Located on the campus of St. Petersburg College, the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art is modern and contemporary art museum housing works by abstract expressionist artist Abraham Rattner and his early 20th-century contemporaries including Pablo Picasso, Henry Moore, Marc Chagall and others.
The award-winning building houses the collection in an interior resembling the bow of a ship with large skylights sweeping toward the rafters of the building, a tribute to the seafaring industries of the area.
Works of neighboring-county artists, from the collection
An immersive installation of original furniture and drawings, journals and photographs
Metal, wood, clay, stone, glass and other natural media stretch the boundaries of sculptural work
Illuminates the bonds between humans and nature with a surrealist context
Exploring the surrealist movement through printmaking
Works by prominent Parisian artists of the 1920s and '30s