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Baker Museum


Installation in the glass dome conservatory of the Baker Museum in Naples, FL

September 2014

Curated by Frank Verpoorten, the director and Chief Curator of The Baker Museum, the visual arts platform of Artis—Naples, Frank Verpoorten has played curatorial roles in Brussels, Belgium and New York City at such esteemed institutions as the Museum of Modern Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center and the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art and the Dahesh Museum of Art.

 The Baker Museum

With a mission to inspire creativity and awaken curiosity, The Baker Museum strives to be a visual arts resource for people of all ages and backgrounds with a special emphasis on the contributions of modern and contemporary artists.

The Baker Museum, the visual arts commitment of the Artis—Naples campus, includes a three-story, 30,000 square foot museum with 15 galleries, glass dome conservatory and resource room. Special features include the Museum’s entrance gates, designed by renowned metal artist Albert Paley, and aPersian Ceiling created by popular glass artist Dale Chihuly.

Providing in-depth exhibitions of world-class artwork and opportunities for educational engagement, The Baker Museum invites you to begin your cultural adventure today.