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Palm Beach
340 Royal Poinciana Way, Suite M334
Palm Beach, FL 33480

T: +1 561-833-0583

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Open 7 Days, 10am - 6pm


Los Angeles
1700 South Santa Fe Avenue, Suite 440
Los Angeles, CA 90021

T: +1 323-467-5700

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Tues - Sat, 10am - 6pm

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Galleries will be closed:
New Year’s Day
Independence Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day
Easter Sunday
Labor Day

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Sarah Gavlak, Owner

John McGurk
 | Palm Beach

Nicole Bennett
Registrar | Palm Beach


Kandace Philosophos
Assistant to Sarah Gavlak
Please note that Kandace is currently on maternity leave; please contact Kate or Nicole in her absence.

Sarah Lewiecki
Gallery Manager | Los Angeles


Kate de Ligne
Artist Liasion | Los Angeles

About Us

GAVLAK is an internationally recognized contemporary art gallery with locations in Palm Beach, Florida and Los Angeles, California. Founded by Sarah Gavlak in 2005, the gallery represents over twenty acclaimed artists, primarily focusing on the representation of women, LGBTQ and artists of color. After recognizing a lack of local gallery presence in Palm Beach, Sarah Gavlak opened the first contemporary art gallery on the island over 15 years ago. She founded her eponymous gallery with the goal of championing female and LGTBQ artists, and over the last two decades has staged highly conceptual and pioneering exhibitions, which include early solo presentations by Marilyn Minter, Betty Tompkins, Simone Leigh, and Wade Guyton. In 2014, she expanded her footprint and opened a 5,000 square foot space in Hollywood, and recently took on representation for artists Gisela Colon, Beverly Fishman, Candida Alvarez, and Vanessa German. This past year, Gavlak relocated again, on both coasts, moving the signature flagship gallery into a new suite at The Royal Poinciana Plaza on Palm Beach, and moving out of Hollywood and into Downtown Los Angeles’ burgeoning arts district on Santa Fe Avenue.

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