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While the Perez Art Museum Miami has an array of permanent attractions, the bulk of their art collections lies within traveling exhibits. This is mainly due to the Perez Art Museum Miami’s mission to provide the community with updated at from new and upcoming influential artists. Like any other museum, it’s best to check the museum’s website for an updated list of the special attractions.
Matthew Ronay: When Two Are in One is a sculptural exhibit that features a variety of free-standing and wall-based structures that are made out of wood, fabric, and clay. This exhibit features art forms that are based on American folk at foundations. This exhibit will be available until January 15, 2017.
Carlos Motta: Histories for the Future features work from Carlos Motta that explores the dynamics of social oppression and the relation to contemporary art forms. Some of the highlights of this exhibit include Towards a Homoerotic Historiography, Naufragios, and Nefandus. This exhibit will be displayed until January 15, 2017.
Susan Hiller: Lost and Found features work from Susan Hiller, an influential artist that includes multimedia representations of the integration of science, art, and history. This exhibit explores the psychological aspects of different events, such as war. Visitors can explore this museum until June 4, 2017.
Julio Le Parc: Form into Action features the kinetic art of Julio Le Parc. This is the only comprehensive art exhibit of Julio Le Parc that is currently in the United States. Parc’s influence for this exhibit can from ideas of how artists try to demystify art, and break down barriers between big corporations and everyday human lives. Form into Action is displayed at the Perez Art Museum Miami until March 19, 2017.