Pérez Art Museum Miami opened Poetics of Relation, an exhibition featuring six of the most noted artists addressing issues of diaspora, immigration, and cultural identity today. Multiple works address these issues through depictions of landscapes executed in a broad variety of media—including painting, photography, and sculpture—as well as site-specific installations and newly commissioned film projects for the PAMM exhibition. Inspired by the cultural commentary of the Martinican writer Édouard Glissant (1928-2011), Poetics of Relation offers a fresh perspective on one of the most pressing issues of our time by examining the intergenerational impact of immigration, diaspora, and cultural identity on understandings of place. “We organized this exhibition to be in direct dialogue with the multiplicity of cultural communities that have called Miami home for generations,” explained PAMM Chief Curator Tobias

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