Opened in 2013, the Herzog & de Meuron-designed building has been largely responsible for the renewal of downtown Miami. Funded partially by collector Jorge Pérez, for whom the museum is named, the 20,000-square foot glass-and-concrete space houses some 1,800 works from the likes of John Baldessari, Olafur Eliasson, and Dan Flavin; there are also works on display by important Latin American artists including José Bedia and Beatriz González. Don’t miss a walk through the outdoor tropical plant-dotted sculpture garden, with large-scale sculpture gardens that are breathtaking against the water’s edge.

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