From a rare Frank Stella to a new Sarah Lucas sculpture: discover ten significant works in ‘OVR: Miami Beach’ by undefined

From a rare Frank Stella to a new Sarah Lucas sculpture: discover ten significant works in ‘OVR: Miami Beach’

The women of Abstract Expressionism rub shoulders with folk art and contemporary figuration


Alexander Calder, Black II, 1949. Courtesy of the artist and Helly Nahmad Gallery, New York City.
Alexander Calder, Black II, 1949. Courtesy of the artist and Helly Nahmad Gallery, New York City.
Alexander Calder, Black II, 1949. Courtesy of the artist and Helly Nahmad Gallery, New York City.
Everett Gee Jackson,The Jarabe Dance (The Mexican Hat Dance), 1945. Courtesy of Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York.
Everett Gee Jackson,The Jarabe Dance (The Mexican Hat Dance), 1945. Courtesy of Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York.
Everett Gee Jackson,The Jarabe Dance (The Mexican Hat Dance), 1945. Courtesy of Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York.
Joan Mitchell, Pour Patou, 1976. Courtesy of Gray, Chicago.
Joan Mitchell, Pour Patou, 1976. Courtesy of Gray, Chicago.
Joan Mitchell, Pour Patou, 1976. Courtesy of Gray, Chicago.
Helen Frankenthaler, Formations,1963–1964. Courtesy of Yares Art, New York City.
Helen Frankenthaler, Formations,1963–1964. Courtesy of Yares Art, New York City.
Helen Frankenthaler, Formations,1963–1964. Courtesy of Yares Art, New York City.
Alma Woodsey Thomas, Scarlet Sage Dancing a Whirling Dervish, 1976. Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery LLC, New York City.
Alma Woodsey Thomas, Scarlet Sage Dancing a Whirling Dervish, 1976. Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery LLC, New York City.
Alma Woodsey Thomas, Scarlet Sage Dancing a Whirling Dervish, 1976. Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery LLC, New York City.
Carla Accardi, Segni Neri, 1967. Courtesy of Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York City.
Carla Accardi, Segni Neri, 1967. Courtesy of Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York City.
Carla Accardi, Segni Neri, 1967. Courtesy of Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York City.
Frank Stella, Damascus Gate, Stretch Variation II, Half Size, 1969. Courtesy Edward Tyler Nahem, New York City.
Frank Stella, Damascus Gate, Stretch Variation II, Half Size, 1969. Courtesy Edward Tyler Nahem, New York City.
Frank Stella, Damascus Gate, Stretch Variation II, Half Size, 1969. Courtesy Edward Tyler Nahem, New York City.
Andy Warhol, Four Marilyns (Reversal), 1979–1986. Courtesy Van de Weghe, New York City.
Andy Warhol, Four Marilyns (Reversal), 1979–1986. Courtesy Van de Weghe, New York City.
Andy Warhol, Four Marilyns (Reversal), 1979–1986. Courtesy Van de Weghe, New York City.
Tracey Emin, Feeling Pregnant III, 2005. Courtesy of White Cube London, Hong Kong.
Tracey Emin, Feeling Pregnant III, 2005. Courtesy of White Cube London, Hong Kong.
Tracey Emin, Feeling Pregnant III, 2005. Courtesy of White Cube London, Hong Kong.
Sarah Lucas, ALICE COOPER, 2020.Tights, wire, wool, spring clamp, shoes, acrylic paint, metal chair. Sculpture: 99 x 50 x 90cm. Plinth: 20.3 x 121.9 x 121.9cm. Credit: © Sarah Lucas, Sadie Coles HQ, London. Photo by Robert Glowacki.
Sarah Lucas, ALICE COOPER, 2020.Tights, wire, wool, spring clamp, shoes, acrylic paint, metal chair. Sculpture: 99 x 50 x 90cm. Plinth: 20.3 x 121.9 x 121.9cm. Credit: © Sarah Lucas, Sadie Coles HQ, London. Photo by Robert Glowacki.
Sarah Lucas, ALICE COOPER, 2020.Tights, wire, wool, spring clamp, shoes, acrylic paint, metal chair. Sculpture: 99 x 50 x 90cm. Plinth: 20.3 x 121.9 x 121.9cm. Credit: © Sarah Lucas, Sadie Coles HQ, London. Photo by Robert Glowacki.