Nice art collection which is even better when the different exhibitions are brought. Beautiful museum located on the University of Miami main campus in Coral Gables.
This museum is on the campus of the Univ. of Miami. It supposedly has a large collection but it's interior area isn't that big. A bright spot is the collection of glass art. We have seen various works of glass art that are on the large size. These were human size and some were quite amazing. The galleries were so-so... More
We live in West Palm Beach, about 1 1/2 hours from the University of Miami campus, home to the Lowe Art Museum. We were particularly interested in a current, special exhibition by Stephen Knapp, an American artist best known as the creator of Lightpaintings. We had seen his work for sale at one of the major art shows in West... More
Well presented art and helpful staff. Collection is small with many of the works "attributed" or "school of..". But nonetheless very interesting. Note that unless one wants student food there is nowhere to eat nearby.
This is an absolute gem of a small art gallery! I went primarily to view the paintings and was not disappointed. A small, but beautiful collection on display. Exhibits some delightful early religious art, as well as a small number of impressionist / post-impressionist through to more modern pieces. Further, there are some amazing collections of other art categorised by... More
We visited Lowe Art Museum on Tuesday, and discovered it was "pay what you want" day. Beautiful building, interesting Christo exhibit, and average-interest permanent collection. Watch out for the broken parking meters in their small lot!
Before leaving Miami we took a couple of hours to visit the Lowe Art Museum on the campus of University of Miami. The Palley Pavilon for contemporary glass and studio arts was what interested us and it did not dissappoint. The exhibit was beautiful and so well done. The way that items were displayed allowed for 360 degree viewing. The... More
The Lowe Art Museum is a real standout among university art musteums. The real showpiece is the Palley Pavillion which contain many works by some of the finest American glass artists. The museum's collection is quite eclectic including American, European, African, Chinese, Japanese, and Indian art. The museum also currently hosts an exhibit of art of Christo and Jeane-Claude, largely... More
I like the Lowe because while it's not a huge museum, it's easy to navigate and always interesting and has good exhibits. Unless there is an exhibit for kids they will probably find it boring. Before you go check what exhibits are available, museum hours and costs as they vary.
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