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March 2014

Perez Art Museum, the new museum making waves in Miami.

Photo1: Jedd Novatt CHAOS SAS at PAMM Photo by Robin Hill (c) Photo 2: Perez Art Museum Miami, Iwan Baan Photo 3 : north facade of PAMM, Iwan Baan. Photo 4 : monika sosnowska, market detail, 2013 at PAMM Photo 5: PAMM, window seating. Iwan Baan Photo 6: PAMM, south facade. Iwan Baan.

The Miami Art Museum is dead. Long live the Pérez Art Museum Miami! Opened in late 2013, the museum was designed by architectural firm Herzog & De Meuron, whose work is inescapable in Miami. This building made of raw concrete and wood gathers together nearly 2,000 works of art from the 20th and 21st century. It is a beautifully eclectic collection that mainly showcases the work of Latino artists. Even though the paint on the walls is still fresh, the PAMM also aims to provide an event-driven program for today’s greatest contemporary artists. The PAMM is a stunning blank canvas that was eagerly anticipated in this city that moves to the rhythm of art. Note that star chef Stephen Starr, who has thirty restaurants in the U.S. (mainly in Philadelphia), is responsible for feeding visitors at his Verde restaurant. A new argument for why PAMM will become the latest hot spot in Miami…

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