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
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