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4 summer exhibitions with Park West artists

 In Art & Gallery News, Art News Links, Artists & Special Collections, Destino, Dominic Pangborn, Exhibits, Marcus Glenn, Marko Mavrovich, Pablo Picasso, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Salvador Dali, Tim Yanke

Now that summer vacations are officially here, it’s a perfect time to soak up some sun as well as some culture by exploring the art of old masters and contemporary artists.

To help you get started, we’ve selected a variety of exhibitions around the U.S. to whet your appetite for art. Three of the shows feature art where Park West has been a dealer for the works of the artists, while the fourth celebrates the art of Detroit at Park West Gallery’s Southfield location.

 

Discovering the Impressionists: Paul Durand-Ruel and the New Painting – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“Louis Valtat (Delteil; Stella 38)” (1919) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Park West Gallery Collection.

“Louis Valtat” (1919) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir.

Philadelphia Museum of Art
Dates: June 24 – September 13
Admission: $25, $23 for seniors, $20 for students and youth, $12 ages 5-12.

Parisian art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel inherited a gallery founded by his parents, and along the way, discovered a group of artists that would become the Impressionists. The exhibition explores how Durand-Ruel secured a place for Impressionism in art history, and features works from artists such as Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet and Camille Pissarro.

The exhibition is a reminder of the setbacks and breakthroughs experienced by these artists, many of whom have inspired contemporary artists such as Marko Mavrovich.

 

Detroit’s Finest – Southfield, Michigan

Detroit Park West Gallery

Examples of artwork from the “Detroit’s Finest” artists. From left: Marcus Glenn, Tim Yanke, Dominic Pangborn.

Park West Gallery
Dates: June 28 – August 9
Admission: Free

Park West Gallery is bringing the heart and soul of the Motor City’s art scene into the spotlight with a three-part exhibition featuring Detroit artists.

From June 28 to July 12, see the figurative abstract “Flat Life” art of Marcus Glenn. The show then switches to the “Neo-West” abstract expressionism of Tim Yanke from July 12 to July 28. The series finishes with the evolutionary art of Dominic Pangborn, whose works blend eastern and western philosophies.

Each artist will present unique works as well as giclees, all of which are available to collect.

 

Disney and Dali: Architects of the Imagination – San Francisco, California; St. Petersburg, Florida

Destino Park West Gallery

“Destino #74”

Walt Disney Family Museum/Dali Museum
Dates: July 10 – June 2016
Admission: Disney – $20, $15 for students and seniors; Dali – $24, $22 for seniors, $17 for teens, $10 ages 6-12.

Believe it or not, Walt Disney and Surrealist Salvador Dali were not only friends, but worked on a short film together named “Destino.” The Walt Disney Family Museum and Dali Museum are teaming up to explore this partnership with an exhibit featuring “Destino” storyboards, letters, voice recordings and rarely-seen artwork. The exhibition will move to the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida, in January 2016 where it will remain until June 2016.

Park West Gallery proudly offers “Destino” artwork. Contact our sales department for more information.

 

Picasso: Creatures and Creativity – Las Vegas, Nevada

Park West Gallery exhibition

“Homme avec Deux Femmes Nues” by Pablo Picasso.

Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
Dates: July 3 – January 10, 2016
Admission: $19, $16 for residents and seniors

When you think of Las Vegas, art may not be the first thing that comes to mind. However, the Fine Art Gallery at the Bellagio is a premier venue that will present more than 45 works by Pablo Picasso. The exhibition showcases paintings, linocuts and lithographs the artist created from the 1930s to the 1970s, showing his artistic evolution in a span of four decades.

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  • Keith Merkle
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    I had the pleasure of seeing “Destino” when my wife and I was on the NCL EPIC in 2012. It was a great short film and I am very happy that it got to be finished. I was wondering if there is any copies for sale of the film??

  • Jessica Wakefield
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    Thanks for sharing these events. I am interested.

  • Margaret mead
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    What is address of markus studio in California.would like to send him a personal letter of appreciation of his art. Thank you

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