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  • In December 2013 the Miami Art Museum will reopen in downtown as the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). With the opening of the Herzog & de Meuron-designed facility, and that of the Patricia and Phillip…   See the Gallery

  • The new Pérez Art Museum Miami will be on the northeast side of the Museum Park (formerly Bicentennial Park), bordering Highway I-395 and located next to Biscayne Bay.   See the Image

  • PAMM’s inaugural exhibition lineup will include: Ai Weiwei: According to What?, the first major international survey of this artist’s multifaceted artistic oeuvre; Caribbean: Crossroads of the…   See the Image

  • The new facility will be approximately three times the size of the museum’s current facility at 101 West Flagler Street in Miami.   See the Image

  • In December 2011, Jorge M. Pérez, a longtime trustee and leading collector of Latin American art, made a landmark leadership gift of $40 million in cash and art to support the campaign for the new…   See the Image

  • One of the museum's green initiatives, hanging gardens will be composed of native plants and irrigated by collected rainwater to reduce water consumption.    See the Image

  • This is the future site of the focus gallery. The Museum began collecting in 1996 with a focus on art from the 20th and 21st centuries and the cultures of the Atlantic Rim (the Americas, Western…   See the Image

  • The Museum’s collection now numbers more than 1,300 works. In 2013 the Museum acquired approximately 300 works from the collection of Dennis and Debra Scholl, which range from painting and sculpture…   See the Image

  • In 2004 the voters of Miami-Dade County approved $100 million in bond funding and the City of Miami provided a location on Biscayne Bay for the new facility.    See the Image

  • Connie and Ted's Upscale L.A. Clam Shack

    The northeast corner of Havenhurst and Santa Monica in West Hollywood has always been known as the location for one of L.A.’s most storied eateries. First it was Theodore’s Café, and in the…   Read the Article