Surfside Debuts PAMM Inside | Out
Celebrate the Launch
Surfside is happy to announce that this summer Surfside and the Pérez Art Museum Miami's (PAMM) partner together to debut Inside|Out. Launching on June 1 and running through August, 15 pieces by artists including Roy Lichtenstein, Loriel Beltran, and Robert Rauschenberg will be displayed throughout Surfside for the public to view.
See Major Artworks on the Beach
The works of art can be found at each street end in Surfside from 88th street to 95th Street, easily accessible along the boardwalk as well. All of the works have been curated from the PAMM’s permanent collection. The full list of artists can be found below:
Michael Craig-Martin, Common History: Dance, 1999
Christina Pettersson, Eudora Welty’s Grave, 2009
Roy Lichtenstein, Waterlilies with Willows, 1992
Loriel Beltran, Primitive Girls, 2012
Gene Davis, Pepper Pot, 1966
Emilio Perez, In the Middle of Something, 2007
Vik Muniz, Cloud Cloud, Miami (Pictures of Clouds), 2006
Mette Tommerup, Fruit Still Life, 2006
Consuelo Castañeda, Untitled (Hands Diptych), from the series Speed-Split, 1998
Jose Alvarez, De Mora Luminis, 2010
Al Held, Solar Wind I, 1973-74
Guillermo Kuitca, Sin Titulo (Lida), 1989
Emilio Sanchez, Canefields
Robert Rauschenberg, Recall, 1990
Morris Louis, Circum II
About the Program
The Inside|Out program aims to bring art experiences beyond the museum’s walls and into the community by displaying a curated selection of high-quality reproductions of works from PAMM’s permanent collection to communities throughout Miami-Dade county. The program is in its second year here in Miami.
Miami is the fourth city to host Inside|Out; originally conceived as a program for the arts by the Detroit Institute of Arts in 2010. After its launch in Detroit, sponsorship of the program by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation expanded to Miami, Philadelphia, Akron and Charlotte.
For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (305) 864-0722 or visit townofsurfsidefl.gov. You can also learn more about the program at pamm.org/insideout.
In partnership with the PAMM, we encourage residents and community members to share their Inside|Out experiences on social media with #PAMMInsideOut.