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Jardín de Esculturas del Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas

Jardín de Esculturas del Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas
Parque Los Caobos
Caracas, Distrito Federal 1010
Venezuela
Contact: Ms. María Elena Ramos - President
Tel: 58-2-578 21 97 or 576 29 08
Fax: 58-2-571 01 69
Email: fmba@reacciun.ve

Jardín de Esculturas (Sculptures’ Garden) belongs to the Fundación Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas. This is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to international Arts. This is the oldest Museum of Art in Venezuela. The pieces exhibited in the Garden belong to the Museum’s collection. The garden has a permanent exhibit whose masterpieces are distributed in a tropical park of 7700 square meters, where you can observe ancient trees surrounded by various types of tropical specimens. In this sense, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the magnificent Mahogany, Mijao, Sandbox and Mango trees among others varieties.

This garden has become an urban oasis where people have the opportunity to enjoy theater plays, performances, dance, storytellers, guided tours, visual art workshops, Tai Chi, concerts....or simply have some rest, read a book or go for a walk.

Free admission.

Open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday, year round, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

To obtain driving directions call 578 18 16

Parking at Hotel Hilton and Teresa Carreño Theater. Free entrance.

For guided tours, programs for schools and community groups call the Educational Department: 578 06 53

Refreshments, snacks, and coffee. Restrooms, gift/book shop.

Artists in the permanent collection:

Alejandro Otero – Venezuela
Untitled (Estructura solar), 1985

600 x 700 cm

Dan Grahan – United States
Two-way mirror glasss pavilion, 1995
240 x 300 x 300 cm

Francisco Mariotti – Perú
Canto Cuántico. Usted va a acabar con todos los peces de este río, 1995-96

Variable dimentions

Sergio de Camargo – Brasil Ala lunar, 1978
600 x 300 x 60,5 cm

Alicia Penalba – Argentina
Gran homenaje a César Vallejo, 1974

570 x 105 x 48 cm

Edgar Negret – Colombia
Andes, 1980
335 x 133 110 cm

Luis Camnitzer – Uruguay
Epitafio, 1995

90 x 90 x 90 cm

Arnaldo Pomodoro – Italy
Rotante máximo IV, 1969-70
95 x 95 x 16 cm

Harry Abend – Venezuela
Homenaje a Miguel Arroyo, 1974

114 x 254 x 35 cm

Keneth Armitage – England
Pandarus, 1964

169 x 70,5 x 64 cm

Alberto Guzmán – Perú
Columna, ca. 1976

258 x 84 x 75 cm

Carlos Rojas – Colombia
Puerta, 1992

360 x 360 x 100 cm

Jacques Lipchitz – France
Sacrificio III, 1949-57

141,5 x 103,5 x 61 cm

Alexander Calder – United States
La ciudad, 1960

236 x 514 x 305 cm

Max Bill – Switzerland
Plano doble
Con seis esquinas rectangulares, 1948-79
162,5 x 164 x 105,5 cm

 


Alejandro Otero
&
Alexander Calder

 

 

 


Dan Grahan

 

 

 


Sergio de Camargo

 

 

 


Luis Camnitzer

 

 

 


Adéla Matasová

 

 

 


Alexander Calder
&
Max Bill
 


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