FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel

“The Surreal World” Phoenix Art Exhibit at FOUND:RE Contemporary

FOUND:RE Contemporary and FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel announce the opening of the new exhibition, “The Surreal World,” with support provided by Artlink Inc. 

Clouds by Rick Gayle

This exhibition cycle at FOUND:RE Contemporary and FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel will present the work of Arizona artists who are exploring a variety of imagery embodying the art movements of Surrealism. “The Surreal World” Phoenix exhibit opens to the public on March 3 and runs through May 27, 2023 with the opening reception taking place March 3, from 6 to 9 p.m.

The presented works range from abstract “automatic” works to realistic images inspired by dreams and nightmares or unconscious thought, and they are on view throughout the entire ground floor of the FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel. “The Surreal World” Phoenix exhibit will be presented as part of FOUND:RE Contemporary’s regular schedule of rotating exhibitions organized by curator Jordan Zurn.

FOUND:RE Contemporary regularly presents exhibitions that provide a 360-degree view of arts and culture via a range of visual and performance mediums. From paintings to film to fashion to sculpture, the gallery space offers a unique representation of a variety of mediums, alongside exciting events. Located in the Roosevelt Row Artist district, FOUND:RE Contemporary is a part of every First and Third Friday Artwalk, as well as being a destination for art lovers, near and far.

Meditation and Prayer by Lisa Hastreiter-Lamb

FOUND:RE Contemporary is found near the pool area of the hotel, and a limited number of parking spaces and street parking available.

This opening reception is complimentary to attend. To RSVP for the “The Surreal World” Phoenix exhibit, visit

To make a night of it, book FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel’s Local Love offer. With that, Arizona residents receive 10 percent off the Phoenix hotel’s best available rate. (Just show your Arizona ID when you check in.) To learn more about FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel and FOUND:RE Contemporary, visit

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