South Beach is getting a little extra attention as part of its annual ‘PINEAPPLE ART’ exhibition.
The South Beach Art Museum is offering a free, family-friendly viewing of a piece of pineapple art.
It’s being exhibited in the museum’s collection, which has a total of more than 10,000 pieces.
It will open its doors to the public Tuesday at the South Beach Museum of Art.
It has a lot of pieces in there and there are some that are really unique and special, said museum director Lisa Mancuso.
So what’s special about the exhibit?
It’s not just about the pineapple art, Mancisos said.
It’s about the people that live and work here and that are contributing to this beautiful city that we live in.
“The pineapple art is a work of art, but Mancys is more than just a pineapple.
It is a symbol of what South Beach means to her.
Mancusos is an artist herself and says her family has roots in this area.
She is also a musician and a singer.
She says she grew up in the same neighborhood as her mom and her dad.
She says she loves the area and its diversity, and the exhibit makes it that much more special.
The museum’s exhibit will run through Aug. 21, 2018.