Heading to Miami? You’re Invited: Columbia University at Art Basel Miami Beach
Join the Columbia University Club of South Florida and the Columbia Alumni Association (CAA) at the Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach. Network among priceless pieces of art and tour the museum guided by an experienced docent and explore the galleries and exhibits, including the GOLD exhibition and the newly opened Peter Marino: One Way.
Celebrate an art-filled evening with fellow Columbians from around the world at this local Miami Beach venue!
Thursday, December 4th, 2014
6:30-7:30pm Guided docent tours
7:30-9:30pm Networking reception
2100 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Program and Reception including wine, beer, light hors d’ouevres, exclusive gallery and exhibit tours open to our alumni
Early Bird Registration (prior to November 13th): Alumni $30; Guests $30
Registration (after November 13th): Alumni $40; Guests $45
At the door: $50
One Way: Peter Marino
One Way: Peter Marino explores the renowned American architect and designer’s multi-faceted relationship with art. Peter Marino has been recognized as a pioneer of cross-disciplinary practice, and for the past four decades has been celebrated for his forward thinking practice at the intersection of art, architecture, fashion, and creative spatial design. Marino has a longstanding tradition of working closely with artists to commission artworks for his architecture and design. http://www.bassmuseum.org/art/one-way-peter-marino/
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Bass Museum of Art presents GOLD, featuring artworks by contemporary artists who physically or conceptually utilize gold in their practice. The 24 international artists in GOLD examine the multitude of ideas with which the material is associated, using gold to reinforce or challenge notions of transformation, beauty, spirituality, and values, both economic and moral. http://www.bassmuseum.org/art/gold/
About the Bass Museum:
Located in Miami Beach, the Bass Museum of Art offers a dynamic year-round calendar of exhibitions dedicated to its mission to inspire and educate by exploring the connections between its historical collections and contemporary art. This includes art from its permanent collection of Renaissance and Baroque paintings, sculpture, textiles and Egyptian Gallery.
Parking: Valet parking available onsite
Questions? Contact Jordan Trachtenberg ’08GSAPP, Director of Recent Alumni Committee, at [email protected]