Visit artist Marielle Plaisir’s studio at Studio 18 in Pembroke Pines, where she will discuss her latest series of paintings on tapestries showing intricate and fanciful scenes alluding to artists from the French Rococo period and Louis XVI’s gardens in Versailles.
Marielle Plaisir is a French-Caribbean mixed-media artist and performer who investigates notions of identity from a Guadeloupian perspective. Guadeloupe is an overseas region of France that has culturally been influenced by Europe and its slave history. In her works, Plaisir interrogates the concepts of domination, discrimination, and injustices relating to status and race.
Free for museum members; $10 non-members. RSVP here or 954-262-0258.