PARK WEST GALLERY — REIMAGINING THE WORLD OF FINE ART
Park West Gallery is the world’s largest art dealer, bringing the experience of collecting fine art to more than 3 million customers since 1969.
No other company has the expertise, insight, or variety of art as Park West Gallery. Whether it’s masterpieces from history’s greatest artists or the latest artwork from leading contemporary icons, Park West offers something for everyone.
For decades, Park West Gallery has brought its unmatched knowledge and customer service to art auctions on cruise ships, fine hotels, and gallery locations in Michigan, Las Vegas, and Hawaii. With top-notch framing and delivery services available from our logistics center in Miami, Park West Gallery ensures that art lovers and collectors anywhere can enjoy their art for years to come.
Park West Gallery strives to create an entertaining, educational, and welcoming atmosphere that ignites a passion for the arts. Park West’s mission is to make the art world accessible, helping its clients build lasting memories through collecting events, educational seminars, and art exhibitions.
CRUISE SHIP AUCTIONS
In 1995, Park West Gallery began hosting art auctions aboard international luxury cruise lines alongside Celebrity Cruises and Royal Caribbean International. Today, Park West can be found on cruise ships around the globe, including ships across Asia.
PARK WEST’S FOUNDER
Albert Scaglione, Founder and CEO of Park West Gallery, first founded the gallery in 1969. Little did he know, while he was working at an art gallery in high school, that he would one day become the visionary behind the world’s largest art dealer. Now, through Scaglione’s tenacity and ingenuity, Park West Gallery has relationships with over 100 major artists and artist estates.
PARK WEST’S FACILITIES
Park West Gallery holds art auctions all over the world, but has permanent facilities across the United States. Park West’s world headquarters—and Park West Museum—are both located in Southfield, Michigan, and there are additional museum and gallery locations in Las Vegas and Hawaii that are all open to the public. Park West also has an 181,000 square-foot fulfillment center in Miami Lakes, Florida, which is not open to the public.