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The 20th Annual Palm Beach Show continues to impress with
a remarkable celebratory showcase.



Robert Kiger and Betsy Van Dyke


Michael Ridgedill and Margaret Wilesmith


Joe Pacetti, Cassandra Cass and Mark David


In true celebratory fashion, the 20th Annual Palm Beach Show returned to the Palm Beach County
Convention Center with a triumphant showcase kicking off with a remarkable VIP Opening Night
Preview Party. Overwhelmed by the palpable energy, flowing champagne, and robust crowds, the show undoubtedly premiered once again as THE most important event of its kind not only in Palm Beach County but in the United States.

Produced by the Palm Beach Show Group, The Palm Beach Show closed after six days of extraordinary, consistent attendance and remarkable sales. The fair hosted over 140+ of the finest and most diverse groups of international exhibitors representing over 20 countries. The 2023 Show offered aisle after aisle of  extraordinary collections with a perfect mix of Asian antiquities, estate jewelry, silver, prints, contemporary and classical art, and much more.


Lorre Erlick and Bahya Murad


Noele Wein and Linda Edelson


Scott Diament and Kevin Berlin


Mathias Pastorfer, Isabelle Bacher and Prince Hussain Aga Khan


Lorre Erlick and Bahya Murad


Noele Wein and Linda Edelson

Immediately upon entering, the show wowed patrons with the Immersive Entrance Exhibition designed by sculptor Gino Miles (b. 1952). The monumentally sized fabricated stainless steel and bronze visual titled “Arches” was one of many of his works included at the main entrance that depicted a fully outfitted Santa Fe-inspired experience.

The VIP Opening Night Preview welcomed over 4,000 enthusiastic collectors to the opening of the season’s highly anticipated art, antique & jewelry event. Prominent collectors and well-known Palm Beach social pillars were in attendance.


Ben Stein and William Eubanks


Mary Bryant McCourt


Jean Shafiroff and Ann Duong


Crowds gathered around Galerie Gmurzynska’s booth on Thursday’s VIP Opening Night for a presentation by Prince Hussain Aga Khan, who discussed his series “The Living Sea.” The series comprised works from numerous photographic deep-sea expeditions, spanning a multitude of marine species exhibited for an exclusive charitable benefit of Focused on Nature (FON), a charity based in Geneva and founded in 2013 by Prince Hussain Aga Khan and Nazir Sunderji and dedicated to the conservation of biodiversity.

Bill Rau of M.S. Rau commented, “With the steady and well-qualified traffic at the Palm Beach Show, we were able to share our extensive collection of fine art, antique furniture, and one-of-a-kind jewels with clients both old and new. We made wonderful connections made, and sales of works by Van Gogh, Chagall, Warhol, and many others-- the show’s momentum will certainly help us continue building relationships with the vibrant art-collecting community at Palm Beach.”

The Palm Beach Show once again celebrated a “Day of Design” at its Saturday event. The show presented a dedicated day honoring interior designers and decorators with unique curated programming, booth presentations, style spotters, and panel discussions. Leading interior designers shopped the show bringing their knowledge and expertise to clients and attendees throughout the weekend.


Bambi Felberbaum and Ellen Levy


Janet Levy, Gregory Welteroth, Laurie Welteroff, and Jason Maison


Collectors, museum curators, art connoisseurs, designers and exhibitors expressed gratitude for the opportunity to be in a show setting once again. This a confirmation that in-person fairs provide an atmosphere that cannot be recreated or replaced by online platforms– proving the vital importance of these events for the industry.

Scott Diament, President & CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group, beamed with pride from when the show build began. When asked for his comments on the 20th Anniversary, he remarked, “The Palm Beach Show Group takes great pride in being able to present The Palm Beach Show uninterrupted for 20 consecutive years. As the largest and most important show of its kind in the United States, The Palm Beach Show could have only been built to this magnitude due to our incredible collective community. A show of this enormous breadth and depth presents challenges from inception through presentation and dismantling and requires a coordinated effort from a vast number of people. We want to express our gratitude by congratulating everyone involved in making The Palm Beach Show a success.”

Jeffrey Behan, Owner of Premier Rare Coins, a first-time exhibitor, gave accolades to producers, “The 2023 Palm Beach Show exceeded my expectations in every way. As a vendor of rare coins and numismatic items, I wasn’t sure how well our booth would do, but from the moment VIP night began, we were inundated with interest from a steady stream of enthusiastic attendees. Even as the days went on, our booth remained busy with at least a dozen people around it at all times, asking questions and admiring our selection of rare collectibles, including shipwreck pieces and necklaces. I have to give credit to the Palm Beach Show team, who did an incredible job of promoting the event and drawing in a diverse crowd of interested buyers and collectors. The outreach efforts clearly paid off.”


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