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Attendants were treated to walking tours of the artworks installed along the beachside as part of the PAMM Inside|Out summer series, art-making and family friendly activities.
The museum invites everyone to come and enjoy August's First Friday beach event at Surfside, which will include a Bollywood themed picnic. Weather permitting. Please bring your own picnic supplies and beach gear.
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On July 20, 2017, guests journeyed to Havana at PAMM Third Thursdays: Poplife Social Havana Nights ft. Jorge Moreno. The night was held in honor of PAMM’s new exhibitions that celebrate Cuban art and culture, On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection and Spots, Dots, Pips, Tiles: An Exhibition About Dominoes. Mr. Pauer kicked off the night with a DJ set on the terrace, while guests enjoyed hand-rolled cigars and exhibition inspired art-making.
On Wednesday, July 19, John Varvatos held an exclusive in-store shopping event at the Bal Harbour store in celebration of the launch of the new Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) exhibition, Haroon Mirza: A C I D G E S T, sponsored by John Varvatos. Guests enjoyed an evening of cocktails, music and shopping hosted by the artist himself, Haroon Mirza, and PAMM curator Diana Nawi, along with a host committee of Miami's finest gents, including Christopher Behne, Bryan Hughes, Chris Lentz, John Lin, Jason Odio and Camilo Rios. A portion of the night's sales benefited PAMM. Model and influencer Caroline Vreeland also attended with boyfriend Jason Odio.
In conjunction with her PAMM exhibition, It Has a Golden Sun and an Elderly Grey Moon, Ulla von Brandenburg discussed her work with PAMM Assistant Curator María Elena Ortiz. It Has a Golden Sun and an Elderly Gray Moon explores the intersections of dance, color, textiles, ritual, and architecture to question the individual’s condition in relation to social hierarchies.
On July 8, 2017, guests came out for an afternoon of old school fun at PAMM’s Free Second Saturdays: Spots, Dots, Pips and Tiles. Visitors had the chance to play dominoes on the terrace, while families made art inspired by the classic game at the art-making stations.