On View

Complicated Beauty: Contemporary Cuban Art

On view October 8, 2016 through January 22, 2017

With 40 works on view by over 25 artists, this exhibition is a cross-generational look at recent trends in Cuban art.

Manuel Carrillo: Mi Querido Mexico (My Beloved Mexico)

On view October 1, 2016 through January 8, 2017

This body of work illustrates Carrillo’s masterful ability to capture the mood of his home country in an era of cultural transformation and an evolving national identity.

Self-Taught Genius: Treasures from the American Folk Art Museum

On view October 1, 2016 through January 16, 2017

This exhibition proposes reframing American folk art through the concept of “self-taught genius,” as an elastic and enduring notion whose meaning has evolved over time.

The Classical World in Focus: Animals in Ancient Art

August 24, 2016

Ram, 3rd century AD Cast bronze Hood Museum of Art,Dartmouth College, Gift of Family Lansburgh, Classes of 1949, 1977, 1988,S.2000.52
In this exhibition—on view in the MacKechnie Gallery alongside a reorganized Classical World display in the Lemonopolous Gallery—visitors will see a small sampling of the roles played by animals in ancient life, myth, and art.

Carole Feuerman

On view until January 2017

Two monumental figurative sculptures by artist Carole Feuerman (American, b. 1945) are now on view as part of the Tampa Museum of Art’s outdoor sculpture series.

THE CLASSICAL WORLD: SELECTIONS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION

Ongoing

Black-figure Eye Cup Greek, Attic (Chalcidizing), ca. 530–520 BC ceramic
For more than 30 years, the Tampa Museum of Art has collected artwork from across classical antiquity, which this exhibition explores from its prehistoric beginnings to its late Roman decline. See our exhibition on the Classical World. Read More 

“Kiss and Tell” by Wolfgang Flad

December 10, 2015 to December 10, 2017

Wolfgang Flad (German, born 1974), "Kiss and Tell," 2015 (on view December 10, 2015 – December 10, 2017), Wood, papier-mâché, vinyl paint, Collection of the artist
"Kiss and Tell" consists of some 30 individual wooden elements hanging from a grid in the Morsani Atrium. Each element has been coated with different types of paint and varnish, as well as with papier-mâché made from various papers dealing with art

Sky (Tampa)

Ongoing

Leo Villareal (American, born 1967) Sky (Tampa) 2010 Light-emitting diodes, Mac Mini, circuitry, custom software, and aluminum
The exterior of the Tampa Museum of Art features programmable LED lights, 45 feet high and 300 feet long, embedded within two-layers of perforated aluminum panels. In daylight, the museum’s façade creates a moiré-like pattern, and in darkness the LED light installation glows with Villarreal’s signature light-coded and hypnotic dance. Read more.