Perez Art Museum Miami's Five Most Exciting Upcoming Exhibits
The opening of the Pérez Art Museum Miami is still the better part of a year away, but there are already plenty of reasons to get excited. The space itself looks spectacular, as we discovered last month during a hardhat walkthrough. And now the museum has announced its lineup of exhibits, running from its opening at the end of this year through 2015 -- and there are some huge names on the horizon.
From one of the art world's biggest names to intriguing installations from lesser-known talents, check out the exhibits we're most anticipating.
A selection from PAMM's permanent collection.
Ai Weiwei's Sunflower Seeds
"Ai Weiwei: According to What?"
Hew Locke in 2008.
June 19, 2014-January 18, 2015
We don't know much about the large-scale installation that Vancouver artist Geoffrey Farmer is bringing to PAMM next summer. Here's what we do know: Farmer specializes in installations; his work combines art forms such as drawing, photography, video, sculpture, and repurposed found objects. And according to a PAMM release, "These pieces become theater plays or small operas with uncanny objects as their main performers." Sounds freaky and awesome and unmissable. Count us in.
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