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As authorities predicted, and as verified by this video taken from a bystander’s cell phone, on July 12 El Biblibandido (a masked bandit who, starving for stories, gallops around terrorizing little kids until they write and offer him their stories), did in fact strike Pérez Art Museum Miami. He rode to the museum’s front door at 2pm to deliver a note that read, “I am El Bibliobandido; I am starving for stories. Those that don’t nourish me — beware!*” Towards the bottom of that note, the asterisk clarified that he would return one hour later to collect his booty.
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On Saturday, July 12, 2014, Pérez Art Museum Miami welcomed nearly 100 new PAMM Contemporaries members to an exclusive, and intimate, annual Friendraiser at the art-filled offices of DACRA in the Miami Design District, showcasing The Craig Robins Collection.
Pérez Art Museum Miami celebrated America’s independence with a member’s only Fourth of July party in its new waterfront facility.
Anticipating this Saturday’s arrival of El Bibliobandido, the story-eating bandit who terrorizes little kids until they write and offer him stories they’ve written, Studio REV- (lead artist: Marisa Jahn) facilitated a bookmaking workshop at PAMM with Miami’s finest from Overtown Youth Center.