An exciting building by Pritzger Award winning Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron, completed in 2013. Fantastic landscaping includes hanging gardens and a public garden as forecourt directly on Biscayne Bay. The building encourages enjoyment of the water with an open air covered porch that has the Verde Restaurant al fresco seating, free public seating, and an art installation of free steel swing seats. The steel mesh "Cucuyo" (cocoon) art installation offers coffee, soft drinks and sandwiches on the porch. Very pleasant to linger here.
Any expectation of Old Masters is unreasonable--too scarce and expensive on any art market worldwide. So expect the Perez core collection of contemporary Cuban art. It is what was available and of regional interest. We liked a temporary exhibit by a Guyana-British artist, Hew Locke's "For Those in Peril on the Sea," and Argentine Leon Ferrari's literary collages.
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