A new book series by The Related Group and Books & Books kicked off last week with Juan Carlos Botero’s book, The Art of Fernando Botero, featuring his Father’s life and world renowned work. One of Botero’s monumental bronze sculptures is currently on-view on the deck of the SLS LUX Brickell Sales Center, and will soon take center-stage in front of SLS LUX Brickell upon it’s completion in 2017. The Male Torso is one of several contemporary art pieces programmed for SLS LUX Brickell, a theme which is indicative of the Related Group’s commitment to the arts. In honor of the series and Botero’s passion for art, we’ve rounded up a few of his most stunning pieces, leading with Male Torso.
Male Torso, 1992
Botero’s largest and most widely exhibited bronze has moved to the corner of South Miami Ave. and 8th Street at the site of SLS LUX Brickell‘s sales center.
Sits at the base of the Gerard L. Cafesjian Center for the Arts at the Cascades in Yerevan.
Roman Warrior, 1986
The second Botero piece to adorn the capital city of Armenia; Yerevan.
Man on Horse, 1992
Bronze sculpture at the Isreal Museum, Jerusalem, Israel