2020 – 2021:
A Possible Horizon
Artists: Tauba Auerbach, Hernan Bas, Walead Beshty, Mark Bradford, Joe Bradley, Dan Colen, Martin Creed, Aaron Curry, Salvador Dalí, Peter Doig, Tomm El-Saieh, Isa Genzken, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Mark Grotjahn, Jennifer Guidi, Wade Guyton, Guyton/Walker, Rachel Harrison, Arturo Herrera, Jim Hodges, Thomas Houseago, Alex Israel, Israel/Smith, Rashid Johnson, Alex Katz, Martin Kippenberger, Wifredo Lam, Glenn Ligon, Michael Linares, Nate Lowman, Adam McEwen, Ana Mendieta, Albert Oehlen, Paulina Olowska, Gabriel Orozco, Laura Owens, Jorge Pardo, Seth Price, Rob Pruitt, Christina Quarles, Sterling Ruby, Dana Schutz, Josh Smith, Reena Spaulings, Rudolf Stingel, Rufino Tamayo, Kyle Thurman, Cosima von Bonin, Kelley Walker, Jonas Wood,and Christopher Wool.
“In 1993, Felix Gonzalez-Torres gave us a photograph of the sky – enclosed in the envelope was a sheet of light blue paper where he had written his wishes for the summer in pencil:
A Possible Horizon,
Light blue balmy skies,
Blue warm light waters.
Our exhibitions are a collective effort that builds new possibilities by creating a platform for the artists’ vision. We have deliberately focused on art that questions issues relevant today.”
The de la Cruz Collection is a private museum and is not government funded.
In the late 1980’s, Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz started collecting from their home which they opened to the public by appointment only. From 2001 to 2007, Rosa founded and chaired the non-profit Moore Space, a kunsthalle located in the Design District. (Learn more about the Moore Space.) It was then that Rosa and Carlos started planning and building the present de la Cruz Collection on 41st Street, a 30,000 square foot museum which opened to coincide with Art Basel/Miami 2009.
The Collection also organizes lectures, educational scholarships in NY for high school students of DASH, educational travel to Europe for college students of New World School of the Arts, and summer workshops for grade school children.
de la Cruz Collection23 NE 41st Street
Miami, FL 33137
P: 305 576 6112
Tuesday – Saturday:
10 am to 4 pm
Free: Including lectures, events, and all educational programs.