David Drebin Pop-Up Store Opens In South Florida


Unique concept store features a diverse collection of celebrated artist’s cinematic photographs depicting epic scenes and dramatic cityscapes from New York to Monte Carlo

The first of its kind, the David Drebin Pop-Up Store has opened in Palm Beach, Florida, located in the Royal Poinciana Plaza, just three doors east of the illustrious Palm Beach Grill.

Featuring a diverse collection of epic cityscapes, cinematic dreamscapes, and other glamorous scenes, Drebin’s photographs have been showcased at international galleries, art fairs, and auctions around the world. The Pop-Up Store will offer Drebin’s one-of-a-kind, limited edition prints, light boxes and artist’s proofs at one of Palm Beach’s most exclusive retail addresses for a limited time.

Notably, the store’s space was planned by acclaimed designer and former David LaChapelle collaborator Craig Maldonado, who is known for his ability to marry art with architecture to make a bold statement. The artist’s work, coupled with the builder’s design, together make the David Drebin Pop-Up store this season’s must-see destination in Palm Beach.

For a preview and more information on Drebin’s work, please visit www.daviddrebin.com.

340 Royal Poinciana Way, Suite 328
Palm Beach, FL 33480
(561) 659-7317

Monday – Saturday: 1:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Sunday: 1:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

About David Drebin
David Drebin graduated in 1996 from the Parsons School of Design in New York City. Soon after, he began creating major advertising campaigns for Mercedes, Conde Nast (Fashion Rocks), Adidas, and many others. He has successfully completed editorial assignments for magazines such as Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, and ESPN Magazine, photographing celebrities including Charlize Theron, John Legend, Michael C. Hall, Michael Jordan, and Fergie, to name a few.
Drebin’s work has been exhibited in galleries around the world, including Fahey Klein in Los Angeles, Camera Work in Berlin, Young Gallery in Brussels, and Torch Gallery in Amsterdam, as well as in numerous International Art Fairs, including Paris Photo, Art Miami, Scope New York, and others on the global Art Fair circuit. His large-scale photographs have also recently been on display at The House of Photography Museum in Hamburg, Germany. In April 2009, Drebin broke auction records when his work “Movie Star” garnered more than twice the asking bid at Philips De Pury in New York and subsequently sold out.