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In anticipation of The World’s Game: Futbol and Contemporary Art, Philippe Moggio, general secretary of Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) joined PAMM Director Franklin Sirmans in a conversation on the intersection of sports and art, highlighted our region’s new initiatives in professional soccer. Moggio, a former professional tennis player, banker, and National Basketball Association executive, represented Colombia in Davis Cup competition from 1996-1999. At CONCACAF, Moggio is ushering in new international tournaments with a fresh identity and vision for the future of soccer in our region.
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On March 22, 2018, PAMM welcomed Vinyl Social Club as they took over our Thursday night Happy Hour on the terrace. Guests were invited to try their hand at DJing by signing up to spin for a 20 minute slot. Inside the museum, PAMM held an talk with artist Meiro Koizumi, whose show Battlelands opened that evening. Guests were also able to join in on “Local Views,” an artist led tour, led this month by Felice Grodin.
Guests joined at PAMM for another edition of PAMM Third Thursday: Poplife Social, this time featuring a live performance by Ordinary Boys.
As Miami prepares to welcome its own soccer team and the World Cup approaches, it seems everyone’s excited about fútbol, including us! The World’s Game: Fútbol and Contemporary Art is an exhibition presenting the art form of soccer through the works of more than 20 artists in video, photography, painting, and sculpture.
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