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In September of 2000, during a member and donor
reception commemorating the Museum's ten year
anniversary, daughters of David and Mary Ann Harn Cofrin
announced their family's 3.2 million dollar gift to build the
Museum's new wing. They also announced it would be
named for their mother, Mary Ann Harn Cofrin, daughter
of the late Samuel P. Harn, for whom the Museum is named.
The Aeral photo below left is courtesy of Skanska USA Building Inc.
Architectural renderings on previous page and above right are by Kha Le-Hu and Partners
Architectural renderings on previous page and above right are by Kha Le-Huu and Partners.
Harn staff, UF Facilities Planning and Construction, Kha Le-
Huu and Partners and Skanska USA Building, Inc. worked
together to make the vision of the Pavilion a reality. UF
Facilities Planning and Construction is responsible for the
planning, construction, space management and physical
resource management of all facilities of the University of
Florida. Kha Le-Huu and Partners of Orlando, the
architect of the existing Museum and a graduate of the
University of Florida, is the architect for the new wing.
Other projects designed by Kha Le-Huu and Partners
include: The McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and
Biodiversity in Gainesville, Florida; The Marie Selby
Botanical Gardens in Sarasota, Florida and The Florida
Atlantic University Hibel Museum of Art in Jupiter, Florida.
Skanska USA Building, Inc. provided the construction for
the Pavilion. They have worked on many projects
nationally including the Austrian Cultural Forum in New
York City and Ford Community and Performing Arts
Center in Dearborn, Michigan.
Pictured upper left on previous panel are Mary Ann Har Cofrin, middle, with daughters, Edie
and Gladys Cofrin. Photo by Dave Cone, courtesy of the UF Foundation.
Pictured upper right on previous panel is the official Pavilion groundbreaking ceremony.
Pictured left to right: previous UF President Dr Charles Young, Ham Director Dr. Rebecca
Nagy, Dr. David Cofrin, Architect Kha Le-Huu, Mary Ann Ham Cofrin and Skanska USA
Building, Inc. Vice President of Operations Chris Wickberg.
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The Mary Ann Ham Cofrin Pavilion is dedicated to the
Museum's contemporary collection, which represents
international art in all media since World War II. The
inaugural exhibition, American Matrix: Contemporary
Directions for the Ham Museum Collection will feature
American art from the Museum's collection as well as
loans from private and other museums' collections.
American Matrix is organized around four pivotal themes:
subjectivity and personal expression, social and political
concerns, process and materials, and conceptual modes of
art practice. Two six-month installations feature the work
of more than forty artists including Willem de Kooning,
Alexander Calder, David Smith, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy
Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Louise
Bourgeois, Ana Mendieta, Barbara Kruger, Lorna Simpson,
Felix Gonzalez-Torres and Cindy Sherman.
S- Untitled (Who speaks? / Who is silent?), 1990
Photographic silkscreen, vinyl
52 x 197 inches
Museum Purchase from the Mary Boone Gallery, 90.253
Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY
Courtesy: Mary Boone Gallery, New York
Photo credit: Zindman / Fremont
On view from October 2005 April 2006
lito-g.Beof Campbell's Tomato-Beef Noodle O's, 1969
35 1/4 x 23 1/4 inches
.W Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Magoon
il 2005 Andy Warhol Foundation / ARS, NY / TM Licensed
O U P by Campbell's Soup Co. All rights reserved
On view from May 2006 October 2006
The Pavilion provides an additional 6,500 square feet of
exhibition space to the Museum's current 68,000 square
foot facility. The collection consists of more than 6,000
works of art. With the generous help of donors and
supporters, the new wing provides space for the Museum's
contemporary collection and supports the Museum's goals
of building world-class collections in five primary areas:
African art, Asian art, modern art of the Americas and
Europe, international contemporary art, and photography.
To learn more about the Harn Museum of Art, its programs
and opportunities for support, visit our web site at
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