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Pan American Art Projects

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HOURS Thursday, Friday and Saturday
11 AM–7 PM
Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday
12–6 PM
WEBSITE Visit Website
21 NE 39th St
Miami, Florida 33137
Driving Directions
BEST PARKING City View Garage
NEAREST VALET Valet Station 1 (V1)

Pan American Art Projects began operations in 2001 with the mission to exhibit and promote established and emerging artists from North, Central, and South America. Today, Pan American has two locations; one in the Little River Arts District in Miami, FL and a second in the Miami Design District.

The gallery represents a strong roster of contemporary artists of the Americas and holds a collection of important works from Cuba, Argentina, the Caribbean, and the US. Its programming reflects these complementary arenas, providing a comprehensive historical context for the visual arts of these regions. PAAP works closely with its artists to broaden their exposure to opportunities through various forms of sponsorship and exhibition collaborations locally, nationally, and internationally.

PAAP has collaborated with other galleries, sponsored public exhibits, and placed artists in museums and important private collections: The Tate, London; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Frost Art Museum, Miami; Museo Solo, Madrid; Museum of African-American Art, Los Angeles; Museum of African-American Art, Dallas; MoCA, Ft. Lauderdale; the Daros Foundation, Zurich; the heir to the throne, currently King of Holland; Ms. Betty De Woody, Coral Gables; the Rubins Foundation, New York; Mr. Howard Farber, New York; Jorge Perez’s Espacio 23, Miami; Bank of Nova Scotia collection, Toronto; Deutsche Bank collection, New York, among others. We also work actively with our holdings through a variety of philanthropic endeavors to assist important non-profit institutions working in all regions of the Americas.


Represented artists included:

Pavel Acosta

Serlian Barreto

Abel Barroso

Ariamna Contino

J. Roberto Diago

Edouard Duval-Carrié

Carlos Estévez

León Ferrari

José Manuel Fors

Cecilia Paredes

Sandra Ramos

Jorge Rios

Carolina Sardi

Tracey Snelling

José Toirac

Leticia Sánchez Toledo

Chantae E. Wright

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