, level 2
Open to the public
These underwater photographs depict inside views of vacant swimming pools. The images represent the perception of specific spaces beneath the water’s surface and mirror experiences with the color blue as a surrounding element. The ever-changing reflective lines and forms create infinite shades of blue and are symbolic of the holiday and leisure culture of South Florida.
Petra Liebl-Osborne is an internationally recognized artist and art historian with exhibitions in Germany, Italy and the US. She is currently focusing on site-specific artworks (such as, Approach towards an Architecture – The Casa Malaparte on the Island of Capri). She works with a variety of media: painting, fabric, photography, video and digital imaging.
For more information, please contact the Division of Fine Arts and Cultural Affairs at 305-876-0749.
- North Terminal D - MIA Flower Fence
- North Terminal D - 20 photos 10 years
- North Terminal D - Andan Volando
- North Terminal D - All We Need is Love
- North Terminal D - Air Chair
- Central Terminal E - From the Land of Sun and Fun
- Central Terminal F - It Must be the Water
- Central Terminal F - Waterspaces
- Central Terminal Skywalk - Gifts from the Sea
- South Terminal H - Carybé Murals
- South Terminal J - Temporary Altars
- South Terminal J 3rd Floor - Hortensia