THE PALM BEACH SHOW 2021: my editor's picks from the cream of the crop

The 18th annual, perpetually well-received and widely attended art and cultural event on Palm Beach united top collectors and exhibitors live & in-person. Here's what I loved most.

photos courtesy of Palm Beach Show Group

Throwing Doubles by Nathan Coe, limited edition archival pigment print; through Cavalier Gallery

As much as we've adapted Zoom-wise and all, nothing can replace a face-to-face human interaction.

And considering the nature of the business being done at The Palm Beach Show - where serious collectors come for serious items - a super high-end assemblage of fine art, antiques, and jewelry spanning numerous genres and eras - what a coup it was that The Palm Beach Show Group defied the odds and made it happen in the optimal way: live!

“The Palm Beach Show debuted as the first major art event of 2021, giving it a huge advantage for exhibitors to get back to business,” stated Scott Diament, Palm Beach Show Group president and CEO. “We are proud to have forged ahead through the difficulties and uncertainties that COVID-19 challenged us with.”

Well, I'm not a collector... but I am an enthusiast, and I wouldn't be doing my job if I didn't serve you the stuff that got my heart racing just a few weeks ago.


Sky and Water I #306 by M.C. Escher, 1938, woodcut; through Walker Fine Art

I am Sure! by Edward Bekkerman, mixed media on board; through ABA Gallery

Subway, 2021 by Mr. Brainwash, mixed media on aluminum, plywood, and plexiglass multi-panel; through Contessa Gallery

Birds Singing by Lúcio Carvalho; through Chic Evolution in Art


Pretty in Pink Series, 2020 by Debra Steidel, crystalline glazed porcelain and cast glass; through Steidel Fine Art

Gilded Rhythm Vessel by Jennifer McCurdy, 2020, porcelain and 24ct. gold leaf; through Steidel Fine Art

Leopard Hunting by Robert Hooke, bronze; through Robert Hooke Sculpture

antique 1940s Tiffany & Co. sterling silver cigarette box; through Daniel's Antiques

classic World War II binoculars; through Luxx Optica


Treasure of the Earth one-of-a-kind lariat featuring rare cut diamond, encrusted with natural diamonds in 18K white gold; through Yvel

David Webb enamel and diamond Horse Ring; through Benchmark Palm Beach

Van Cleef & Arpels ruby and turquoise Ballerina Brooch; through Yafa Signed Jewels

disc earrings in diamond and mother of pearl; through Provident Jewelry

Bracelet Mikado Flamenco Candy with mixed acorn-shaped semi-precious stones (garnet, peridot, amethyst, pink tourmaline and others) in 18K yellow gold; through Tamara Comolli


diamond face mask; through Yvel

Beats Pro Headphones by Dr. Dre x Graff with diamonds and rubies ; through Yafa Signed Jewels

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