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Founded in 1969 by Albert Scaglione, Park West Gallery has brought the experience of collecting fine art to more than 1.8 million customers around the world, through art auctions on cruise ships and in major metropolitan areas, and via our gallery locations in Michigan and Florida.

Our mission is to create an entertaining, educational and welcoming environment that ignites a passion for the arts and offers an incomparable collecting experience. Park West Gallery supports a myriad of artistic talent, advocates genuine artistry and maintains the highest of professional standards.

The Park West Gallery headquarters is located in Southfield, Michigan, on a beautiful 3½-acre site, including a natural pond and sculpture garden. The 63,000 square foot classical Greco-Roman building is designed in the style of many museums built in North America in the 20th century. An exterior gallery of windows displays rotating artwork from our collection.

Inside, 23 spacious exhibition galleries are accented with antique furniture and fine oriental carpets on limestone floors. Each of the galleries is devoted to a particular artist or type of art. New collections are mounted continuously, with hundreds of works always on exhibit. Also housed within are the company’s executive offices, staff offices, fine art storage facilities, restoration studios, research department, video production department, digital catalog printing facilities and customer service department.

Our 181,000 square foot facility located in Miami Lakes, Florida, acts as our distribution center, servicing our cruise ship and land-based auctions. This facility, including additional executive offices and a newly-constructed gallery, is dedicated to custom framing, world-wide shipping, art transport and distribution of materials. Meet our staff


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