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ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space
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ADMSP Landscaped Gallery Space

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This is our presentation about ADMSP being a landscaped gallery space. …

This is our presentation about ADMSP being a landscaped gallery space.

Stay tuned, more to come!

To learn about our community project, join us at www.admsp.org

Visit us at: www.altosdelmarsculpturepark.com and www.linkingpublic.org

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  • 1. LANDSCAPED GALLERY SPACE
  • 2. THE OBJECTIVES
  • 3. The objective is to create a unique sculpture park to serve as an cultural and educational asset to the City of Miami Beach, the North Beach community, to enhance the oceanfront parkland recreational experience. ADSMP will transform North Beach into a community, cultural, tourism and travel destination elevating the quality of life and economy not only for North Beach but the City of Miami Beach as a whole. The objective is to accomplish this with a sculpture park that meets the needs of the present without compromising the needs of the future by utilizing subtle interventions and ecologically harmonious materials, trees and plants thereby conserving the land while using it as a park with sculptures.
  • 4. Margarita Blanco from ArquitectonicaGeo created the sculpture park landscape design. Les Beilinson from BeilinsonGomez Architects and Orlando Comas added to her design and created the preliminary and landscape plans. Their plans include sound policies for managing the property according the highest principles accorded to ocean-front parkland by using materials such as tumbled recycled glass, recycled wooden planks, crushed shell, and coral stone which undulate and extrude creating a variety of display areas for the sculptures as well as a central lawn for community programming. These surfaces protect high traffic areas from foot traffic, and reduce irrigation demands.
  • 5. The plans take into account the neighborhood context. The park will result in creating a pedestrian link to the public park spaces to the north and south, and provide current and future residents with a cultural and educational programs destination in conjunction with the other parks. The sculpture park will continue to provide a quiet and relaxing oasis in a sculpture setting. The openness of the space, views of the ocean and sky, and gently rolling topography will continue per the site plan and design of ArquitectonicaGeo. It will combine to provide a sense of peace and tranquility, even though Collins Avenue runs along its western edge.
  • 6. THE DESIGN
  • 7. Miami Beach is a barrier island formed by an accumulation of sediment on limestone shoals Altos del Mar park is ocean front parkland within the urban framework of the North Beach community.
  • 8. ArquitectonicaGEO’s design concept inspiration is an abstract interpretation of limestone geology found in Miami Beach, ocean-front parkland and urban life: all of which inform the aesthetics and layout of the space to be: Four naturally divided rooms where the sculptures are exhibited that will change from an allée, to dunes, to a maritime planting palette with the butterfly vivarium, to a lawn which the visitor can find his way as he way-finds along undulating paths as the sculptures change from contemporary to figurative to abstract.
  • 9. Lawn Wayfinding helps the wanderer choose a path within the landscaped gallery rooms
  • 10. The pathways will be from recycled materials
  • 11. The Tree Allées Seen from Collins Avenue to the driver and occasional pedestrian, they open up views into the park announcing it to the community. Paths here are made of stepping stones and coral stone bands set in lawn creating a path that encourages the user to choose their own way to come up onto the Lawn which sits in the center of the park allowing for a further discovery of the park.
  • 12. Tree Allées Open Views Into Park
  • 13. The Dunefield Seen from beach and from the recreational beach walkway, it creates an invitation for the wanderer to go see what is in that dune field. Contemporary sculptures are a part of the experience while walking on recycled tumbled glass as it weaves through the sand dunes.
  • 14. Dunes serve as backdrops for the Sculptures
  • 15. The Maritime Garden Seen from the beach and the recreational beach walkway, it creates the same invitation to go in and see what is in that maritime garden. Crushed sea shell and recycled wooden planks meander through dense planting areas providing backdrops for the sculptures and shady seating areas for relaxation and contemplation unless you stumble upon the Butterfly Vivarium.
  • 16. Maritime Garden Creates Invitation to Go In
  • 17. The Butterfly Vivarium Located at the Maritime Garden, the Butterfly Vivarium is a simulation of the butterflies' normal habitat where they naturally live or grow. In South Florida, many butterfly feeding and breeding grounds have been destroyed also because of urbanization, and as a result the Schaus Swallowtail and the Miami Blue native to South Florida are in the U.S. Federal List of Endangered Species. At ADMSP these rare species will live and thrive. The Butterfly Habitat will educate visitors of all ages about Florida native butterflies and their habitat and provide an example of conservation.
  • 18. The Butterfly Habitat will educate and provide an example of conservation.
  • 19. The Lawn ADMSP will offer the following programs to the community at the Lawn: Guided park tours by an art historian; Art classes; Classical music, jazz or other music events that are cultural in nature Book author readings; Kite flying; Outdoor Cinema; Classes such as Yoga, Aerobics, Pilates, Ballet, Qi Gong, Tai Chi and Meditation Live butterfly releases ADMSP will also be available for rental for limited private events such as wedding ceremonies, baptisms, bar/bat mitzvahs, birthdays, graduations, and other such events. The types of programs listed here are a sample of the types of programs ADMSP can offer. Each can be modified for various groups and needs.
  • 20. Community Programs at the Lawn
  • 21. CHANGING EXHIBITIONS OF SCULPTURE
  • 22. Changing Exhibitions of Sculpture! ADMSP will curate a series of changing exhibitions of sculpture in the natural sculpture rooms. The large sculptures shall be exchanged every three years. The smaller shall be exchanged every eighteen months. The Tree Allées exhibit abstract sculptures that consist of 20th- century Western sculpture that rejects representation and has no starting- or finishing-point in nature. The Dunefield exhibits contemporary sculptures that consist of sculptures from World War II to the present time. The Maritime Garden exhibits figurative sculptures that are representational and derive from real object sources such the human figure, animal figure, and any other form that retains a strong reference to the real world.
  • 23. The themes of the planned exhibitions are: The Triumph of Modernism This exhibition focuses on the the 20th century’s most important invention in sculpture: Abstraction (art that does not imitate the appearance of things). The Fascination of Technology This exhibition focuses on towering sculptures characterized by the rationality, purposefulness, and the predictability of architectural design. New Departures 1945 - 1960 This exhibition focuses on the post WWII shift toward redefinition and re-formation of the figure. Post Modernism and More This exhibition focuses on the radical shifts and new currents after the 1960’s such as Minimal Art, Arte Povera, Fluxus, Pop Art, Land Art and Installation.
  • 24. Changing Exhibitions of Sculpture! ADMSP will curate a series of changing exhibitions of sculpture in the natural sculpture rooms. The large sculptures shall be exchanged every three years. The smaller shall be exchanged every eighteen months. The Tree Allées exhibit abstract sculptures that consist of 20th- century Western sculpture that rejects representation and has no starting- or finishing-point in nature. The Dunefield exhibits contemporary sculptures that consist of sculptures from World War II to the present time. The Maritime Garden exhibits figurative sculptures that are representational and derive from real object sources such the human figure, animal figure, and any other form that retains a strong reference to the real world.
  • 25. Sample of abstract sculptors to be exhibited at the the Tree Allées Constantin Brancusi Sir Anthony Caro Richard Lippold Joan Miró John Chamberlin George Rickey Pablo Picasso Mark di Suvero Louise Nevelson Alexander Calder Richard Serra Tony Smith Barbara Hepworth Henry Moore Donald Judd Ben Nicholson Jean Arp Anne Truitt Naum Gabo David Smith Giacomo Benevelli Larry Bell Robert Morris Arnaldo Pomodoro Jean Tinguely Tomas Schutte Dan Flavin Robert Rauschenberg Isamu Noguchi Auguste Rodin Roy Lichtenstein Lazlo Moholy-Nagy Walter de Maria The sculptors listed here are only a sample of the types of sculptors ADMSP will exhibit. The sculptures will depend on availability from the owner.
  • 26. Sample of contemporary sculptors to be exhibited at the Dunefield Mac Adams Rachel Whiteread Tim Hawkinson Eduardo Chillida Jonathan Borofsky Claes Oldenburg Yaacov Agam Louise Bourgeois Pablo Serrano Kinji Akagawa Minoru Niizuma Robert Indiana Constantine Andreou Art Brenner Nigel Hall Andrew Sabin Anish Kapoor Erwin Hauer Mowry Baden Ronald Mallory Eric Hauser Hanneke Beaumont David Smith Richard Long Omiros Mark Wallinger Tony Cragg Sol Lewitt Clemens Weiss Jimmie Durham Andy Goldsworthy Chris Booth Eric Orr Bill Culbert Daniel Buren George Rickey The sculptors listed here are only a sample of the types of sculptors ADMSP will exhibit. The sculptures will depend on availability from the owner.
  • 27. Sample of figurative sculptors to be exhibited at the Maritime Garden Leonard Baskin Samuel Yellin Milton Horn Ernest Trova Dale Chihully Charles Umlauf Marisol Escobar Frederick Hart John Henry Waddell Paul Thek Joseph Erhardy Edgar Degas Manuel Neri Mirko Basaldella Paul Manship Robert Graham Arturo Martini C. Paul Jennewein Fernando Botero Auguste Rodin Elie Nadelman Alberto Giacometti Raymond Masson Albin Polasek Nikki de St. Phalle Roseline Granet Henry Matisse Gaston LaChaise Philippe Roman Alexander Archipenko Jacob Epstein Fracois Jousselin Manolo Valdes The sculptors listed here are only a sample of the types of sculptors ADMSP will exhibit. The sculptures will depend on availability from the owner.
  • 28. CHANGING EXHIBITIONS OF SCULPTURE IMAGES
  • 29. Alexander Archipenko Constantine Brancusi Turning Torso, 1921 Sleeping Muse, 1910
  • 30. Richard Long Untitled, 2000 Roy Lichtenstein The Head, 1992
  • 31. Robert Indiana Love, 1964 Alexander Calder Aluminum Leaves, Red Post, 1941
  • 32. Anish Kapoor Cloud Gate, 1999 Horst Antes Figur 2, 1957
  • 33. Henry Matisse Reclining Nude II, 1927 Auguste Rodin The Kiss, 1889
  • 34. Walter de Maria Seen 5 Continents, 1989 Tomas Schutte Hotel For Birds, 2000
  • 35. Henry Moore Large Four Reclining Piece, 1973 Richard Serra Fulcrum, 1987
  • 36. Jean Tinguely Fontaine Jean Tinguely, 1984 Alberto Giacometti Walking Man I, 1960
  • 37. Eduardo Chillida Bundeskanzleramt, 2000 Naum Gabo Bijenkorf, 1955-57
  • 38. Niki de St. Phalle Black Nana of the Three Graces, 1974 Joan Miró Lunar Bird, 1945

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