Art Picks

Have you noticed that big white tent that suddenly appeared in downtown West Palm Beach? The one sandwiched between Okeechobee Boulevard and Lakeview Drive? Well, despite its modest exterior, its interior abounds with amazing artworks, from an emerald-green elephant head made of beetles to priceless works by Andy Warhol, Salvador Dali, and Keith Haring.

It’s all part of the inaugural Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, an international art fair presented by Art Miami and open through January 15. The 65,000-square-foot pop-up venue features hundreds of works from 60 global galleries. The pieces range from serious to whimsical and are sure to please a variety of collectors. Below are 10 works that caught our eye.


Lady by Toyin Loye

Gallery: Chiefs & Spirits

Love, Jane Waterous

Gallery: Hazelton Galleries

Lettuce, Stefan Gross

Gallery: Chiefs & Spirits

Dreamy Donuts, Peter Anton

Gallery: Arcature Fine Art

Freaky Mouse, Fidia Falaschetti

Gallery: Fabien Castanier Gallery

Hercules Swim, Emre Yusufi

Gallery: Mark Hachem

Don’t Ever Call Me Again (top), It’s Not You It’s Me (bottom), David Drebin

Gallery: Contessa Gallery

Einstein, Mr. Brainwash

Gallery: Contessa Gallery

Publicon Station VI, Robert Rauschenberg

Gallery: Vertu Fine Art

Elephant head made of beetles, Enrique Gomez de Molina

Gallery: Bernice Steinbaum Gallery

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