After extensive renovations, Park West Gallery has re-opened Park West Museum, a hub for Old Masters and contemporary artists inside its Southfield headquarters.
The project included the addition of two new salons and a redesigned floor plan to better showcase the museum’s works, including art by Pablo Picasso, Rembrandt van Rijn, and Joan Miró.
“Park West Gallery has been in business over 48 years and, during that time, we’ve amassed a collection of unique art that we wish to share with metro Detroit,” says Albert Scaglione, Park West Gallery’s founder and CEO. “I believe our collections will appeal to art lovers or any visitors who wants to learn more about art.”
The first exhibition in the revitalized space, created by Yaacov Agam, was held in October.
The gallery has represented the artist since the 1970s. Agam is a pioneer in the kinetic movement, which emphasizes transformation, movement, and viewer interaction.
The Park West Foundation, the gallery’s charitable arm, will bring other traveling exhibitions from around the nation, including work from Peter Max and Anatole Krasnyansky.
The facility is located at 29469 Northwestern Highway, and is open at no cost to the public. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.