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The Private View Gallery—a best kept secret for connoisseurs

by Victoria Woodhull-Cushing

For those who are in the know, The Private View Gallery,  located at 212 Brazilian Avenue in Palm Beach, opened in March of 2014. For those who want to learn more about contemporary art and build their art collection, they should make an appointment at The Private View Gallery, founded by Paige Rense Noland, former editor-in-chief of Architectural Digest, where she served from 1970 to 2010.  Private View is curated by Victoria Woodhull Cushing.
The majority of the artwork for sale at the gallery comes directly from artist Kenneth Noland’s (1924-2010) personal collection – works of his own that he held back over the years and works of artists he collected and admired. As a collector, Noland purchased many important works in his lifetime, and it was also common for his peers to trade amongst themselves.
While the gallery operates as an exclusive showroom for Noland’s own paperwork (Noland’s works on canvas are represented by Pace Gallery in New York and London) they also represent several private collections of Noland’s work and collaborate with the estates of other artists.  For example, our current exhibition includes not only works by Noland but also sculpture by Sir Anthony (Tony) Caro and works on paper by Hans Hofmann.
If you would like to attend a private reception third week of May  and meet Paige Rense, please email me at maribel@altimacclub.com
or call Altima International at 561 833 8283
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2nd Annual Art and Design on Worth Avenue, Palm Beach

Arcature Fine Art, Friedrich’s Optik, The Silver Fund and Holden Luntz Gallery Host Exclusive Block Party During 2nd Annual Art and Design on Worth Avenue adds exhibits, book-signings and a new fashion element.

A consortium of local shop owners in the 300 block of Worth Avenue continued their efforts to establish this block of famed Worth Avenue as a destination for those seeking the best in art and design by hosting The Second Annual Art and Design on Worth on Tuesday, April 7th.   Arcature Fine Art, Friedrich’s Optik, The Silver Fund and Holden Luntz Gallery rolled out the red carpet and popped open the champagne for over 150 clients and guests who strolled store to store to sample a variety of delectable treats and unique collectibles.
Highlights of the evening included exhibits and book-signings by renowned photographers Harry Benson and Patrick McMullan, as well as informal modeling of CADE’s Spring and Fall collections, presided by fashion designer Bevin ButlerFriedrich’s Optik showcased their exclusive eyewear collection popular with many notables including Iris Apfel.
Seen balancing a Sharpie in one hand and a camera in the other, New York photographer to the stars Patrick McMullan remarked, “Had I known how many fabulous attendees this annual event attracts, I would have brought more books!” His collection of books with photos of well-known people celebrating in style sold out in short order.
 “I’m always amazed at the number of people this event brings to the Avenue.  What a delightful evening.  I bumped into many friends who delight in the many new quality offerings found each season on the Avenue.  We enjoy these curated events targeted to those who wish to add to their collections,” said prominent collector Susan Lloyd.
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From Helander’s Downtown West Palm Beach Whitney studio to the new Whitney Museum in New York!

by Susan Hall

On Thin Ice, 2002
Original paper collage & embellishments on museum board
36 x 30 in.
Permanent Collection, Whitney Museum of American Art, 2003
Bruce Helander will be attending the special artists of the permanent collection opening for the new Whitney Museum of American Art in lower Manhattan on April 24. Bruce’s original collage, On Thin Ice, was acquired by the museum in 2003. He also will be attending the Press Preview as a journalist on behalf of The Huffington Post for a future report on the new Whitney opening. Helander will be exhibiting at the Art Miami New York/Pier 94 Art Fair in May, where he also will be the moderator for a panel discussion on Art Market Predictions. In June, he will attend a writing seminar at Yale, and in July, he will be exhibiting at Art Southampton, and as part of the traveling exhibition, “Open This End: Contemporary Art from the Collection of Blake Byrne,” (currently at Nasher Museum, Duke University; the show travels through 2017). He currently is showing his work at the Cornell Museum of Art (Delray Beach) and Arcature Fine Art (Palm Beach).
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Pablo’s Surprise, 2015
Original acrylic on canvas with printed background
72 x 55 in.
Exhibited at Art Miami New York/Pier 94
For more information, please contact Helander Studio: 561.655.0504 or helander@bellsouth.net.
Art Miami New York/Pier 94: www.artmiaminewyork.com  
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“The Beasts of the Earth & the Spirit of Man” at Holden Luntz Gallery through April 18th

Worth Avenue’s Holden Luntz Gallery’s latest exhibition, “The Beasts of the Earth and the Spirit of Man,” was conceived by gallery owner Holden Luntz as a way of showcasing photography’s ability to visualize humanity in all forms, as well as the larger world with endless landscapes and creatures.
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“The sense of the show is that we all have some innate, non-visual sense of the world,” Luntz said. “We are kind of citizens of the planet now and I would hope that we, as human beings, have a connection to the earth and interest in preserving it. There are whole parts of the world that remain unknowable and photographers expand the world. If there is this invisible thread that unites us, what is that? Everybody will have a different answer to that question.”
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The exhibit showcases the works of photographer David Yarrow, who travels to the ends of the earth in his quest to capture the harsh and endangered beauty of the natural world; Sebastiao Salgado, whose long-term projects are epic studies in humanity; Joyce Tenneson, whose focus is portrait photography that goes beyond the surface, resulting in ethereal images in an attempt to show the inner person; and John Dugdale, who creates poignant and intimate humanistic imagery using 19th century processes and aesthetics.
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The Exhibition runs from March 7th to April 18th.
Holden Luntz Gallery
332 Worth Avenue
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Rare Jean E. Puiforcat French Art Deco Dinner Service

by Joshua Burcham

The Silver Fund is proud to feature a very rare Jean E. Puiforcat French Art Deco Dinner service.TheSilverFund-Very-Rare-Jean-E-Puiforcat-French-Art-Deco-Dinner-Service

“Leave it to the Silver Fund to find this extraordinary collection with this number of Silver and Silver-gilt pieces, circa France 1925-1947”

The Silver Fund is the largest dealer worldwide in estate Georg Jensen silver. In addition to their comprehensive collection of Georg Jensen holloware, their inventory includes exceptional 20th century silver designed by Jean Puiforicat, William Spratling, Antonio Pineda and many other great 20th century designers.

Since 1996, they have sold more than $40 million worth of Georg Jensen silver to private clients around the world. They have helped build multiple large collections including the Rowler collection, the largest single collection ever to be sold at auction where it fetched $9.8 million in one session.

The Silver Fund has helped put together outstanding exhibitions, including “Georg Jensen Jewelry” at the Bard Graduate Center in New York City. The exhibition was the largest Georg Jensen jewelry retrospective ever presented. The Silver Fund collaborated with Susan Weber Soros, the founder and director of the center, at every stage of the exhibition. We also collaborated on the Georg Jensen exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 2007.
The Silver Fund has authored the definitive book on Georg Jensen Holloware—Holloware: The Silver Fund Collection. The book was the culmination of five years of research, writing and collaboration.

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Yelitza Karolyi exhibit at Mary Mahoney Boutique

Photo credit: www. patrickmcmullan.com

Yelitza is a figurative artist who works in oils, pastels, acrylics and mixed media. She received her initial formal training at the Maine College of Art under instruction from figurative artist Janet Conlon Manyan. Subsequently she studied at The Art Students League of New York under instruction from abstract painter Ronnie Landfield and illustrator and figurative artist Max Ginsburg.

Born in Caracas, Venezuela, Yelitza grew up in New York, Los Angeles and Caracas. Prior to her painting career, she was a fashion model for designers Yves Saint Laurent, Karl Lagerfeld, Sonia Rykiel, Sandra Rhodes and Missoni. She was photographed by Richard Avedon, Peter Beard, David Bailey, among others, for leading fashion magazines including Cosmopolitan, Vogue, Brides, Harper’s Bazaar, Interview and Good Housekeeping. As well, she featured in over 40 television commercials and was one of the “Virginia Slims Girls”.

Before moving to Palm Beach, Yelitza lived in New York, London, Paris, Milan, Hong Kong, Monte Carlo and New Delhi. She speaks English, Spanish, French and Italian.

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Yelitza is represented by Mary Mahoney on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach

For commissioned portrait paintings, contact Yelitza

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Patrick McMullan Company, PMc officially launches presence in Florida

Altima selected as Official Representative in Palm Beach and Miami

 

Famed Photographer Patrick McMullan is pleased to announce the opening of his eponymous company in Florida. Clients in Palm Beach and Miami are invited to book Patrick McMullan or one of his affiliate photographers through Maribel Alvarez at Altima International to cover their events. Patrick McMullan Company (PMC) is a premiere full service photography and digital media agency in New York City, Los Angeles and South Florida.

Pioneering the celebrity and social photography business for decades as an iconic brand, PMc focuses on photographing people, A-listers, fashionistas, designers, models, actors, artists, socialites and captains of industry. PMc has garnered a level of caché that grants its agency access to the most interesting and desirable events.

PMc photographs over 50 events each week, many of which are exclusives, and services images to leading national and international publications including columns in New York Magazine, Interview Magazine, New York Observer, amNY, Allure and Architectural Digest to just name a few.

Patrick McMullan.com has the New York, Los Angeles, and the Hamptons social scene covered and people from all over the world visit the website daily to see and feel what it would be like to be at the party. Palm Beach and Miami clients can now have their events added to the Guest List and be seen by the world.

“We felt opening this new market was just a natural fit for both the company and for me personally. Many of our clients migrate to Florida in the winter and the Palm Beach and Miami areas are my second home. I just love it down here,” says Patrick McMullan.

20070713pmc1To view gallery of events and/or purchase photos click here

For bookings contact Maribel or Eric:

Altima International/ Maribel Alvarez /561 833 8283/ Maribel@altimacclub.com
Patrick McMullan Co./ Booking Dept./ 646-638-2000/ eric@patrickmcmullan.com

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Presenting ‘Silver by Aston Martin Collection’

Our team was fortunate to host Simon Willis at our “Art & Design on Worth” event on April 25th where he presented an exclusive preview of the Aston Martin Home Collection as well as their latest automobiles.

The Aston Martin Collection is an exclusive homeware range designed by Grant Macdonald, London’s finest silversmiths. Grant Macdonald is highly experienced in crafting luxury and bespoke silverware for an international client base for over forty years. The inspiration for the collection has been derived from the elegance, craftsmanship and engineering excellence that has been built into every Aston Martin car since 1913.

This simple yet enduring design ethos influences every piece in the Aston Martin Collection. Dynamic proportions, razor fine lines and sumptuous curves – all a signature of the marque – inspires graceful forms in sterling silver, 24 carat gold, fine bone china, crystal and other fine materials throughout the range.

From luxury picnic hampers to car models, tableware to gifts, the collection celebrates the very best in contemporary British design. Hand-crafted by Grant Macdonald’s expert silversmiths, the Aston Martin Collection fuses high end technology and traditional craftsmanship to create stunning designs for the home.

The philosophy of this collection is to offer clients the commitment to a premium quality that is synonymous with Aston Martin.

Browse and purchase this striking homeware collection online through the following homeware and gift sections of the website; Eating, Drinking, Gifts, and Travel & Picnic. The Aston Martin collection also offers customers the opportunity to purchase unique Limited Edition and bespoke designs that stir the senses. The Aston Martin Collection by Grant Macdonald can also be found in stores and dealerships globally, please view Stockists for more details.

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Click here for more information on the Aston Martin Home Collection by Grant Macdonald.