June 20 – August 4:
Visions of Place.Complex Geographies in Contemporary Israeli Art.
Featuring works by thirty-three contemporary artists, Visions of Place explores contenting views of history and identity, questioning relationships to, and conflicts over, place.
Billie Grace Lynn: A House Divided.
University of Miami Associate Professor of Sculpture Billie Grace Lynn presents a sculptural interpretation of a 26-foot tall hoodie and an 18-foot mirrored kinetic obelisk, this interactive, inter-disciplinary project invites viewers to reflect on identity politics, civic engagement, civil discourse, and Democracy’s precarious fragility.
Through September 8:
James Prosek: Contra Naturum / Against Nature.
Deeply invested in both the environment and environmental concerns, James Prosek is a contemporary artist whose creative output explores timeless aspects of humanity and the natural world while also engaging directly with the zeitgeist.
September 9, 2019 –March 22, 2020:
Claudia DeMonte and Edwin McGowin: Binomial.
On permanent view at the Lowe’s lobby:
Dale Chihuly’s 32-piece Mosaic Persian.
An integral part of the University of Miami, the Lowe Art Museum offers its diverse audiences opportunities and resources for engaging with contemporary culture through 5,000 years of human creativity. he Lowe Art Museum touches lives and builds communities by serving as a laboratory for learning, a place for engagement and enrichment, and a site for self-discovery.
The Lowe Art Museum is an art museum located in Coral Gables, Florida, a Miami suburb in Miami-Dade County. It opened in 1950 and is operated by the University of Miami. It was originally established by a gift from philanthropists Joe and Emily Lowe. At the time it opened, it was the first art museum in South Florida.
Lowe Art Museum1301 Stanford Dr.
Coral Gables, Fl. 33124
P: 305 284 3535
Tues – Sat: 10 – 4
Sun: 12 – 4
Students / Senior: $8
Children under 12: Free