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Boca Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
In Mizner Park
T: 561.392.2500 F: 561.391.6410
Email: info@bocamuseum.org

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Hours:
Tuesday - Friday 
Saturday & Sunday
Wednesday


10AM - 5PM
NOON - 5PM
10AM - 9PM

Admission:
Members
Children(12 & under)
Adults
Seniors(65 +)
Students(with ID)


FREE
FREE
$14
$12
$6

CLOSED Mondays and holidays
Museum galleries will be open on Easter Sunday, April 20, 2014

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Exhibition Images

Visiones: 20th Century Latin Art

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EDOUARD DUVAL-CARRIÉ (American, born in Haiti, 1954- ), Baron Samdi and His Consort, 1992, oil on canvas, right panel of diptych, 63 ½ x 111 ½ inches. Courtesy of Nassau County Museum of Art
ARNOLDO ROCHE RABELL, The Temple, 1991, oil on canvas, 83 ½ x 73 1/8 inches. Courtesy of Nassau County Museum of Art CARLOS ALFONZO (Cuban, 1950-1991), Afraid of Clowns, 1986, oil on canvas, 71 7/8 x 95 1/8 inches. Courtesy of the Nassau County Museum of Art.
     

 
ALEJANDRO COLUNGA (Mexican, 1948- ), Houdini's Funeral, 1990, cast bronze, glass, gravel, live fish and welded steel, 50 ¼ x 76 ½ x 19 inches. Courtesy of the Nassau County Museum of Art.
ELIZABETH CEREJIDO (American, born in Cuba 1969- ), Absence, 2002, color digital print, 22 x 57 inches. Courtesy of the Nassau County Museum of Art.
ROBERTO MATTA (French, born in Chile, 1911-2002), Re-Evolvers, 1954, oil on canvas, 81 7/8 x 75 inches. Courtesy of the Nassau County Museum of Art.
     
     
LUIS CRUZ AZACETA (American, born in,Cuba 1942- ),Hombre buscando un agujero [Man Looking For a Hole], 1987, acrylic on canvas, 72 ¼ x 48 ¼ inches. Courtesy of the Nassau County Museum of Art.
SERGIO GARVAL (Mexican, 1968- ), La Devadora (The All Consuming One), 1997, oil on panel, 55 x 45 ¼ inches. Courtesy of Nassau County Museum of Art  MARTA MARIA PEREZ BRAVO (Cuban, 1959- ),Donde tengo mi confianza [Where I keep my Confidence], 1999, series of 7 photographs, 38 x 32 inches each. Courtesy of the Nassau County Museum of Art.  

 

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