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  • April 16 - September 27, 2015
    A Collector's Legacy: Highlights from The Francien C. Ruwitch and the Ruwitch Family Collections

    Francien “Fran” Ruwitch was known for her energy, her panache, and her love of art. She enjoyed a stellar reputation as one of Miami’s most committed connoisseurs who, over the course of several decades, built a remarkable collection of contemporary art. Though he did not share his wife’s consuming interest in art, Fran’s loving husband, Lee (one of Miami’s most successful media pioneers), encouraged her to pursue her interests with vigor. Equally instrumental was Fran’s good friend and mentor, Martin Z. Margulies, who built a world-class collection of his own (now held at The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District) in tandem with Fran’s more domestically-scaled holdings. | more

  • April 22, 2015 - April 10, 2016
    ArtLab @ The Lowe- GER•MANIA!

    This edition of ArtLab @ The Lowe explores key artistic movements in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Germany and Austria. Visitors to the Lowe will have the unique opportunity to examine original works of art associated with German Symbolism, Austrian Expressionism, Surrealism, the New Objectivity movement, and German Fluxus. Exemplifying these critical periods are works by Germanic masters Max Klinger (1857-1920), Käthe Kollwitz (1867-1945), Erich Heckel (1883-1970), Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980), Max Ernst (1891-1976), George Grosz (1893-1959), and Joseph Beuys (1921-86); all of which are drawn from the Lowe’s permanent collection, and all of which will be on view at the Museum from April 22, 2015 to April 10, 2016.

    Envisioned as a model program for future museum studies courses at the University of Miami, ArtLab @ The Lowe brings together up to 15 students within the context of an upper-level Art History seminar.

    This student-curated exhibition was supervised by Dr. Nathan Timpano, Assistant Professor of Art History, and was generously underwritten by Stella M. Holmes. | more

  • May 1 - June 7, 2015
    Carlos Llerena Aguirre: Últimas Tribus (Last Tribes)

    Inspired by the symbiotic relationship linking humankind and the animal world, Carlos Llerena Aguirre explores co-existence on an increasingly fragile planet in his new exhibition, Últimas Tribus (Last Tribes). This show features close to a dozen large format woodcuts, several of which were created during the artist’s recent residency at the Venice Printmaking Studio on the island of Murano. They speak to Llerena Aguirre’s rich sources of inspiration, including traditional Japanese woodblock prints, the Norwegian painter and printmaker Edvard Munch, the Mexican printmaker and engraver José Guadalupe Posada, and the work of the German Expressionists. | more

  • June 20 - October 1, 2015
    Glexis Novoa: Emptiness

    Like Calvino’s imagined cities, artist Glexis Novoa’s oeuvre is an artful blend of emotion, ideology, and memory. For Emptiness Novoa converts one of the Lowe’s galleries into an imaginary cityscape, drawn directly onto the museum's walls. The resulting work invites viewers to reflect on modern socio-political realities and existence itself.
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  • Through May 24, 2015
    1+2: Colección Jumex in Dialogue with the Lowe Art Museum

    This exciting new collaborative exhibition pairs eleven works from the Fundación Jumex with eleven works from the Lowe’s permanent collection. The pairings are not only unexpected, but also distributed throughout the Museum’s galleries, giving rise to provocative aesthetic and intellectual dialogues across space and time. Joseph Kosuths’ No Number #001 (1989, cobalt blue neon), for example, is partnered with a 17th-century Baroque painting of Saint Onuphrius by the Spanish Old Master Jusepe Ribera while John Baldessari’s Sediment: Hand Holding Gun and Portion of a Frame (2010) is coupled with a 6th-century BCE Greek Kore. | more