â€œBridgesâ€ by internationally acclaimed artist MoshÃ© Y will make its South Florida debut at ArtServe. Originally from Israel, MoshÃ© Y created â€œBridgesâ€ to conceptualize the notion of coming together despite the fragmented and divisive state of the world today. The exhibition consists of pieces that emphasize the importance of finding middle ground as a way of transcending barriers and achieving harmony for all. The â€œBridgesâ€ reception also includes an open house for three additional solo artists featured in ArtServeâ€™s smaller gallery spaces including abstract architectural photography by Arthur Marcus in the BankUnited Gallery, abstract acrylic works by Ruth Sharton in the BDO Gallery, and large-scale pieces by Jay Luiz in Gallery B. â€œBridgesâ€ and all of the solo gallery exhibitions will be on display until January 5. ArtServe gallery hours are Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Guests will enjoy lite bites, cocktails and an opportunity to meet the artist. Admission is free.