Art Fair: ArtPalmBeach

This year marks the 15th anniversary of ArtPalmBeach. Considered as one of the biggest art fairs in Florida, the fair offers special exhibitions, art performances and lectures. Learn more about the ArtPalmBeach after the break.

Image via ArtPalmBeach

This year, ArtPalmBeach celebrates their 15th anniversary and with that, they offer their biggest and most expensive program to date. 80 esteemed galleries from around the globe will participate in this year’s fair to offer works of over a thousand artists. All forms of contemporary art will be showcased during the fair including photographs, sculptures, paintings, installations and a lot more. Apart from these, there will also be lectures, art performances, and programs to cater to anyone’s fancy. Details for this art fair can be found below. Meanwhile, view some photos from last year’s ArtPalmBeach fair.

Images via ArtPalmBeach

Details:
ArtPalmBeach
Palm Beach County Convention Center
650 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach, Florida
January 20, 2012 – January 23, 2012

For more information, visit the ArtPalmBeach website.

written by jeanmendoza on 2012-01-19 #news #painting #art-fair #florida #art #exhibition #photography #sculpture

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