Palm Beach

ACQUAVELLA
340 Royal Poinciana Way, Suite M309
acquavellagalleries.com, 561.283.3415

In its 100-year history, New York–based Acquavella has provided international collectors and museums with works from old masters to the great works of the nineteenth through twenty-first centuries. Its recently opened Palm Beach outpost will present Miró bronzes as well as impressionist, modern, and post-war works this fall.

GAVLAK
340 Royal Poinciana Way, Suite M334
gavlakgallery.com, 561.833.0583

This contemporary gallery focuses on the representation of women, LGBTQ+, and artists of color. A stable of more than 20 artists includes Marilyn Minter and Betty Tompkins. A solo exhibition of new works by Jamaican-American artist Kim Dacres is on view from November 20 to December 18.

HOLDEN LUNTZ GALLERY
332 Worth Avenue
holdenluntz.com, 561.805.9550

Holden Luntz exists to acquire and present the work of significant photographers whose work defined or is expanding the parameters of photography, from vintage masters such as Henri Cartier-Bresson and Edward Weston to contemporary artists like Cathleen Naundorf and Francesca Piqueras, whose works are on exhibition this fall.

PACE GALLERY
340 Royal Poinciana Way, Suite M333
pacegallery.com, 561.444.3922

Adding Palm Beach to Pace Gallery’s collection of eight global locations provides locals the opportunity to see two internationally celebrated photographers. In October, Richard Learoyd explores the limits of photographic expression using the antiquarian process “camera obscura” (direct positive images without film negatives or digital technology) while Michal Rovner, known for her multimedia approach, will have five new works on show in November.

PAUL FISHER GALLERY
The Brazilian Court Hotel
301 Australian Avenue
paulfishergallery.com, 561.832.5255

Paul Fisher established his eponymous gallery in 1990. Today the gallery strikes a balance between emerging talent and masters of the twentieth century and blue-chip works.

PROVIDENT FINE ART
125 Worth Avenue
providentfineart.com, 561.249.7929

If you are building a collection or divesting of pieces you no longer want, this gallery offers a range of helpful services. Provident Fine Art is highly regarded for its expertise in nineteenth- and twentieth-century French and American impressionism, post-impressionism, modern, and contemporary art.

West Palm Beach

THE BOX GALLERY
811 Belvedere Road
theboxgallery.info, 786.521.1199

More than just a gallery, this 4,000-square-foot space acts as a hub for local, national, and international contemporary artists to present a variety of artworks, cultural experiences, and programs including exhibitions, lectures, and screenings. Curator and founder Rolando Chang Barrero was a recent recipient of the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County’s Outstanding Cultural Leadership Muse Award.

Palm Beach Gardens

STUDIO E GALLERY
PGA Commons
4600 PGA Boulevard, Suite 101
studioegallery.com, 561.799.333
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For collectors wanting to discover a not-yet-famous talent or an internationally known artist, this is the place to browse original works in glass, bronze, mixed media, and paintings—and learn the stories behind them. Abstracted Sea and Sky, an exhibition of Stephanie Paige’s vivid works, will show this fall.

Jupiter

MAC ART GALLERIES
460 Military Trail, Unit 101
macfineart.com, 561.429.4829

Boasting decades of expertise and 20,000 square feet of space across three South Florida locations, Mac Art Galleries offers a diverse collection of paintings, sculpture, photography, glass, and installations, and provides personalized guidance and in-home showings to clients. A retrospective for renowned American artist Frank Arnold will feature this fall.

Lake Worth Beach

MTN SPACE
502 Lake Avenue
mtnspace.com, 561.202.1385

This artist-owned gallery is a newcomer to the local art scene. In addition to special exhibitions, Mtn Space offers curation, collection development, and art rental services.

STEIDEL CONTEMPORARY
500 N. Dixie Highway, Suite 305
steidelcontemporary.com, 561.283.2446

Known for intriguing sculptural objects and emerging international collections, Steidel Contemporary will host diverse exhibitions this season, showcasing mixed-media makers, ceramicists, and glass artists.

Delray Beach

ADDISON GALLERY
206 NE 2nd Street
addisongallery.com, 561.278.5700

In the Pineapple Grove Arts District, this contemporary art gallery represents both established and emerging artists whose work the gallery describes as innovative, passionate, and uplifting. Silver Lining, an exhibition of work by artist Dimarc, will be on view this fall.

Boca Raton

ROSENBAUM CONTEMPORARY
150 Yamato Road
rosenbaumcontemporary.com, 561.994.9180

Rosenbaum Contemporary features a nationally recognized, museum-level exhibition program of post-war, modern, and contemporary masters in all mediums, with works by Thomas Hartmann, Hunt Slonem, and Mira Lehr, among others.

SPONDER GALLERY
413 E. Palmetto Park Road, Suite 106
spondergallery.com, 561.241.3050

With a focus on post-war contemporary paintings, sculpture, and photography, this gallery provides support and consulting in all aspects of collecting, including appraisal services.

Additional Galleries

BEN BROWN FINE ARTS
244 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach
benbrownfinearts.com, 561.366.9985

This recent London transplant presents curated selections of iconic works by gallery artists and twentieth-century masters. Its inaugural exhibition explores the groundbreaking practices of international and U.S. artists Lucio Fontana, François-Xavier Lalanne, Georg Baselitz, Gerhard Richter, Jeff Koons, and Andy Warhol, among others.

CALL OF AFRICA’S NATIVE VISIONS GALLERIES
PGA Commons, 4600 PGA Boulevard Suite 105, Palm Beach Gardens
nativevisions.com, 561.741.1600  

Native Visions specializes in works by internationally acclaimed environmental and wildlife artists, including David Longmead, John Seerey-Lester, Mopho Gonde, and Margaret Gradwell. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet Zimbabwean master sculptor Godfrey Zonde at a special event December 3, from 3 to 6 p.m., as he exhibits his Impressions in Stone.

FINDLAY GALLERIES
165 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach
findlaygalleries.com, 561.655.2090

This family-run international art business recently celebrated 150 years and has served Palm Beach collectors since 1961. It focuses on impressionism, European modernism, L’École de Rouen, L’École de Paris, and twentieth-century American art, with exclusive representation of contemporary European and American artists and artist estates. Be transported to France with the exhibition En France by British contemporary impressionist Charles Neal, opening October 30.

ONESSIMO FINE ART
PGA Commons, 4530 PGA Boulevard Suite 101, Palm Beach Gardens
onessimofineart.com, 561.355.8061

This fall, visitors to Onessimo Fine Art will be privy to three exhibitions in a wide range of mediums and be able to meet the artists too. Garden of Light features paintings by Amy Donaldson and wall sculptures by Julia Gentile. A reception will be held October 15 from 6 to 9 p.m. In November, Magic in Metal highlights paintings on aluminum and stainless-steel sculptures by Karim Ghidinelli and Alec Kveton. That opening reception will be November 12 also from 6 to 9 p.m. Beginning December 16, Jennifer Haley will present resin paintings and Thomas Scoon will have glass and stone sculptures on view as part of A Seasonal Moment. The gallery will host receptions opening day.