"The Florida Prize in Contemporary Art"

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"Die Form Installation," by Typoe. From the 2022 Florida Prize in Contemporary Art Exhibit
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Artists range from emerging to mid-career, all working in Florida. In all cases, they are artists who are engaged in exploring significant ideas of art and culture in original and visually exciting ways. The Florida Prize in Contemporary Art underscores the commitment of the museum to supporting artists who live and work in our state. 2022 marks the eighth edition of the Florida Prize in Contemporary Art.

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