WEST PALM BEACH, FL.-palmbeach3 | contemporary art fair is anticipated to attract great deal of attention from all over the world when it returns to Palm Beach for its 11th season on January 11-14, 2008 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. Riding high on unprecedented levels of interest in contemporary art, the fair will offer a compelling, innovative, multi-disciplined exhibition of modern and contemporary art designed to appeal to both new and seasoned art collectors.
The four-day event features a stellar line-up of national and international galleries. Nearly 40 percent of this years exhibitors come from abroad a reflection of the global perspective prevalent in todays art market. Galleries representing 14 countries will be participating, including exhibitors from Germany, Great Britain, Spain, France, Sweden, Switzerland, Columbia, Israel and Cuba. The galleries will present a range of contemporary art, from museum quality works by art stars like Richter, Rauschenberg and Botero to top works by established mid-career artists as well as the latest from emerging artists -- all in a variety of styles and media.
Last year, palmbeach3 broke records in both sales and attendance; and the fair is building on that momentum with four special exhibitions, a high-profile lecture series, installations, off-site collector events and a Private Preview evening on Thursday, January 10 from 5:30-9:30.
We are especially excited about presenting an exclusive preview of the Ft. Lauderdale Museum of Arts upcoming show, Unbroken Ties: Dialogues in Cuban Art. says Director Fran Kaufman. As the title suggests, the exhibition focuses on the survival and continuity of Cuban values and the Cuban character, and includes work by Abelardo Morrell, Carlos Luna and Arturo Cuenca, among others.
palmbeach will be held at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in downtown West Palm Beach January 11-13 from 11a.m.- 7p.m., January14 from 11a.m.- 6 p.m. Admission prices range from $15 for a one-day pass to $30 for a multi-day pass including a catalogue. For more information and to purchase tickets go to www.palmbeach3.com
2008 Partial List of Exhibitors:
Alan Brown Gallery, Naples / Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago / Aperture Foundation, New York / Adamar Fine Arts, Coral Gables / Barbara Paci Gallery, Pietrasanta / Barry Friedman Ltd., New York / Browngrotta Arts, Wilton / C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore / Carolyn Blitz Fine Art, New York / Cernuda Arte, Coral Gables / Charon Kransen Arts, New York / Chelsea Galleria, Miami / China Square, New York / Contessa Gallery, Cleveland / Coplan Gallery, Boca Raton / Crea Gallery, Montreal / David Findlay Jr. Inc., New York / Davis Klemm Gallery, Mainz-Kostheim / DFN Gallery, New York / Donna Schneier Fine Arts, New York / Duane Reed Gallery, St. Louis / Eckert Fine Art, Naples / Elins Eagles-Smith Gallery, San Francisco / Etra Fine Art, Miami / Evelyn Aimis Fine Art, Miami / Ferrin Gallery, Lenox / Flowers, London / Franklin Riehlman Fine Art, New York / Galeria El Museo, Bogota / Galeria Fernando Pradilla, Madrid / Galerie 40 Rother, Weisbaden / Galerie Barbara von Stechow, Frankfurt / Galerie Bertin-Toublanc, Paris/Miami / Galerie Besson, London / Galerie Caprice Horn, Berlin / Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal / Galerie Elena Lee / Galerie Erhard Witzel, Wiesbaden / Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki / Galerie Hafenrichter & Fluegel, Nuernberg / Galerie Leila Mordoch, Paris / Galerie Mark Hachem, Paris / New York / Galerie Schubbe Projekt, Dusseldorf / Galerie Terminus, Munich / Goedhuis Contemporary, New York / Habana Gallery, Havana / Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton / Habatat Galleries, Royal Oak / Hesse Group, Wiesbaden / Holden Luntz Gallery, Palm Beach / Holsten Galleries, Stockbridge / Isabel Ignacio Gallery, Sevilla / James Goodman Gallery, New York / Jane Sauer Gallery, Santa Fe / Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York / Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte / Joakim von Ditmar Fine Art & Deco, New York / John Szoke Editions, New York / Katharina Rich Perlow Gallery, New York / KN Gallery, Chicago / Lacerte Contemporain/Galerie Orange, Quebec / LaFreniere & Pai Gallery, Ottawa / Lausberg Contemporary, Dusseldorf / Leo Kaplan Modern, New York / Leonard Ruethmueller Contemporary Art, Basel / Loveed Fine Art, Chicago / Marx-Saunders Gallery, Chicago / Maurine Littleton Gallery, Washington D.C. / MdA Today!, Monte Carlo / Moti Hasson Gallery, New York / Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York / Nicholas Robinson Gallery, New York / Option Art, Quebec / Orley-Shabahang, Palm Beach / Osborne Samuel LLP, London / Pan American Art Projects, Miami / Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary / Peithner-Lichtenfels, Vienna / Praxis International Art, Miami/New York / Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London / Redfern Gallery, London / RFA Galerie, Berlin / Robert Brown Gallery, Washington D.C. / Rosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton / Rudolf Budja Gallery, Salzburg / Scott Richards Contemporary Art, San Francisco / Scott White Contemporary Art, San Diego / Sculpturesite Gallery, San Francisco / Stephen Rosenberg Fine Art, New York / Stux Gallery, New York / Sundaram Tagore Gallery, New York / Thomas R. Riley Galleries, Cleveland / Verve Gallery, Ft. Lauderdale / Vision Gallery, Jerusalem / Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm / William Zimmer Gallery, Mendocino / 2 American Art Associated, Palm Beach / 21st Editions, Rochester.