Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary in International fair presented by ART MIAMI
ART REVIEW by Nadiia Chernovil, Alexandra Bychkova
Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary in international fair presented by ART MIAMI was a true spectacle, showcasing the finest modern and contemporary artworks from all over the world. The event ran from Thursday, March 23rd to Sunday, March 26th, with VIP collectors and accredited members of the press given an exclusive First View of the fair on Thursday evening.
This can't-miss event offered art enthusiasts the opportunity to acquire some of the most investment-quality pieces before the fair opened to the public.
One of the highlights of the fair was the exhibition of twenty-four select art works by Rupert Garcia, one of the most acclaimed Chicano artists, presented by the American University Museum's Corcoran Legacy Collection. The exhibition was curated by Jack Rasmussen, the museum's director and curator, and supported by Bourlet Art Logistics.
Another notable aspect of the fair was Artsy.net, the Official Online Partner of PBM+C, which allowed collectors and art enthusiasts to browse exhibitor booths, make sales inquiries, and access fair information online via Artsynet and the Artsy app.
Nadiia Chernovil version's Top 10 sales at the fair were also noteworthy.
The first sale was made from the first booth by the Mark Hachem gallery, and the second sale was a sculpture from the Free Man series by Cuban artist Juan Roberto Dingo. The third sale was a work by Los Angeles-based Shinny Butterfly artist Punk Me Tender, and the fifth was a Kai Snigraphy piece on aluminum presented by Markowicz Fine Art. The sixth sale was Croce Tarantella, a mixed media work on canvas and aluminum presented by 11HH Gallery. Klari Reis's work on wooden panel, Andy Burgees's artwork, Caroline Dechamby's piece entitled "This is not a Rothko," and a Vassily Kandinsky wool tapestry hand-woven by Atelier Tabard Aubusson (France) rounded out the top 10 sales.