Although there are many different exhibitions to view at Lowe, I enjoyed most the pre-columbian collection. I also liked the art of the Caribbean,and Central and South America. I only had a short visit, but I'd like to return with more time to explore the other collections in detail.
My wife & I came to Miami (from California) primarily to see art and of the museums we've visited thus far, Lowe is head a shoulders above the rest. There is a wide variety, but for us the highlights are the "Dandy Lion" exhibit and the glass. To this time our all time favorite glass museum has been in Corning,... 更多
This is a well designed museum with a wide ranging collection. If you enjoy sampling Asian art, African art, Native American art, photography, Italian Renaissance art, and contemporary art, this is an interesting destination. The 20th century and contemporary art was probably the most important. An enjoyable visit.
The art collection contained within the Lowe makes for a good 1 to 2 hour visit. A wide range of periods and styles is on display. The contemporary portion is especially interesting. Beware of the people though. The campus police are simply offensive and very pushy. They are not at all tolerant of tourists and those who are unaccustomed to... 更多
I lived in the area for three years before I visited the Lowe Museum. Since it's on the University of Miami campus, I dismissed as uninteresting which was a mistake. It has some excellent collections of native North and South American art; American art; and photography; among others. Like most museums, most of the holdings aren't on view at any... 更多
It had been too many years since I visited the Lowe. We thought about it several times and finally made it! It was totally worth the trip. The collection has expanded and improved! The African, including Egypt, collection is note worthy! The Native people's collection is also. The Asian collection is also off to a good start. Most noteworthy is... 更多