Artsy.net is the Official Online Partner of PBM+C. Collectors and art enthusiasts can use Artsy to browse exhibitor booths, make sales inquires on available art works, and access fair information online via Artsy.net and the Artsy app for iPhone & iPad. Artsy’s exclusive online previews will launch in advance of the fair with a special first-look for press and VIPs.


PBM+C VIP Preview Co-Beneficiary, Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, will serve as a satellite venue and official cultural partner for the fair, presenting Contours in Metal: Sculpture by Gino Miles, as well as Murano Mosaics: Persistance and Evolution, courtesy of Tansey Contemporary. The Gardens Conservancy will celebrate the opening of these exhibitions with "Evening in the Gardens", January 9th at 6PM at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens. The Gardens will be honoring Christine Aylward as the 2019 recipient of the Ann Norton Award for Philanthropy that evening. Click here for Tickets

Complimentary trolley service will be provided between the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens and the Fair January 11-13. Complimentary admission for PBM+C VIP Cardholders, January 10-13. www.ansg.org

Joe Namath Foundation | PBM+C VIP Preview Co-Beneficiary

Come celebrate the 5Oth Anniversary of Joe's MVP performance and Super Bowl III victory. Support the Joe Namath Foundation by acquiring a work of art donated by Contemporary artists Bradley Theodore, Yigal Ozeri, Skyler Grey, Jason Newsted  & Danny Minnick and curated by fair Director Nick Korniloff. Over the last thirty plus years, Joe Namath has supported hundreds of charitable causes. Through his personal involvement, he has helped to rally volunteers and celebrities to raise millions of dollars. In 2017, Namath launched his own foundation, The Joe Namath Foundation, a private 501(c) (3) organization which will benefit numerous children’s charities and neurological research. Visit www.joenamath.org.

Schantz Galleries
presents thirty new works by Maestro Lino Tagliapietra featuring his most recent innovations in glass. Tagliapietra, who will be at the event, is proud to introduce two of his newest innovations; a large installation of blown glass leaf forms cascading along the wall, and illuminated sculptures, including a fused glass panel inspired by the blue waters off the coasts of Florida.

Hope for Depression Research Foundation (HDRF)
is the leading non-profit dedicated solely to advanced depression research, with a unique research plan created by its Depression Task Force of top neuroscientists. Its impact includes over $30 million in grants across the world.  On Sunday, January 27, 2019, lace up your sneakers, and join HDRF as they set out on their inaugural Palm Beach Race of Hope + 5K Walk. The event will raise awareness and funds for advanced depression research, with every dollar raised going directly to research.  To participate, please visit www.hopefordepression.org/events

The City of West Palm Beach
partners with the community to preserve and enhance the quality of life through providing efficient and effective community-focused services.