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The Museum is a growing collection of visual art and inspiration for our community. From ancient marvels to modern curiosities, the works within these walls ignite imaginations.learn about us
An immersive, experiential work of art, LOVE IS CALLING invites visitors to enter a mirrored room with tentacle-like soft sculptures hanging from the ceiling and positioned on the floor.see current exhibitions
This is the inaugural exhibition in a biennial series exploring synergy between classical antiquities and modern and contemporary art.see current exhibitions
Season of Love is an exciting slate of exhibitions focused on the theme of love for Fall 2018. Sponsored by the Vinik Family Foundation. On view August 16, 2018 through March 17, 2019.see current exhibitions
Contests, combat, and commemoration played important and interrelated roles in ancient art, life, and culture. This exhibit explores a number of these mythological and historical connections.see current exhibitions
Ranging from prehistoric pottery and sculpture to Roman marble sculpture and terracotta, the exhibition includes a fine assortment of Greek and South Italian black-figure and red-figure vases.see current exhibitions
This exhibition explores the more than five-decade career of one of America’s most beloved artists, Robert Indiana (American, 1928–2018).see upcoming exhibitions
Leo Villareal (American, b. 1967)
Sky Tampa, 2010
Light emitting diodes, Mac Mini, circuitry, Custom software and aluminum.
Tampa Museum of Art. Museum purchase. Additional funds provided by Friends of the Museum and the Raymond James Gasparilla Festival of the Arts, Inc. in celebration of its 40th Anniversary. Support for the purchase of LED lights was made possible in part with funds from the City of Tampa’s Public Art Program 2010.001. Photographer: Richard Barnes, ©Richard Barnes.© 2010 Leo Villareal. All rights reserved.
Jaume Plensa (Spanish, b. 1955)
Laura with Bun, 2014
© Jaume Plensa. Courtesy Galerie Lelong, New York
Photo: Courtesy Skip O’Rourke/Tampa Bay Times