Martin Z. Margulies Collection Vol. 2



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Martin Z. Margulies


The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse is a non-profit institution located in a 45,000 square foot retro-fitted warehouse in the Wynwood Arts District of Miami. The Warehouse presents seasonal exhibitions from the collection of renowned collector Martin Z. Margulies as well as educational programs, special exhibitions and an international loan program. With a stated mission of education in the arts, the Warehouse has welcomed thousands of students and visitors from all over the world. It is operated and funded by the Martin Z. Margulies Foundation, a thirty year resource for the study and enjoyment of the visual arts. The Martin Z. Margulies Collection Vol. 2 includes photography, video and installation works that have been shown at the Warehouse since it opened. The text includes essays by Barbara London, Marvin Heiferman and Mike Danoff. The catalogue is further illustrated with major works by artists from throughout the last century, such as Stephen Shore and William Eggleston, Anselm Kiefer, Doug Aitken, Tony Oursler, Richard Serra, Paola Pivi, Malick Sidibé and many others. Filled with countless insights and treasures, Martin Z. Margulies Collection Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 are a journey through one of the most exceptional collections of art in America.

Additional information

Weight 3630 g
Dimensions 25.4 x 29.9 cm
Publisher name Damiani Editore
Publication date 27 April 2020
Number of pages 584
Format Hardback
Dimensions 25.4 x 29.9 cm
Weight 3630 g
Martin Z. Margulies (born 1937) is a real-estate developer and collector of contemporary art and photography. In 1998, Margulies - together with his long-time curator Katherine Hinds - began looking for a suitable space to display the growing collection. In 1999 they set up a warehouse space in then-derelict Wynwood to show his holdings of contemporary and vintage photography, video, sculpture and installation work. Margulies' collection reportedly has an estimated worth of $800 million.