MIAMI—A series of public works is being presented as a part of Art Basel Miami Beach. Art Public features sculptures by the likes of Jaume Plensa, Mark Hagen and Randy Polumbo that are “grounded in their connection to speech and language.” Christine Y. Kim, associate curator of contemporary art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), selected the works included in the Collins Park exhibition.
Art Public is on view in Collins Park in South Beach, between Collins and Park avenues and 21st and 22nd streets, from Dec. 6 to Dec. 9, 2012. See more details about the works here.
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“Poets in Miami,” 2012 (polyester resin, fiberglass, stainless steel, and light) by Jaume Plensa.
Detail of “Poets in Miami.”
“Balanço Maré I (Para Bela e Lia),” 2011 (steel tubes and clamps) by Raul Mourão.
“Climb,” 2012 (Forton modified gypsum, polyurethane rigid foam, steel) by Juliana Cerqueira Leite.
“To be Titled (Additive Sculpture, Miami Screen),” 2012 (Cement and stainless steel) by Mark Hagen.
Detail of “To be Titled (Additive Sculpture, Miami Screen).”
“Bonhomme de neige,” 2007 (resin) by Pierre Ardouvin.
“Love Stream #2,” 2012 (Airstream aluminum trailer, glass, aluminum, and LEDs) by Randy Polumbo
Interior detail of “Love Stream #2” by Randy Polumbo.