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First year for Palm Beach Modern & Contemporary Art Fair

International and local collectors, art connoisseurs and art world luminaries alike will have the opportunity to acquire investment quality Blue Chip contemporary, Post-War works from 50 top international galleries over the four days starting with a VIP preview on January 12th in Palm Beach, Florida. The Palm Beach Modern & Contemporary Fair is presented by Art Miami and sponsored by the City of West Palm Beach will make its debut in West Palm Beach City’s Tent Site (825 S Dixie Hwy & Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach) on Thursday, January 12th, 2017 with an exclusive VIP Preview sponsored by Christie’s International Real Estate benefiting The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society. 

The Palm Beach Modern & Contemporary Art Fair, which will curate and offer the best works from the 20th and 21st centuries by nearly 1,000 artists, 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. 

Additionally, Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary has also partnered with the historic Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, which will serve as a satellite venue and exclusive cultural partner for the fair, and celebrate the Fair with a special exhibit of artist Sophie Ryder’s monumental and small-scale works, which will extend through April 2017, courtesy of Waterhouse & Dodd. 

The Palm Beach Modern & Contemporary Art Fair will kick-off with an event entitled, Spotlight Luncheon in 2017: Evolution of an Artist presented by the Cultural Council of Palm Beach at the Kravis Center's Cohen Pavilion, where life-long creative Bernie Taupin will discuss his career and evolution as an artist. A special selection of Mr. Taupin’s works will be on exhibit and for sale at the luncheon with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Cultural Council and the Perry J. Cohen Foundation.