Join us digitally for our tour program, Local Views at PAMM, where select local artists will speak about their creative process and artistic practice. This month, multimedia artist Vickie Pierre will lead the tour, sharing her work and its focus is on the universal themes of identity with references to design and nature, as well as the interconnectivity between her Haitian heritage (including the larger Caribbean community) and global cultural mythologies while concurrently considering feminine and historic tropes relative to contemporary cultural politics. #MuseumFromHome with us on Facebook Live and YouTube Live. Subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Vickie Pierre's artworks have been displayed in solo and group exhibitions throughout South Florida, including Little Haiti Cultural Center, Pérez Art Museum Miami, Oolite Arts, and the Art and Culture Center/ Hollywood, among others. National exhibition locations include White Box, New York, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C. and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico as well as international exhibitions at Habitation Clément, Martinique, the International Museum of Modest Arts, France, and the Oriente Gallery and the Center for the Development of Arts in Cuba.
The artist was a recipient of the 2017 South Florida Cultural Consortium award representing Miami Dade County. In 2019, the artist was selected as one of ten artists in the sixth annual Orlando Museum of Art, Florida Prize in Contemporary Art.
Pierre's artworks can be found in private and public collections including Progressive Art Collection, Cleveland; Millennium Partners Collection of Contemporary Art at The Four Seasons, Miami; and The Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, among others.
The artist was born in Brooklyn, New York. She lives and works in Miami, Florida.