Vero Beach Museum of Art

Vero Beach Museum of Art

3001 Riverside Park Dr., Vero Beach, FL 32963 - United States

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Renowned as being the largest cultural arts facility of its kind on Florida’s Treasure Coast, the Vero Beach Museum of Art offers visitors the chance to view world class exhibitions from regional and international artists. See five art galleries, two sculpture parks, museum store, and Museum Art School. Don’t miss the chance to introduce young art lovers to the children’s galleries and the Art Zone an interactive children’s space. For more information visit the website!

Exhibits


Fred Wilson, The Way the Moon’s in Love with the Dark (2017)
Now thru December 31, 2019
Post-Front Rotunda
The chandelier by Fred Wilson entitled The Way the Moon’s in Love with the Dark is on view in the front Rotunda and provides an exciting introduction for our visitors, engaging them from the moment they enter the Museum.

From Homer to Hopper: American Art from The Phillips Collection
February 1 – May 31, 2020
Holmes and Titelman Galleries

This exhibition has been organized by The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC
From Homer to Hopper presents some of the most important American paintings and sculptures from The Phillips Collection in Washington, DC. The exhibition explores the history of American art from the late 19th century through the 1960s, as the country was establishing its artistic identity and setting the course for modern art in the United States. The stunning selection of works encompasses the exacting realism of Thomas Eakins and Winslow Homer, the impressionist paintings of Childe Hassam and John Henry Twachtman, the evocative images of Edward Hopper and Charles Sheeler, and then continues with the bold modernist abstractions of Stuart Davis, Arthur Dove, and Georgia O’Keeffe.

This exhibition has been organized by The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

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