The Pérez Art Museum Miami was established in 2002 and occupies a converted 1968 former naval barracks. It has two buildings: the Louis I. Kahn Building and the Renzo Piano Pavilion, which opened in December 2013. The Kahn building is a 224-foot-long concrete pavilion with three stories of gallery space, housing more than 2,000 works spanning 5,000 years of history from ancient to contemporary art. It also includes a 100-foot outdoor sculpture garden. Designed by architect Richard Dattner, the Kahn Building is home to many art installations such as “Urban Light” – 1,500 vintage cast-iron and brass light fixtures from the early 20th century which line the perimeter of the US’ largest urban public park in Miami-Dade County.
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