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Wednesday, 11 February 2015 12:13

The Palm Beach Show Group Takes Over the Palm Beach Art and Antiques Market

Martha Walter (American, 1875–1976), 'Crowded Beach.' Oil on board, 14 x 18 inches. Signed 'Martha Walter' lower left. Martha Walter (American, 1875–1976), 'Crowded Beach.' Oil on board, 14 x 18 inches. Signed 'Martha Walter' lower left. Image courtesy, Thomas Colville Fine Art. Exhibiting at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show

There is now only one major art and antiques show in Palm Beach, and that’s the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique Show (PBJAAS). The American International Fine Art Fair (AIFAF), which has always preceeded the PBJAAS, was recently cancelled after 18 years. Over the past ten years the PBJSAAS has continually grown as a result of CEO Scott Diament’s tireless pursuit to become one of the top shows in the world. John Smiroldo, CEO of InCollect and Antiques & Fine Art magazine remarked, “Scott’s unbridled enthusiasm and seemingly unlimited marketing budget is incredible. Scott truly believes in what he is doing. His promotion of his shows and the industry as a whole is unprecedented and extremely important to the trade.”

Scott Diamant, CEO of the PBSG, remarks “this is a phenomenal opportunity for us to make the show even stronger. We will use the extra time this year to enhance the look of the show and provide a true VIP experience for major collectors. Wait until you see what we do in 2016, it will be a game changer.”

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