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The Bilbao Effect
The branch of the New York Museum of Solomon Guggenheim, located in the Spanish city of Bilbao, turned 21 this year. It was opened at the end of 1997 – at the end of the 20th century. The century at the beginning of which conceptual art was born, made a revolution in the art world, and in the end found its stable place under the museum spotlights.
Some cities have beautiful nicknames. Los Angeles is the City of Angels. Paris is the City of Lights. Havana has a distinctive nickname: Ciudad de las Columnas – the City of Columns. When you walk around Old and New Havana, you will feel as though you’re back in the 50s era. With all of its glorious colonial architecture, beautiful columns and gorgeously crafted doors, the vintage scenery is a sight to see. Havana is so full of life. Bathed in sunshine, Havana oozes a bright and vibrant demeanor due to the genuine warmth of its people.
Perez Art Museum of Miami-Dade County (PAMM) is not just a museum, but a concept of arranging a public space within a tropical zone. Perez Art Museum is located in the downtown of Miami alongside Biscayne Bay. It was a bold and risky idea to put a serious art center amidst the hot tropics and offer educational lectures to tourists because tourists may stay on the beach and skip the lectures.