Founded in 1941, the Museum's permanent collection consists of some 7,600 works of art concentrated in five curatorial departments: European, American, Chinese, Contemporary and Photography.
Holdings of 19th- and 20th-century painting and sculpture include works by Brancusi, Gauguin, Matisse, Miró, Monet, Picasso, Davis, Hassam, Hopper, Manship, O'Keeffe, Pollock and Sheeler.
Since 2011, the Museum has hosted an annual exhibition series of solo exhibitions highlighting the contributions of living female painters and sculptors.
50 rarely seen works from prestigious private South Florida collections
30 paintings, drawings and collages that visually articulate social dynamics
50 photographs made without the use of a conventional camera
Examines Oldenburg’s early interpretations of the typewriter eraser
Illuminates the close relationship between Precisionist paintings and photographs
Exceptionally rare paintings depicting a late Ming dynasty Lantern Festival
60 works traces the history of photography through portraiture
15 watercolors from late 19th-century masters