April 9, 2011

Artists in the Exhibition:
Barb Bondy, Alabama; Hunt Clark, Tennessee; Damond Howard, South Carolina; Scott Ingram, Georgia; Phillip R. Jackson, Mississippi; Clive King, Florida; Carl Knickerbocker, Florida; Christopher Miner, Tennessee; Beatriz Monteavaro, Florida; Stephanie Patton, Louisiana; Mario Petrirena, Georgia; Pandra Williams, Georgia; Kathy Yancey, Georgia.
Guest Curator: Jennifer Inacio with W. Rod Faulds

The 2011 edition of southXeast: Contemporary Southeastern Art is the third edition of the only regularly occurring curated exhibition in Florida that presents a selection of innovative art made by artists living in the southeast. Devoid of a thematic ballast, the exhibition has the simple aim that our students and other audiences might benefit by seeing high quality artwork not commonly or ever seen in South Florida and/or Miami, a growing international center of contemporary art activity. The exhibition also seeks to present a diversity of approaches to contemporary art making while also representing specific studio art disciplines that are taught in FAU’s Department of Visual Arts and Art History.




southXeast 2011 Catalogue












southXeast: Contemporary Southeastern Art

Schmidt Center Gallery: February 5 – April 9, 2011

Ritter Art Gallery: January 29 – March 5, 2011

Curators: Jennifer Inacio & William Rod Faulds 

Size: 19.8 x 25" Poster Brochure 



Images (from top left to right):

Row one:
Installation view of the Schmidt Center Gallery; Scott Ingram’s Pierce/Prop, 2011 installation in the Schmidt Center Gallery.

Row two: Beatriz Monteavaro's We Saw Creatures v2, 2011 installation view in the Ritter Art Gallery; Hunt Clark, White Noise, 2007 projection and installation in the Schmidt Center Gallery.

Row three: Barb Bondy's mixed media works and Mario Petrirena's photo collages in the Ritter Art Gallery; Stephanie Patton’s Renella Rose Champagne Through the Years, 2011 installation in the Schmidt Center Gallery Public Space.