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Art in Public Places

The public art installations at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County represent some of the most ambitious and prolific public art projects throughout the nation. Completed in the fall of 2006, these art works connect the visual arts with the performing arts and foster a rich, memorable impression for visitors. For nearly a decade, artists José Bedia, Cundo Bermudez, Gary Moore, Anna Valentina Murch, and Robert Rahway Zakanitch worked closely with Art in Public Places staff and Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects to create installations integral to the architecture and site.

The Art in Public Places installations include Bedia's Untitled Lobby Floors and Balcony Railings in the Ziff Ballet Opera House and Knight Concert Hall; Bermudez' Ways of Performing tile mural in the Carnival Studio Theater lobby; Moore's Pharaoh's Dance installation on the Ziff Ballet Opera House Plaza; Murch's Water Scores fountain installation on the Thomson Plaza for the Arts; and Zakanitch's Hibiscus Grand Curtain for the Ziff Ballet Opera House proscenium and Green Lace Scrim installed above the choral risers in the Knight Concert Hall.

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