A large part of the reason art has become such a focus in new developments is that the buyer’s relationship with fine art has changed. More people feel like experts and connoisseurs and want to live surrounded by celebrated paintings, sculptures and other works of art. PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter is the latest development to don their public spaces with world-class pieces you want to come home to, including the dramatic Red World by Steven Manolis and a dreamy untitled floating sculpture by Tatiana Blanco. The latest two pieces added to their “Contemporary Collection,” are a 12 ft. x 15 ft. masterpiece by Ahol Sniffs Glue that was painted live on site in front of select invitees and a second piece of similar scale, joining a curated art collection in the building that will soon include over 82 pieces and will be showcased during Art Basel 2019. The diversity of the collection is sure to please the equally diverse buyer pool from 57 countries; PARAMOUNTMiami.com.
Toby & Bill Rohrer have dedicated their time, talent and treasure to causes they passionately believe in — and their efforts have not only changed countless lives, they’ve also inspired others to make a difference with their own contributions.
Key Biscayne is recognized around the world for the generosity and philanthropic endeavors of its residents. Meet a few islanders dedicating their free time toward causes they are passionate about in the hopes of doing their part to help make our community a better place to live, work and prosper.