PAMM Receives Major Gift From Art Collectors Mimi And Bud Floback

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Modern and contemporary art collectors Mimi and Bud Floback have committed to giving the soon-to-open PAMM 10 additional works of art from their extensive collection. The Floback’s consider themselves to be “Art Stewards” as opposed to “Art Collectors,” but whatever you call them, they are generous with donations to the museum now totaling 30 major works and significant financial support for making specific acquisitions.

The newest pieces include artists Dan Flavin, Susan Rothenberg and Jim Hodges. “Mimi and Bud are the kind of donors every museum dreams of, discerning collectors with an unwavering commitment to supporting the public arts institutions in their community,” said PAMM Director Thom Collins. “In their long history with the Museum, they have either given us or helped us acquire some of the best works in our collection.”


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