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Third Annual Le Rosey Reunion at BICE Palm Beach

Global and generational representation lives up to the motto “SCHOOL FOR LIFE”

 

Institut Le Rosey, internationally acclaimed boarding school recently hosted the Third Annual Rosey Alumni reunion at Bice, Palm Beach , Saturday April 25th.  Referred to as the ‘School of Kings and Leaders’ in a recent Town and Country article, the reunion brought together over 3 generations of alumni, living up to its motto ‘A School for Life’.
Alumni co-hos…

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Hamilton Jewelers Mother’s Day | Video Contest

Hamilton Jewelers has launched a digital campaign to allow guests to vote for their mom as ‘the best’ with aFacebook video contest. The campaign, “My Mom is the Best” will launch on April 18th, 3 weeks prior to Mother’s Day weekend. The contest will encourage families and/or children to video-tape a short testimonial about why they believe their mom is the greatest. All videos will be posted to Hamilton’s Facebook page and voted upon by thousands of fans and friends. Guests can uploa…

Spring Masters New York

by Joshua Burcham

Spring Masters New York brings together leading galleries in a new and interesting fair concept unlike anything New York has seen before. The bold hexagonal fair design by architect Rafael Viñoly creates unexpected juxtapositions between paintings, sculptures and design objects across the centuries.
The Silver Fund will be exhibiting their unique mix of exceptional 20th century furniture, silver, decorative art, and design.
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Patricia Condé Gallery introduces ‘Another Planet’ to Mexico City

by Sarah Rogers

Patricia Condé Gallery will introduce internationally renown New York photographer and author of “Another Planet”, Christophe von Hohenberg, during an exhibit and booksigning in Mexico City, on Wednesday May 27 at 7:00 pm.  In ‘Another Planet’ Von Hohenberg captures  the big apple during the 70’s and 80’s,  immortalizing models, artists, designers musicians, gallerists and other icons who reigned during that era, including Andy Warhol, Leo Castelli, and Blondi…

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The Private View Gallery—a best kept secret for connoisseurs

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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.Read more
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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.   ARead more
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Introducing Sweet Wheels to South Florida

by Mahtab Farouzadeh

Sweet Wheels Bakery delivers authentic desserts to South Florida. No matter what you’re craving, Sweet Wheels Bakery is ready to delight your taste buds with fresh desserts baked daily, using only the finest ingredients. The menu changes regularly with the seasons and of course keeping our signature treats, like the Divine Swine; a dark chocolate maple bacon cupcake, or our delicious sweet and sticky brioche loafs. In addition to participating in Food Tru…

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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 Muse…