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Pérez Art Museum Miami

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  1. Pérez Art Museum (Photograph: Patrick Farrell)
    Photograph: Patrick Farrell
  2. Photograph: World Red Eye/Jon Thaler
    Photograph: World Red Eye/Jon ThalerPAMM
  3. Photograph: World Red Eye/Jon Thaler
    Photograph: World Red Eye/Jon ThalerPAMM

Time Out says

With a collection of works from such artists as Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, Frank Stella and Ana Mendieta, not to mention some high-caliber traveling exhibitions, this relatively young museum (formerly Miami Art Museum) is worth a look. Family-friendly interactive programs bring art home: during free Second Saturday (of the month) programs, museum teachers lead families in hands-on activities inspired by the works on display, while Third Thursdays play host to evenings of music and entertainment.


1103 Biscayne Blvd
Metromover Museum Park
$16, seniors and students $12, youth 7-18 $12, children under 6 and active military personnel free, members free. First Thursday and second Saturday of every month free.
Opening hours:
Tue-Sun 10am-6pm (except Thur till 9pm)
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The South American Dream

  • Exhibitions

Discover the vibrant and thought-provoking work of Brazilian artist Marcela Cantuária at her first exhibition in the United States, The South American Dream. On view through July 28, the exhibition portrays the stories of critical activists and environmentalists in South America, exploring the continent's rich natural habitats that various figures fight to protect. Cantuária’s colorful pieces highlight South American identity while also illustrating her technical versatility from painting to ceramics.

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