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  • Word art for PAMM

    Retired Miami pulmonologist Marvin Sackner and his late wife Ruth Sackner, a force on the Miami art scene, amassed what generally is regarded as the world's largest collection of word art. Now Marvin Sackner is donating much of it to the Pérez Art Museum Miami.

Retired Miami pulmonologist Marvin Sackner and his late wife Ruth Sackner, a force on the Miami art scene, amassed what generally is regarded as the world's largest collection of word art. Now Marvin Sackner is donating much of it to the Pérez Art Museum Miami. mhalper@miamiherald.com
Retired Miami pulmonologist Marvin Sackner and his late wife Ruth Sackner, a force on the Miami art scene, amassed what generally is regarded as the world's largest collection of word art. Now Marvin Sackner is donating much of it to the Pérez Art Museum Miami. mhalper@miamiherald.com

The word: Sackner visual poetry archive gets a new home

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