First opened in 1937, the Museum's collection featuring contemporary art from its permanent collection and guest exhibits is housed in a 34,800 square feet art deco building with an outdoor sculpture garden.
Demonstrate a collector's commitment to modern and contemporary American art and artists
Looks at the physical elements used to create works of art
Offers a new and insightful look at modernism in interwar Europe
Explores Castle’s stylistic versatility and unique ability to construct, deconstruct, and abstract what he saw
Examines Daura’s prolific body of paintings and his storied life in Spain, France, and the U.S.
Work by contemporary artists using glass in innovative ways
Sculptures as layered symbols of protection of self, home, and family