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Outstanding Press Coverage for The Art of Nathan Sawaya

The press has been buzzing since the opening of The Art of Nathan Sawaya featuring IN PIECES — check out some of the coverage:

“Yellow” is a pretty iconic piece. It’s been an important piece for me in many ways, but also, so many people contact me about that piece. I think that it speaks to people in many different ways. It’s about opening oneself up to the world on one level. It’s interesting how many folks need to talk to me about it. It’s interesting how many people connect to it.

– Nathan Sawaya, in an interview in Boca Magazine

Jane Hart, curator of exhibitions, said the Art and Culture Center was one of the institutions that gave Sawaya a solo show early on. “We felt that it would be a good thing to bring him back,” Hart said, “especially since he has this new body of work. We’re really fortunate to have him bring his work down to us for yet another return engagement.”

LEGO exhibit back at Hollywood museum, Sun Sentinel.

“When I was about 10 years old, I asked my parents if I could get a pet dog, and when they didn’t get one for me, I created a life-size dog for myself out of LEGO bricks,” said Sawaya. “It was an early turning point in my art career.”

LEGO artist Nathan Sawaya presents his latest work at Art and Culture Center of Hollywood at Miami.com.

On View Magazine features Art and Culture Center’s new show,“The Art of Nathan Sawaya featuring ‘In Pieces’”

“Nathan Sawaya: LEGO My Van Gogh” on wnpr.org

“Behind the Scenes Images of Lady Gaga’s G.U.Y. VIDEOS in collaboration with Brick Artist Nathan Sawaya” on Monstersandcritics.com

Nathan on the cover of Hollywood Gazette.

“Unlocking the Imaginations of Children Around the World With LEGOSon abc NEWS

Nathan featured on Deco Drive television.

“Meet LEGO Artist Nathan Sawaya, Who Left His Job as an Attorney to Pursue the Arts” on Complex.com

The Art of Nathan Sawaya featuring IN PIECES is supported in part by a Cultural Tourism Program grant from the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council; the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau; The Westin Diplomat Resort and Spa; and The Miami Herald.