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Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) and Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall present Tea by Mario Garcia Torres with an introduction by the artist.
Among the most celebrated artists of her generation, Yael Bartana (b. 1970) lives between Tel Aviv and Berlin. Her critically acclaimed and Europe will be stunned is a trilogy of short films with which she represented Poland at the 54th Venice Biennale (2011). The three films—Mary Koszmary (Nightmares) (2007), Mur I wieza (Wall and Tower) (2009), and Zamach (Assassination) (2011)—will be screened for the first time in Miami as part of PAMM Summer Screenings.
After more than 15 years of enhancing Miami’s cultural repertoire, Miami Art Museum closed its doors at Miami-Dade Cultural Center in preparation for its move to its new, state-of-the-art facility in Museum Park, but not before bidding a proper farewell with a full-blown community BBQ.
On Saturday, March 2, Pérez Art Museum Miami and the University of Miami Caribbean Literary and Cultural Studies Program presented "Prisoners of the Sun," a conversation between artist Hew Locke and Kobena Mercer, Yale University Professor of the History of Art and African American Studies.