ArtPalmBeach is a leading international modern and contemporary art fair as well as the most important event in Palm Beach. It’s the largest fair of its kind in terms of square footage, attendance, and total sales!
This exciting event takes place from January 31 – February 03, 2020 while the collector’s preview is January 30, 2020. The different forms of artwork exhibited include photography, painting, design, fine art glass, sculpture, and video.
Attendees are able to participate in a completely immersive experience while gaining information about art in a way that reflects the current market. The fair hours take place from 12 – 7 PM.
For the 23rd year, ArtPalmBeach will take place at the Palm Beach County Convention Center , 650 Okeechobee Boulevard.
As part of this year’s edition, brand-new Advisory and Curatorial Committees have been put together. The committees are comprised of key figures in the art realm, from famed curators, collectors, and international art advisors. The job of the committees will be to ensure the “utmost quality of exhibitors, special exhibitions, and collector programs”, as stated in press materials.
Founders of major fairs Art Miami and Art Asia Hong Kong are breaking ground with a multifaceted redesign to make the spaces as inventive as the artwork.
A few of the many exhibitors include anOTEHR art gallery ltd, Galerie Noel Guyomarch, Joseph Gallery, Quogue Gallery, WhiteSpace Collection, The Aspen Gallery, among many others.
The Main Section will feature over 85 prominent galleries from around the world.
One of the many highly anticipated installations is a glowing, massive Museum of the Moon art installation, which has been shown internationally.
It’s predicted that there will be over 10,000 visitors expected daily to view the art piece that has integrated light, sound, and multimedia. So far, the moon artwork has been exhibited in museums across Australia, Belgium, India, Denmark, France, Scotland, and China.
This year, the event is also looking to strengthen ties to the global art market and will feature a new section highlighting galleries and artists from wealthy areas of North and South America.