Where Do We Go From Here? Selections from La Coleccón Jumex at Bass Museum of Art, Miami

Where Do We Go From Here? at the Bass Museum of Art in Miami presents a selection of works from La Colección Jumex. The Jumex Collection, based in Mexico City, is the largest private collection of international contemporary art in Latin America. For the first time, this collection is shown in the United States. Where Do We Go From Here? includes a selection of international figures of contemporary art such as Ugo Rondinone, Jenny Holzer, Louise Lawler, On Kawara, Kelly Walker, Rudolf Stingel, Paul McCarthy, Andy Warhol, Gabriel Orozco and Minerva Cuevas, alongside Mexican conceptual artists: Damian Ortega, and Stephan Bruggeman. The show has been co-curated by Silvia Karman Cubií±a and Raphaela Platow, in collaboration with Victor Zamudio Taylor, Curator of the Jumex Collection. The group show at the Bass Museum runs until March 14, 2009, and will later travel to the Cincinnati Art Center.

On display are, among other works, Elmgreen & Dragset’s VIP door “But I’m on the Guest List” (2007), Jeff Koons’ “Ball Total Equilibrium Tank (1986), Gabriel Kuri’s bauble’s in a barrow, “Carretilla IV” (1999), Sherrie Levine’s cast bronze urinal “Buddha” (1996), Gabriel Orozco’s “Oval Billiard Table” (1996), Robert Gober’s “Urinal” (1985).

Where Do We Go From Here? Selections from La Colección Jumex at Bass Museum of Art, Miami. Annual Art Basel Miami Beach Reception, December 2, 2009.

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