The museum focuses on antiquities and modern and contemporary art and photography, and new media.
The exterior of the Museum building (2010) features a part of the Museum’s permanent collection, Sky (Tampa) by Leo Villareal. This installation of programmable LED lights, 45-ft high and 300-ft long, showcases movement and light in a sequencing of patterns of flash, fade, trail and color. At night, the color and light show is reflected on the adjacent water.
Explores the synergy between seemingly wholly different collections - classical antiquities, modern, and contemporary art
Including more than two dozen artworks from a variety of media and time periods
Exploring the reductive significance of the cube and the grid
Exploring a visual dialogue between select pieces in the collection
An immersive, experiential work of art
Includes early assemblages of the late 1950s through his most recent series of painted bronzes
Showcasing Americas pastime in a unique form of folk art painted on baseballs
Figurative prints in the collection from the 1960s to today