Alan Kluger, a veteran courtroom attorney and founding partner at his law firm, has been collecting art for more then 30 years. He recently moved some pieces from his private collection to his office in downtown Miami, which transforms into a gallery exhibit after business hours to help charities and nonprofit groups that need a fundraising opportunity.
Alan Kluger, a veteran courtroom attorney and founding partner at his law firm, has been collecting art for more then 30 years. He recently moved some pieces from his private collection to his office in downtown Miami, which transforms into a gallery exhibit after business hours to help charities and nonprofit groups that need a fundraising opportunity. Rebeca Piccardo Miami Herald Staff
Alan Kluger, a veteran courtroom attorney and founding partner at his law firm, has been collecting art for more then 30 years. He recently moved some pieces from his private collection to his office in downtown Miami, which transforms into a gallery exhibit after business hours to help charities and nonprofit groups that need a fundraising opportunity. Rebeca Piccardo Miami Herald Staff

Miami law firm transformed into after-hours art gallery for nonprofit fundraisers

July 01, 2015 6:18 PM