Bass Museum’s Sculpture Exhibition

Art Exhibitions
Date Monday, December 28, 2015 Sunday, January 31, 2016 Organization The Bass Categories Art Exhibitions
Place Collins Park Address 2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Website

Bass Museum of Art will present an exhibition of fourteen sculptures in Collins Park as part of its tc: temporary contemporary program. Originally part of a large-scale installation during Art Basel Miami Beach, these works by international and emerging contemporary artists will be on view in the public park through the end of January. Highlights include: Sterling Ruby (b. 1972, Germany) Big Yellow Mama (2013), an oversized replica of the notorious Alabama electric chair; Marianne Vitale’s (b. 1973, US) Ace of Spades (2015), an homage to the industrial age created from 60 tons of steel scrap sourced from a railway yard; Tony Tasset (b. 1960, U.S.) Deer, 2015, a 12 foot replica of a deer referencing environmental concern that nature is out of balance; Ursula von Rydingsvard (b. 1942, Germany) Bent Lace, a 9 foot form that is simultaneously delicate and massive; Hank Willis Thomas (b. 1976, U.S.) Ernest and Ruth, 2015, a metal bench in the shape of a cartoon speech bubble. Free and open to the public.

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