Program Kicks off in Spring 2018
MIAMI – April 19, 2018 – This April, Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) kicks off its third year of Inside|Out, a program funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, which brings high-quality reproductions of art from the museum’s permanent collection to the community. PAMM issued a call to participants to host this year’s Inside|Out program and received numerous applications from communities all over Miami-Dade County. Five communities were chosen for this year’s round of installations that kick off this spring in the Village of Pinecrest, and Miami Ironside. Over the summer, the reproductions will be presented in the City of Doral, throughout Little Haiti, and in Miller Drive Park.
From Robert Rauschenberg to Vik Muniz, 50 artists from PAMM’s permanent collection will be featured in each season of Inside|Out. Exact locations of each reproduction will be featured on maps available at host locations and at pamm.org/insideout.
Miami is the fourth city to host Inside|Out, a program conceived by the Detroit Institute of Arts in 2010. It proved so successful in Detroit, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation is providing $2 million over three years to expand Inside|Out to communities across the country, including Charlotte, North Carolina, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Akron, Ohio.
Spring Communities (April-May 2018)
Ironside | Situated in Miami's Upper Eastside, a hidden gem in the Palm Grove Historic District, Ironside is a vibrant, mixed-use urban center with over 60 showrooms and shops, galleries and gardens, fitness studios, and pop-up spaces as well as a cafe and restaurant. 15 replicas are visible throughout the Ironside walking district.
Village of Pinecrest | 20 replicas are featured throughout the Pinecrest Gardens, a Village of Pinecrest publicly owned and operated outdoor recreation area acquired in part with funds from the Florida Communities Trust Preservation 2000 Program. Works are also found at the Pinecrest Community Center, Public Library, and the Village of Pinecrest City Hall.
Summer Communities (June-August 2018)
City of Doral | Doral is a thriving city in Miami-Dade County, home to a growing number of industries and diverse communities. We are excited to install 14 works from the Inside|Out collection throughout prominent locations throughout the City of Doral this summer.
Little Haiti | The cultural heart for the Haitian Diaspora in Miami, Inside|Out will display 20 works throughout the neighborhood. Known for its creative global restaurants, colorful street murals, and fruit stands, Little Haiti has a flourishing art scene centered around independent galleries. Complete with record stores and quirky dive bars, Little Haiti is the perfect place to enjoy the collection.
Miller Drive Park | Home to Raices Hispanic Heritage Arts and Culture Center, a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary arts center founded in May of 1996. The center provides art education services and cultural activities to the community, in addition to cultivating, promoting, celebrating and preserving the traditions found in Latin-American and Caribbean countries, and embracing South Florida’s cultural diversity. A total of 8 replicas will be on view this summer throughout the park.
A calendar of related events and programs can be found at pamm.org/insideout. Residents are encouraged to share their Inside|Out experiences on social media with #PAMMInsideOut and #InsideOutUSA and follow PAMM for updates on Facebook (/perezartmuseummiami), Twitter (@pamm) and Instagram (@pamm).
Organization and Support
PAMM Inside|Out is organized by Pérez Art Museum Miami and is generously supported by Knight Foundation. Inside|Out is a national program that launched in 2010 at Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), and has since expanded to Akron Art Museum, and Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) promotes artistic expression and the exchange of ideas, advancing public knowledge and appreciation of art, architecture and design, and reflecting the diverse community of its pivotal geographic location at the crossroads of the Americas. A nearly 35-year-old South Florida institution formerly known as Miami Art Museum (MAM), Pérez Art Museum Miami opened a new building, designed by world-renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron, in Downtown Miami’s Museum Park on December 4, 2013. The facility is a state-of-the-art model for sustainable museum design and progressive programming and features 200,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor program space with flexible galleries; shaded outdoor verandas; a waterfront restaurant and bar; a museum shop; and an education center with a library, media lab, and classroom spaces.
Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture. Support is provided by the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners. Additional support is provided by the City of Miami and the Miami OMNI Community Redevelopment Agency (OMNI CRA). Pérez Art Museum Miami is an accessible facility. All contents ©Pérez Art Museum Miami. All rights reserved.