Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary

Held in a 65,000 square-foot pavilion, Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary is a relatively new fair, presented by the established Art Miami Group. Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary offers an impressive selection of Blue Chip contemporary and post war art pieces for sale in January each year. Approximately 70 galleries display at the fair hailing from many different countries including Japan, Venezuela, Germany, France and the UK. It is not uncommon for work from top artists such as Pollock, Lichtenstein, Hockney and De Kooning to be showcased at this fair, making it a popular event for seasoned collectors. Art lovers and simply curious are also very welcome as it is an event that aims to expand the audience of 20th and 21st century art work. The fair is part of the Art Miami Group wich runs four other art shows across the United States: Aqua Art Miami, Art New York, Art Wynwood and CONTEXT.

Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary 2021

Location

PBM+C Pavilion
825 S Dixie Hwy @ Okeechobee Blvd
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
United States

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Opening hours

January 2021: TBA

Entrance Fee

VIP Admission: $150
General Admission: $35
Students & Seniors: $20
Multi-Day Pass: $60

Mediums

Painting
Sculpture
Photogaphy…

Art Periods

Modern
Contemporary

Contact
VOLTA Miami

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