Miami Florida International University – The Art Museum

The Art Museum at Florida International cultures; and painting, especially, Haitian and University. Photograph courtesy of The Art Museum at Florida Brazilian folk art. The Metropolitan Museum International University, Miami, Florida and Art Center Collection includes paintings (by Hoffmann, Tamayo, Glackens, Chase, and Bermudez , prints (by Warhol, Lichtenstein. Indiana, and Hockney); Asian art (Japanese netsuke, Benin bronzes); sculpture ipieces by Rodin and Lipchitz); and photographs (works by Muybridge). Finally, the Oscar B. Cintas Fellowship Foundation Collection consists of works by artists of Cuban descent who have received ( intas Fellowships and includes paintings, prints, and drawings. The Museum is in the process ot constructing a 40,000-square-foot facility to house its collection and to serve as a more suitable venue for exhibitions.

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Miami Beach Bass Museum of Art

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The Museum develops and mounts exhibitions drawn from its permanent collection and presents traveling exhibitions of national and international collections. The Foyer, Main, and South galleries exhibit portions of the permanent collection of works from the 14th through 20th centuries. An additional gallery on the main level and three galleries on the second level are used for temporary exhibitions. The core of the permanent holdings is a 500-piece collection of European art donated by Museum founding donors John and Johanna Bass. The permanent collection includes 14th- to 20th-century European art; Baroque paintings and sculpture; textiles; and contemporary American art, architecture, and design. Included are works by Bol, Delacroix, Durer, Guillaumin, Hopper, Sir Thomas Lawrence. Makart. van Haarlem. Toulouse-Lautrec, and the studio of Peter Paul Rubens. The Museum will be expanding and renovating its facilities during 1999. Designed by architect Arata Isozaki. the project includes increased exhibition space, outdoor sculpture terrace, cafe, courtyard, 250-seat auditorium, and childrens gallery.

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