Monday, December 30, 2019

Baker Museum

Back In Naples.

The Baker Museum at Artis Naples just opened after a lengthy post-Irma rebuild. 
Though open to visitors, exterior cladding work continues.
There are currently three exhibition themes. 

The first floor shows iconic works from the permanent collection. 

The second floor has a loaned exhibition from the Dixon Galleries and Gardens in Memphis.
It features impressionists and post-impressionists like Monet, Rodin, several Renoirs,
Matisse and a Berthe Morisot. 

The third floor has exhibitions on the theme of letters and words.  The two on the right are by Robert Indiana.  The ones on the left are from a feminist series by Barbara Kruger, 
We Will No Longer Be Seen and Not Heard.


Sharon said...

There is a lot to see at this museum.

RedPat said...

It didn't take you long to get out & about, Jack!

Taken For Granted said...

Good to know this museum has survived and is now open. They have an impressive collection of art.

Lois Evensen said...

A beautiful place to explore!

William Kendall said...

The Impressionists would particularly draw me in.