January 20, 6 pm – 7.30 pm, First View (invitation only)
7.30 pm – 10 pm, Collectorsâ€™ Invitational
Public Fair Hours
January 20-24, 12 noon – 7 pm
til 6 pm on the 24th
Palm Beach Co Convention Ctr
650 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
239 495 9834 or firstname.lastname@example.org, www.artpalmbeach.com
Lectures, conversations and book signings enhance the 14th edition of Art Palm Beach January 20-24, 2011
It is our pleasure to welcome you to Art Palm Beach and hope you will join us for this yearâ€™s insightful lecture series, book signings and myriad special events. This dynamic program along with prestigious international dealers make Art Palm Beach the most broad-ranging contemporary fair in the city.
As our special guest, the ticket link above provides you and a guest complimentary admission to the fair as well as admission to the Collectorsâ€™ Invitational from 7:30-10pm on January 20th.
Note: Lectures, book signings and exhibitions are complimentary with fair admission.
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Friday, January 21
â€œCollecting Trends in the Ceramic Marketplace,â€ Kara Walker-Tome, curator & moderator; Elaine Mordes, collector; Michael Rush, curator. Prior to the lecture, Whitespace: The Mordes Collection will host a public viewing from 10am – 12 noon, 2805 N. Australian Ave., West Palm Beach, FL 33407. Further information at www.whitespacecollection.com â€¢ email@example.com â€¢ phone: 561.842.4131
â€œAlbert Paley in the 21st Century.â€ Albert Paley
Lino Tagliapietra in Conversation with Jim Schantz
â€œThe New Miami Art Museum at Museum Parkâ€ A presentation on the new Miami Art Museum. Thom Collins, Director of the Miami Art Museum
Saturday, January 22
â€œArt Now: The Convergence of Photography, Video and Contemporary Art.â€ Peter Held, Curator of Ceramics, ASU Art Museum, Ceramics Research Center
â€œThe New Glass Studios: A Plethora of Potential for Artists and Collectors Alikeâ€ Davira Taragin, independent curator and author; Brent Cole, Associate Professor of Glass and Program Director of the Marilyn K. Glick Center for Glass, Ball State University; Kelly Conway, Curator of Glass, Chrysler Museum of Art.
â€œA Conversation on Aboriginal Artâ€ David Smith, Leslie-Smith Gallery Owner; Alison Anderson, Aboriginal Artist, Parliament Member
Sunday, January 23
â€œCollecting Chinese Photographyâ€ Chris Mao, Owner of Chambers Fine Art; Dale Anderson, Collector; Becky Mayer, Collector; Diane Krane, Collector
â€œPrivate Public Privateâ€ Howard Ben Tre, Artist; A lecture on how the artistsâ€™ work has been transformed by his explorations in public and private commissions. The Artist will discuss his innovative and historic use of glass in outdoor installations, seating, fountains and public spaces.
â€œCollecting post-Soviet Art: Navigating the Waters after Glasnost and Perestroikaâ€ Gary Krimershmoys from Quintessentially Art as moderator; Yevgeniy Fiks, artist; Yana Balan, Client Liason Russian and CIS, Christies
Thom Collins, Miami Art Museum â€œWhatâ€™s Next for Miami Art Museumâ€
Monday, January 24
â€œArchitecture and Art.â€ Gean Moreno
Campion Platt, Author of â€œMade to Orderâ€ lecture.
Book signing to follow.