Highlights from the Permanent Collection at Miami Art Museum
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Highlights from the Permanent Collection at Miami Art Museum
The Miami Art Museum.

MIAMI, FL.- The Miami Art Museum opened the exhibit Big Juicy Paintings (and more): Highlights from the Permanent Collection through September 17, 2006. The MAM turns its largest exhibition space over to its growing permanent collection highlighting works that have never been seen before as part of the collection, or have not been exhibited in several years due to space constraints.

Included in the exhibition are paintings by Carlos Alfonso, Guillermo Kuitca, Morris Louis, Fabian Marcaccio, Odili Donald Odita, Gerhard Richter, James Rosenquist, Susan Rothenberg, Sean Scully and Frank Stella. Also include are sculptures and installations by Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Edouard Duval-Carrié, Nancy Graves, Jim Hodges, Chris Macdonald, Louise Nevelson, Lorna Simpson, and Rubén Torres-Llorca.

The exhibition is organized by Miami Art Museum and curated by Assistant Director for Programs/Senior Curator Peter Boswell. The exhibition is supported by MAM’s Annual Exhibition Fund.

MAM’s exhibition program, one of the most ambitious in the United States, is the primary vehicle through which we establish our curatorial viewpoint, and further Miami's growing national reputation as a leading center for the arts. MAM looks at international art from the perspective of the Americas and the growing tendency to cross borders, bringing together different cultural traditions. MAM has forged strong alliances with other major museums in North America and beyond to present world-class exhibitions to the community. In 2004-2006, MAM’s curators originated 14 of the 16 exhibitions the museum presents.

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