Leslie Lew teaches tolerance with “Buki’s Garden”

Park West Gallery artist Leslie Lew taught families visiting the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, New York the value of acceptance through art in her children’s book, “Buki’s Garden.” The museum [...]


Henri Matisse painting looted by Nazis returns home

A painting by Henri Matisse has finally made its way home after disappearing 75 years ago. Matisse’s “Femme Assise” (Seated Woman) belonged to Paul Rosenberg, a renowned art dealer who fled from [...]


Cruise lines expect major growth into 2022

Do you enjoy cruising and Park West Gallery’s fine art auctions aboard ships? Then you’ll love the latest news that indicates the cruise industry is growing in the next seven years. The “2015-16 [...]


Works by Rembrandt, Dürer missing from Boston library

An engraving by Albrecht Dürer and an etching by Rembrandt van Rijn were reported as missing from the Boston Public Library. In a statement released May 20, Boston Public Library President Amy E. [...]


Park West CEO explains $179.4 million Picasso sale

Park West Gallery Founder and CEO Albert Scaglione offered his insight into the record-breaking art auction of a Pablo Picasso painting on May 11. Christie’s New York made art history when [...]


Park West supports the arts and sciences

Park West Gallery was one of the event sponsors for An Evening of Art + Science. Michigan artists and scientists, groups usually thought of as opposites, collaborated together to raise funds for [...]


Yanke Strudel on the Ruby Princess

Park West collectors and artist Tim Yanke were surprised with a custom-baked strudel to polish off an amazing 7 day cruise on the Ruby Princess. Good friend and hotel general manager, Guenther [...]


Happy 87th birthday to Yaacov Agam

  Park West Gallery wishes Yaacov Agam a happy birthday! The man considered to be “the Father of Kinetic Art” turned 87 on May 11, and for just over 40 of those years, has worked with Park [...]


Park West co-sponsors Scleroderma fundraiser

Park West Gallery contributed to raising awareness and funds for Scleroderma (pronounced “sklair-o-dur-muh”) research in style. The gallery co-sponsored a soiree themed after “The Great Gatsby,” [...]


Eye hospital sees return of Yaacov Agam sculpture

The aptly named “Complex Vision” sculpture by Yaacov Agam has been restored to its original glory and reinstalled at the Callahan Eye Hospital at the University of Alabama located in Birmingham. [...]

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