PAMM is amazing

 

I do not normally strut and brag about what goes on in Miami, but our new art museum deserves it!

The new Perez Art Museum of Miami ((PAMM) is incredible. I was born in Miami in 1947, and until today I have never been to a museum located in Miami that had enough people in the entire museum at one time to create something that could be called a crowd. Today at the PAMM there were crowds in every gallery in the museum. I am proud to say that our brand new art museum already rivals the museums in New York and Chicago. The collections at PAMM are definitely not as large or as deep, but the overall ambiance, presentation, excitement and unique setting on Biscayne Bay make this an immediate icon in the world of art. This museum will change the face and the reputation of Miami around the world.

Just watch — and you must visit!

Clifford Kolber, Miami

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