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12.06–12.08

Palm Beach,
FL

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Public Programs

Friday 12.06


Panel Discussion: Place & Space: Negotiating Displacement Through a Cultural Lens 

Norton Museum of Art

5PM-6PM

Panelists: Cheryl Brutvan, Francisco Maso, Lina Puerta, and Henry Reese, Moderated by Dr. Isolde Brielmaier

A frank discussion on the idea of home, belonging and what it means in today's socio-political landscape for immigrant artists to create and establish their place. How does one reckon with displacement and migration in today’s climate? How might artists contend with borders both real and imagined as a part of their daily experience? As a part of their artistic practice? What possibilities do art and culture offer in reaching across or permeating perceived boundaries?


Culture Corps x Rosemary Square with Performances by Ballet Florida

Rosemary Square 

7:30PM-9PM

Gopal Rajegowda, Doreen Remen, Yvonne Force Villareal and Sarah Gavlak invite you to a champagne celebration of Water Pavilion West Palm by Danish artist Jeppe Hein at Rosemary Square. The interaction social sculpture allows viewers to walk in and out of ephemeral rooms formed by vertical columns of water. Jeppe Hein is best known for his recent public installation Breath with Me in New York's Central Park. The evening will also include commissioned performances by Ballet Florida. Rosemary Square is a vibrant neighborhood and destination with art and culture at its core that has been spearheaded by NWAW advisory committee member Gopal Rajegowda. 

Saturday 12.07


Panel Discussion: Art as Intervention in Today's Social Landscape

Eau Palm Beach 

9:30AM-10:30AM

Panelists: Jeppe Hein, Renzo Ortega, and Saya Woolfalk, Moderated by Dr. Isolde Brielmaier

A frank discussion among artists about the ways in which they view and utilize art as a means of intervening in our current social and political landscape. 


Opening Reception

Gavlak Gallery 

6PM-8PM

Gavlak is excited to present a solo exhibition of new paintings by Candida Alvarez. 

Alvarez's work "stumbles through what [she] thinks of as chatty abstractions that shape-shift and dream-catch both light and space. These investigations allow for [her] paintings and drawings to build abstract structures that mix and remix themselves, interweaving the narrative with the pictorial. [Alvarez's] aim is to expand the hybrid space of painting while maintaining a crucial connection to daily life."

Open in its new SUITE M334 location in The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach

Weekend hours

Friday 12.06 10 AM–6 PM
Saturday 12.07, 10 AM–6 PM
Sunday 12.08, 10 AM–5 PM

Opening Reception: Candida Alvarez
Saturday, December 7, 6-8 PM

November 9 - December 21

Sunday 12.08


Panel Discussion: Patrons of the Future

Royal Ponciana Way 

11AM-12PM

Panelists: Thelma Golden, Beth Rudin Dewoody, and Ann Tenenbaum.

In our ever-changing funding climate for art and artists as well as "culture' more broadly, what might the patron of the future look like? Who are the patrons (individuals, organizations, public/private sector players) who support artists and artistic practices in new and innovative ways? What new kinds of innovative funding streams, relationships, and support structures might we envision for the artists and for the communities in which they work as we look to solidifying the future of art, culture, and communities across the U.S.?


Book Signing with Lisa Perry

Assouline at the Royal Ponciana Plaza

11AM-12:30PM

Join Assouline for a book signing with Lisa Perry. Perry, known for her 60s-inspired collection of clothing and accessories reminiscent of Courrèges and Cardin, is now showcasing her longtime passion: the home. Her love for design is infectious and this tour through her personally curated spaces instantly sparks joy. Each property displayed is a bold composition of artwork, furniture, lighting, and creating flourishes. Lisa never forgoes a chance to place pops of color and her spaces come alive with the whimsical art of Jeff Koons, Roy Lichtenstein, Ellsworth Kelly, and furniture designer, Pierre Paulin. 

Written and photographed by Robyn Lea, with a foreword by Hillary Clinton and an introduction by Lisa Perry.  

Please RSVP to events@assouline.com