The Rubell Family Collection will present “NO MAN’S LAND: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection” in Miami, opening Wednesday, December 2 to the public. The exhibition will celebrate work made by over 100 female artists with paintings, photographs, sculptures, and video installations to fill 45,000 square feet of gallery space. Photographs by Cindy Sherman, a video installation by Nathalie Djurberg, paintings by Lisa Yuskavage, Mira Dancy, and Marlene Dumas are just some of the artists featured in this exhibit.
To celebrate the opening of “NO MAN’S LAND,” Jennifer Rubell will be presenting Devotion, her 12th annual large-scale, food-based installation on December 3 from 9am—11am. By using bread, butter, and a couple, engaged to be married as her media, Devotion will explore the everyday gesture as a medium for the expression of love. The exhibition runs through May 28, 2016.
The Rubell Family Collection, established in in 1964 and now one of the world’s largest, privately owned contemporary art collections, strives to feature a mixture of internationally established artists with emerging artists working at the forefront of contemporary art.