Brandeis University - 415 South Street Waltham, Massachusetts, Estados Unidos
|Dirección:||Brandeis University - 415 South Street, Waltham, Massachusetts, Estados Unidos|
|Exposiciones vigentes:||Gordon Matta-Clark: Anarchitect|
|Con obra de:||Ad Reinhardt, Andy Warhol, Ellsworth Kelly|
Founded in 1961, the Rose Art Museum of Brandeis University is an educational and cultural institution dedicated to collecting, preserving and exhibiting the finest of modern and contemporary art. The Rose collection includes masterworks by Willem de Kooning, Jasper Johns, Marisol, Roy Lichtenstein, Ellsworth Kelly, Ad Reinhardt, James Rosenquist and Andy Warhol. Recently acquired works by Mark Bradford, Al Loving, Jack Whitten, Melvin Edwards, Sam Gilliam and Charline von Heyl build upon this strength, and reflect the museum’s commitment to works of both artistic importance and social relevance. The Rose is currently undergoing a period of significant growth. Extensive renovations funded by Gerald and Sandra Fineberg have enhanced the appearance of the original museum building, increased energy efficiency and created an optimum physical environment for the collection. In 2014, the campus unveiled Chris Burden’s “Light of Reason,” a major work of public sculpture that serves as both an inviting gateway to the museum and a dynamic outdoor space for the Brandeis community. Recent Rose highlights include the establishment of the New Media Arts Consortium; acquisitions of works by African-American artists, accompanied by robust programs on art, race and activism; and partnerships with national and international museums. Recent exhibitions of works by Rosalyn Drexler, Mika Rottenberg, Fred Eversley, Sarah Sze, David Shrigley, Tommy Hartung, David Reed and Lisa Yuskavage have garnered international acclaim. The Rose is considered as one of the top 10 university museums in the U.S.
Organizar exposiciones y programación, expandir la investigación interdisciplinaria y becas, y asesorar al museo en adquisiciones de obras clave serán sus principales cometidos.