ART AUCTIONS ON CRUISE SHIPS AND ON LAND

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Art Auctions on Cruise Ships

Park West Gallery maintains art galleries and produces thousands of live art auctions on cruise ships around the world each year. Learn to understand and appreciate art through our onboard galleries with the help of our staff.

Discover the excitement of buying art on cruise ships and becoming an art collector at one of our cruise ship art auctions during your next voyage! We currently provide art programs for the following cruise lines: Carnival, Celebrity, Holland America, Norwegian, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean, and MSC Cruises.

 

 

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THE HENRY (Dearborn, Michigan)

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Through a unique collaboration with The Henry (formerly The Ritz), an upscale boutique hotel in Dearborn, Michigan, Park West Gallery has found a new way to bring the arts to the modern traveler. Our on-site art gallery at The Henry, open five days a week, is located between the ballrooms on the ground floor.

Guests of The Henry can also enjoy artwork from the Park West Gallery collection hung right in their own rooms–works not only selected but created specifically for The Henry by world-renowned metro Detroit artists. Offering luxury accommodations and world-class dining, The Henry is located just minutes from the historic Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.

For more information, please visit www.behenry.com/park-west-gallery.aspx.


Additional Locations

Park West Gallery also conducts private collectors’ events at luxury hotels and resorts throughout the United States. Learn more

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