AWAD is pleased to share that three member galleries are participating in Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary 2023. The fair presented by Art Miami, returns for its sixth edition Thursday, March 23 through Sunday, March 26, 2023 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. PBM+C brings world-class, investment-quality works from the 20th and 21st centuries with a roster of internationally respected galleries from Austria, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada, Columbia, Venezuela and the United States, to one of the most culturally savvy and discerning collecting audiences in the world.
Two galleries from AWAD’s Global Chapter will be at the fair.
11 [HH] along with NAIF Gallery is presenting a special project. 11[HH] has been pursuing a strong gallery program focusing on avantgarde and spanning from visual arts to performance arts, to the new frontiers of NFTs, through the participations of key players (galleries, institutions and foundations) in order to open new
paths to dialog and cultural exchange across the ocean.
That’s the case of this special project for PBM+C 2023 with NAIF Gallery, active in Miami, Milan, Rome and London. Naif international Gallery was established in 2007 by MASSIMO MALTESE with the scope of opening a dialogue between Italian and American artists. In the last decade the gallery has expanded its artists portfolio globally. Visit them at Booth E6
With flagship galleries in Los Angeles and Miami and permanent art curations in Nobu Hotel Miami Beach, Eden Roc Hotel Miami Beach and Catch Restaurant Los Angeles, Art Angels was founded in 2013 by Jacquelin Napal and Kat Emery.
Art Angels’ contemporary and provocative style has attracted collectors from around the world. Exhibiting a selection of both established and emerging artists, Art Angels offer a truly eclectic mix for their clientele with an ever growing number of innovative artists joining the Art Angels family. Visit them at Booth A3.
Representing the London Chapter is the Cynthia Corbett Gallery.
As part of the Women’s History Month celebrations, the Cynthia Corbett Gallery has put together a thrilling and varied collection of international artworks for the Fair. Among their Twelve talented artists on display, nine are women, and five of these exceptional female artists will be showcasing their work for the first time at this year’s fair.
They are thrilled to debut Brooklyn based Japanese artist Yuko Nishikawa, Scottish-born Chinese artist Elaine Woo MacGregor, Irish painter Tuëma Pattie (who will be celebrating her 86th birthday this year), Transylvanian Surrealist Cristina Schek, Swiss artist Christina Benz and African diaspora artist Freya Bramble-Carter. In addition, they will exhibit for the first time ‘Queen’ by British Pop-Artist Deborah Azzopardi. Please visit the gallery at H8.