As the newest addition to the prestigious Art Miami Group, celebrating its 27th year, Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary offers the best investment quality works from the 20th and 21st centuries, will take place in the intimate and modern setting of a 65,000-square-foot clear span pavilion centrally located between City Place and the luxurious Hilton West Palm Beach.
Collectors, art connoisseurs and art world luminaries alike have the opportunity to acquire investment quality blue chip contemporary, Post-War works from fifty top international galleries throughout the weekend. These premier galleries come to Palm Beach County from as far as Japan, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada, The Netherlands, Portugal and Venezuela and have been featured in numerous prominent international fairs, including TEFAF in Maastricht and New York, The Armory Show, Masterpiece London, Art Miami, Expo Chicago, and many others.
|2017 Participating Exhibitors|
AMSTEL GALLERY AMSTERDAM | ARCATURE PALM BEACH | ARCHEUS / POST-MODERN LONDON | ART BASTION MIAMI | ART NOUVEAU GALLERY MIAMI | ASCASO GALLERY MIAMI AUREUS CONTEMPORARY PROVIDENCE | AXIOM CONTEMPORARY SANTA MONICA | BERNICE STEINBAUM GALLERY MIAMI | BERRY CAMPBELL GALLERY NEW YORK | C. GRIMALDIS BALTIMORE | CATHERINE EDELMAN GALLERY CHICAGO | CAVALIER GALLERIES NEW YORK | CERNUDA ARTE CORAL GABLES | CHIEF & SPIRITS THE HAGUE | CONNECT CONTEMPORARY ATLANTA | CONNERSMITH. WASHINGTON DC | CONTESSA GALLERY CLEVELAND | CORDEIROS GALERIA PORTO | CYNTHIA-REEVES NEW YORK | DE BUCK GALLERY LOS ANGELES | FABIEN CASTANIER GALLERY LOS ANGELES | FREDERIC GOT PARIS | GALERIA FREITES CARACAS | HAZELTON GALLERIES TORONTO | HOLLIS TAGGART GALLERIES NEW YORK | JERALD MELBERG GALLERY CHARLOTTE | JOEL SOROKA GALLERY ASPEN | KUCKEI + KUCKEI BERLIN | LELIA MORDOCH GALLERY MIAMI | LONG-SHARP GALLERY INDIANAPOLIS | LUZ ART SPACE BAL HARBOUR | MARK HACHEM PARIS | MASTERWORKS FINE ART OAKLAND | MCCORMICK GALLERY CHICAGO | NICOLE HENRY WEST PALM BEACH | ODON WAGNER CONTEMPORARY TORONTO | OPERA GALLERY MIAMI | OSBORNE SAMUEL LONDON | SPONDER GALLERY MIAMI | UNIX GALLERY NEW YORK | VERTU FINE ART BOCA RATON | WATERHOUSE & DODD NEW YORK | WYNWOOD 28 MIAMI | YUFUKU GALLERY TOKYO | 55BELLECHASSE PARIS
Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary has partnered with the historic Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, which will serve as a satellite venue and exclusive cultural partner for the fair, and commemorate the fair with a special exhibit of artist Sophie Ryder‘s monumental and small-scale sculptures, which will continue through April 2017, courtesy of Waterhouse & Dodd. Complimentary shuttle service will be available daily between the fair and ANSG Friday through Sunday from 12:30pm-5pm.
PBM+C VIP Preview Benefactor, the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is a non-profit zoological organization located at Dreher Park in West Palm Beach. The zoo houses more than 700 animals within 23-acres of lush tropical habitat. PBM+C will present a special exhibition by Wildlife Photographer, Carlton Ward, to benefit the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society.
PBM+C is proud to welcome Christie’s International Real Estate, the world’s leading luxury network as a Main Sponsor of the Fair. Christies will host an interactive booth at PBM+C showcasing top properties from around the world in conjunction with fifteen of their top affiliates.
|Visual and recording artist ABH (Al Baseer Holly) will present his successful “Childhood Access Memories Exhibition” to Benefit the Perry J. Cohen Foundation (PJCF.) ABH’s work has been quietlycollected by those in the know. The artwork on display will be highly sought after tosupport a great cause, and the PJCF will use the proceeds from sales to help fund the “Perry J. Cohen Wetlands Laboratory at Jupiter Community High School.”|
Francis Picabia Loan Exhibition Curated by Jeffrey Deitch – The fair is pleased to present an exhibition featuring premiere examples of works by Francis Picabia. The works are not for sale, and are on loan from Jeff & Mei Sze Greene, collectors, philanthropists and Palm Beach residents. Selections from the Greenes’ Picabia collection are currently on exhibit at MOMA through mid-March 2017.