I consider myself a Miami native, since I’ve lived here for more than 20 years on and off. However, I’ve never visited any of the museums in the city…
A couple of months ago fellow blogger Yelany De Varona of LeHauteSauce.com and I decided to visit and explore South Florida Museums. To bring awareness and force ourselves to experience the museums the sunshine state has to offer. We are calling it “Museum Project.”
Our first Museum was the WolfsonianFIU. Located at 1001 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL.
‘Opened to the public in 1995, The Wolfsonian has received wide recognition among scholars, collectors, educators, the media, museum professionals, and visitors for its unrivaled collection of modern material culture and its multidisciplinary approach to looking at objects as both agents and expressions of change. While these objects can best be understood in the context in which they were created, they illuminate as much about our times as they reveal about their own. The museum supports scholarship and develops and disseminates critically acclaimed exhibitions, publications, and educational programs that highlight the impact of design in shaping the modern world.’