AlexArt International


AlexArt International is a leading contemporary art venue on the West Coast of Florida (USA). It opened in May 2016 and is located at 25 N. Pineapple Ave in Downtown Sarasota, next to the Opera House.


 After only a few seasons, AlexArt International has established itself as a must-see art destination with its variegated and dynamic roster of established contemporary international and American artists and its impressive offerings of exhibitions and private events. AlexArt International is also the only art gallery in the United States to represent Italian artist and pianist Massimo Meda, master of 3D-fluorescent paintings and sculptor of concrete Medablocks and stainless steel design furniture.


 AlexArt International has an in-residence Italia artist, Fabio Dal Boni, who is very much appreciated for his award-winning collection of hyper-colorful fine art photography painted on aluminum and canvas. Together with gallery owner Alexa, they provide art consultation services and assist their clientele in developing a collection that is both a good investment and will be loved for years to come. As a leading contemporary venue, AlexArt International offers its private and public clients multiple options based on in-person gallery consultations, complimentary renderings, site visits, home shows, trial deliveries upon request, artwork installations, professional crating and shipping.


AlexArt International Art Gallery has a spectacular setting with 5-step ceilings soaring up to 16FT and three huge 3-panel arched windows. It offers the perfect setting for private events such as dinners, poetry readings, music concerts, weddings, and corporate events.

The whole gallery shines under more than 300 LED lights and glows at night under black lights that stay on until midnight. Magnificent decor in cement blocks takes the shape of pillars and unique pieces of furniture, while an impressive stainless-steel vault separates the art gallery from the private studio on the back. Every piece is designed by Massimo Meda.

The building was originally constructed in 1948 and for years was home to Morrison’s Cafeteria, which the rock’ n’ roll legend Elvis Presley was believed to frequent. In the early 1970s, it became the Golden Apple Dinner Theater and was run for 40 years until it closed for business. The building remained empty until in 2016 it came back to life as AlexArt International, an influential cultural landmark on the West Coast of Florida.