Pérez Art Museum Miami announces the acquisition of Tapestry, a linen and cotton weaving by American artist Sheila Hicks. Created in 1977, Tapestry is the latest addition to the Museum’s permanent collection. The work was acquired under the leadership of Craig Robins, a member of PAMM’s board of trustees since 2002 and chair of the PAMM Collectors Council since October 2014. Tapestry is Robins’ second acquisition since he accepted the position, the first being Ai Weiwei’s Jade Handcuffs from 2012. Robins, chief executive officer and president of the real estate development company Dacra, is known for his dedication to the cultivation of creative communities. He has spearheaded some of the most successful and transformative commercial, residential, and mixed-use projects in Miami’s history. He is an avid collector and a principal of the leading international design show Design Miami. “As Miami’s flags

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