Arts & Culture

Staff Pick

Best Young Artist Putting Orlando on the Map 

Dana Hargrove

Dana Hargrove shoots some of her work hanging at OMA

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Dana Hargrove shoots some of her work hanging at OMA

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Dana Hargrove's Scottish roots transplanted quickly to Central Florida, but she still says "Orlgh-lannndo" with a delightful Edinburgh burr. Exhibiting around the country and recently back from an artist's residency in Iceland, Hargrove's crisply colored cairns were selected for this year's Florida Prize in Contemporary Art show at the Orlando Museum of Art. Ancient Scottish rockpiles inspire Hargrove's contemporary notions of urbanity, social ties and globalism, and that's not just clarty blether, laddie. (Read our interview with the artist here.)

(Sorry, no information is currently available for other years in this same award category.)

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