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Paintings, sculptures, and textiles from the Renaissance to the present.
When French conceptual artist Bernar Venet wrapped a thin strip of silver around the future Diane Venet’s finger to propose marriage, the stylish c...
Eve Sussman first stunned the art world with her film 89 Seconds at Alcázar, which earned critical raves at the 2004 Whitney Biennale. Sussman crea...
The Bass Museum has always been a beautiful and sort of mysterious place on Miami Beach. The Art Deco coral building sits north of Washington's clu...
In a town as party-centric as Miami, nightlife infiltrates everything. A relaxing day at the pool becomes a debauched Sunday Funday pool party. A n...
Peter Dinklage has earned global fame, not to mention Emmy and Golden Globe honors, playing the brilliant, conniving Tyrion Lannister on HBO's Game of Thrones. So it's a shock to walk into the Bass Museum of Art to find Dinklage's familiar face... More »
Peter Dinklage has earned global fame, not to mention Emmy and Golden Globe honors, playing the brilliant, conniving Tyrion Lannister on HBO's Game of Thrones. So it's a shock to walk into the Bass M... More »
We've heard of clothing as art, shoes as art, and hair as art. So it's not a far stretch to expect jewelry to be art, too. Thanks to Diane Venet, this is now a reality that we can all gawk at at the B... More »
This provocative exhibit, boasting six solo shows under one roof, corrals an impressive cast of talent from the United States, Finland, Germany, Thailand, and the United Kingdom to explore how historical works and concepts transform across time... More »
Last year, the Bass took a radical departure from the musty offerings of baroque paintings and uneven programming that led to the institution's decline. In spring 2009, museum visitors were greeted at the entrance by a local artist who had buried himself in the ground with only his head exposed like an Indian fakir. The neck-craning moment occurred during the opening of "The Best of Bert Rodriguez -- Greatest Hits Vol. 1." The occasion loudly telegraphed that new director Silvia Karman... More »
We waited and waited (and waited) for the old Bass Museum to reopen after an extensive, eight-million-dollar renovation and expansion. It turned out to be worth the wait. For more than three years the City of Miami Beach, which owns the museum, suffered through interminable, costly construction problems. First the roof fell in. Then a new concrete floor came crashing down from its broken support beams. Then the new climate-control system had to be completely retooled. Then a water valve... More »
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