La Plume de Pierrot by Mark diSuvero (1974) at the Pérez Art Museum Miami
February is Miami Romance Month, and this couple is enjoying the breezes off Biscayne Bay from the plaza at Pérez Art Museum Miami
“Look carefully at the goat sitting on the edge of the cliff: Everything that shows you the peace of being fearless is a great teacher for you! That goat is a teacher for you, respect him!” Mehmet Murat ildan
“As a concept, the “Fly’s Eye” represents one of the last utopian expressions in Fuller’s lifelong quest to create an autonomous dwelling machine, a “high-performance shelter” to help solve the world’s housing needs, one that could be cheaply mass-produced in … Continue reading
Photo taken from the Pamela Garrison R. Kirk Landon Terrace at the new Perez Art Museum Miami overlooking Biscayne Bay.