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Opera Gallery celebrates presence now in 12 international cities worldwide
Two more locations in the U.S. market are planned to open as part of the North American expansion, including new locations in New York and Aspen, alongside featured exhibitions of historical theme and solo exhibitions by emerging artists that will be announced this summer.


MIAMI, FLA.- Opera Gallery, one of the world’s leading dealers in modern and contemporary art with international presence in 12 cities worldwide, celebrated its grand opening in the Miami Design District on Thursday, March 24. The gallery opened its doors to more than 300 luminaries from the art, design and social circles for a first look of the 1,500-square-foot gallery space which showcased modern masters as well as contemporary works by Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Marc Chagall, Keith Haring, among others. Opera Gallery Group Founder & Chairman Gilles Dyan welcomed guests and mingled with VIP attendees, including: Romero Britto, Justin and Soledad Lowe, Barbara Hulanicki, Ana Sophia Tarbay, Benoit Izard, Carole Seikaly, Danny Santiago, David Flo, Helga Piaget, Elena Aleksandrova, James Wark, Jonathan Loubens, Malinka Max, Alena Graff and Maria Beguiristain.

Having a strong presence in South Florida for the last 14 years at its previous location in Bal Harbour Shops, the relocation into the Miami Design District strategically places the brand at a pinnacle crossroads between two major art and design districts in a move that is consistent with its global positioning in 12 international cities across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and now in North America; including Paris, London, Geneva, Monaco, New York, Miami, Aspen, Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul, Beirut and Dubai.

Two more locations in the U.S. market are planned to open as part of the North American expansion, including new locations in New York and Aspen, alongside featured exhibitions of historical theme and solo exhibitions by emerging artists that will be announced this summer.

Opera Gallery is located in the Miami Design District on the second level of Palm Court, at
140 N.E. 39th Street, Suite 239, Miami, FL; +1 (305) 868-3337.





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