Sarah Gavlak relocated her eponymous art gallery at Palm Beach’s Royal Poinciana Plaza across the courtyard next to Honor Bar. Chicago artist Candida Alvarez’s solo show, “De Colores,” christens the space through December 21. New abstract works with vibrant color fields explore interior and exterior landscapes of the self, history and place.
340 Royal Poinciana Way; 561.833.0583; gavlakgallery.com
Palm Beach Proud
First the new Norton Museum of Art launched, and now the Kravis Center staged its big reveal on November 3. The $40 million renovation added a parking garage, plaza with access to Okeechobee Boulevard and more square footage to the lobby. It’s another great reason to attend Miami City Ballet’s Program One this weekend.
701 Okeechobee Boulevard; 561.832.7469; kravis.org
Echo Palm Beach, the Breakers’ offsite restaurant for pan-Asian cuisine, reopened on November 1 after a grand makeover. Serving dinner nightly, the spot is just as popular with locals as hotel guests. Its refreshing menu covers all the standards: seaweed salad, sashimi, Korean bulgogi, shumai, bao buns, Vietnamese pho, lo mein and Peking duck.
230A Sunrise Avenue; 855.435.0061; thebreakers.com
Fans of Japanese film and design buffs are over the moon about Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens’ new exhibit through April 3, 2020. It’s the only U.S. stop for “Anime Architecture,” a behind-the-scenes look at some of Japan’s most iconic animated science fiction movies. Follow the production of these imaginary worlds including “Ghost in the Shell.”
4000 Morikami Park Road; 561.495.0233; morikami.org