This year galleries of recognized international trajectory will participate at Art Palm Beach with a resounding selection of artists who defined the aesthetics of the most important modern movements; essential movements of the first half of the 20th century such as Surrealism, cubism, abstraction or constructivism are present at this event showing great masters such as Pablo Picasso, Wilfredo Lam, Joan Miró, Amelia Peláez, Victor Vasarely and Joaquín Torres García.
Also very important is the selection of contemporary artists represented by specialized galleries with great international prestige. Contemporary art movements that renew the history of post-World War II art, such as optical art, geometric abstraction, kinetic art, neo figuration, informalism or pop art will be on display at Art Palm Beach. Trends represented by key names such as Richard Anuszkiewicz, Jim Dine, Julio Le Parc, Keith Harring, Jeff Koons, Antonio Seguí, Oswaldo Vigas, JR Soto, Alex Katz Manolo Valdez, Giuseppe Amadio, Fernando Botero, Cindy Sherman, Damien Hirst, Frank Stella, Calder, Antoní Tápies, Alberto Biasi and Tomás Sánchez.
Introducing new participating galleries to the fair are Olsen Gallery, Sydney previously Olsen Irwin Gallery who until Rex Irwin’s recent retirement was for over 40 years Australia’s most prominent international modern art gallery. Other newcomers are Contempop, Tel Aviv, Israel; Indiana Bond, La Paz, Bolivia; IK Projects, Sao Paulo; Valli Art Gallery, Miami and Opera Gallery, Miami, Paris and New York.
Art Palm Beach offers collectors dynamic program of activities, talks, and events that promote both modern and contemporary art as well as emerging art. Tributes to the modern artists (Marcel Duchamp) and contemporary marks (Manolo Valdez) lead the program of the lecture series . The parallel program also includes concerts, performances, roundtables with artists of great visibility in the contemporary art scene, and curators of prestigious art institutions with great international impact as well.