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Eugenio Espinoza: Unruly Supports (1970 – 1980) Known for a humorous and irreverent approach, Espinoza destabilizes the grid, an iconic symbol of modern art, by way of folding, stretching, and cutting the geometric form.
On Saturday, March 14, 2015, the PAMM Contemporaries trekked west to the Everglades for a special art crawl with AIRIE, an artist residency program in the Everglades. The Everglades has been a source of inspiration for many of Pérez Art Museum Miami's collection artists, including Christy Gast and Mark Dion.
The 13th Annual Heineken TransAtlantic Festival bring the sounds of the world right now to the North Beach Bandshell.
On a breezy Thursday evening, Pérez Art Museum Miami Core Creative members converged on the bayfront home of patrons Valentina and Jeff Gutchess for dinner and cocktails. Vitrines displaying Haute Horlogerie from Vacheron Constantin sparkled against the backdrop of the home’s vibrant contemporary art.
In conjunction with the opening of Project Gallery: Gary Simmons, the artist discussed the newly commissioned, large-scale mural that he created for PAMM's double-height project gallery with PAMM curator René Morales.