From initiating Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s iconic Surrounded Islands public art installation in 1983 to becoming a collecting institution in 1994 to reopening in Museum Park to international acclaim in 2013, the institution has made a lasting impact on the city’s cultural history, helping make Miami the international art capital it is now while serving as inspiration for untold numbers of people across the entire spectrum of the South Florida community.

So join in on our anniversary and celebrate 35 years of art and culture.

35th anniversary timeline of the museum

History

Resources

  • A bayside shot of the museum at dusk
    Video

    "PAMM: In Perspective" by Robin Hill Photography in collaboration with Chris Correa

    A video project featuring interviews with Terence Riley and PAMM Chief Curator Tobias Ostrander, highlighting PAMM's architecture, art, and impact on the community.

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    PAMM35: Birthday Wishes

    This year, we're turning 35 and want to celebrate with all of our best friends in the 305. From the Center for Fine Arts (CFA) to Miami Art Museum (MAM) to Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), our institution has been the catalyst for arts in the Magic City for over three decades.

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    PAMM35 Member Spotlight: Krystina François

    PAMM Contemporary Member Krystina François talks about how she discovered the museum when she first moved to Miami eight years ago, and why she has chosen to continue supporting PAMM over the years.

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    PAMM35: Celebrating the Gift of Art and Culture

    A timeline from Center for the Fine Arts (CFA) to Miami Art Museum (MAM) to Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM).

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