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Plural Domains: Selected Works from the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation Collection

Jesús Fuenmayor and Mark Hodge

University of Florida and CIFO, 2021

ISBN 978-0-9911171-8-5

This catalog was published on the occasion of Plural Domains: Selected Works from the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation Collection, organized in collaboration between the Harn Museum of Art and the University Galleries of the University of Florida, in conjunction with the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO). 

Catalog Credits

Cover: David Lamelas, Time as Activity (London), 2011, video-still
Editors: Jesús Fuenmayor and Mark Hodge
Publication Managers: Jesús Fuenmayor and Bryan Yeager
Text: Jesús Fuenmayor
Works Descriptions: Macarena Deij Prado
Copy Editing: Mark Hodge, Eric Segal, Dulce Roman, Katy Harris
Graphic Designer: Teresa Mulet
Photographers: Miguel Amat, Randy Batista, Miguel Calderón, Daniel Godoy, François Laso, Adolfo Mena Cejas & Javier Perez Ávila, Alice Miceli, Sandra Nakamura, Oriol Tarridas, Tanja Vuksanovic, Bryan Yeager
Printer: ALTA, Gainesville, Florida, USA

About University Galleries

University Galleries is comprised of three art galleries that play an integral role in the teaching mission of the School of Art + Art History, College of the Arts at the University of Florida, as well as serving the entire UF and Gainesville community.

University Gallery (UG) UG’s primary mission is to provide the greater Gainesville community with a contemporary venue that explores new directions in visual art, incorporating historical perspectives as well. UG collaborates with myriad UF colleges, community and regional entities in creating a trans-disciplinary venue for artwork that is relevant to education at UF, and the greater north-central Florida region.  Exhibitions feature nationally/internationally known artists, a studio art faculty exhibition, and MFA graduating thesis project exhibitions.

Gary R. Libby Gallery presents art exhibitions that are organized by graduate student curators, in conjunction with the director of the galleries, providing an opportunity for students to learn experientially about curation, exhibition design, and presentation, and visitors to view professionally presented shows that primarily feature contemporary art.

Constance and Linton Grinter Gallery of International Art presents exhibitions organized by graduate student curators, in conjunction with the director of the galleries that feature international and multicultural artworks. This venue allows graduate students to learn experientially about curation and exhibition design, and visitors to experience art and artifacts from across world cultures.

Parking Information

Daytime parking is available in reserved spaces between Fine Arts Building C (FAC) and Inner Road. From SW 13th Street, enter campus on Museum Drive. Turn right on Newell Drive, then right on Inner Road. Turn left into the parking lot behind FAC. The first three spaces on the left are reserved for gallery use. Parking permits are issued to gallery visitors in the University Gallery.

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About the College of the Arts

The College of the Arts is one of the 16 colleges and more than 150 research centers and institutes at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. The College of the Arts offers baccalaureate, master’s and Ph.D. degree programs in its three institutionally-accredited schools — the School of Art + Art History, School of Music and School of Theatre + Dance. The college is home to the Center for Arts in Medicine, Center for Arts and Public Policy, Center for World Arts, Digital Worlds Institute, University Galleries and the New World School of the Arts in Miami. More than 100 faculty members and approximately than 1,200 students work together daily to engage, inspire and create. The college hosts more than 300 performances, exhibitions and events each year. Faculty and students also exhibit and perform at other local, national and international venues. To learn more, visit

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