'Limited Edition' teams up Snap! and UCF's Flying Horse Editions

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FRED MARTINS
  • Fred Martins
Art worlds collide at this show, a collaboration between UCF’s Flying Horse Editions and Snap Orlando. In the past seven years or so, Patrick Kahn has reinvigorated the art scene with his Snap! photo festival and, eventually, galleries of the same name, which combine discerning curation and genuinely exciting opening night parties (it’s hard to hit both of those marks; most galleries are good at either one or the other). And FHE’s Theo Lotz is Orlando art royalty, the son of inventive local painter Steve Lotz and the current custodian and guiding light of the internationally renowned print studio right in our backyard. This show brings together work by 18 artists from around the globe, including global luminaries like Chakaia Booker and Patricia van de Camp and exciting locals like Tes One and Synthestruct.

7-10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, through Dec. 31 | Snap Orlando, 1013 E. Colonial Drive | snaporlando.com | free, RSVP requested

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