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Digitally Wander the Halls of Park West Museum with Virtual Museum Tour

The Park West Museum is located right outside of Detroit, Michigan… but with our brand-new virtual tour, you can visit the museum’s world-class exhibitions without leaving your home! [...]

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Behind the Scenes at a Special Collectors Visit to the Park West Museum

In 2021, Park West Gallery began ramping up our live event schedule to bring back something our collectors had been missing since March of 2020—interacting with each other, our auctioneers, and [...]

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Michigan’s Park West Museum Re-Opens with New Art & Renovations

Now that Michigan has lifted many of its restrictions around indoor gatherings, art lovers in the metro Detroit area will have the opportunity to explore an exciting selection of new and expanded [...]

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Pablo Picasso and Marcel Mouly Return Home from Nebraska’s El Museo Latino

The works of famed artists Pablo Picasso and Marcel Mouly were showcased at El Museo Latino in Omaha, Nebraska for a limited engagement in the summer of 2020. The exhibition, “Picasso: Master in [...]

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Take a Visual Tour of Park West Museum in Southfield, Michigan

Over 50 years ago, Park West Gallery was founded on the belief that art should be accessible to everyone. That’s one of the core missions of the Park West Museum, the company’s [...]

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Park West Toulouse-Lautrec Lithograph on Display at London Museum

It’s hard to think of an artist more closely associated with the Parisian nightlife than Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. His iconic posters for the Moulin Rouge nightclub in Paris’ [...]

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Salvador Dalí’s Stairway to Heaven Wows at Arkansas’ Bradbury Art Museum

Thirty years after his passing, Salvador Dalí is still thrilling audiences all over the world. The Park West Foundation’s traveling museum exhibition, “Salvador Dalí’s Stairway to Heaven,” is [...]

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Explore the Astonishing Sketchbooks of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is one of the legendary artists of 19th-century Paris, famous for traversing the nightspots of the city’s Montmartre district, always with a sketchbook in hand. He was a [...]

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A Closer Look at Francisco Goya’s ‘Disasters of War’ (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

  Haunting, macabre, and poignant, the series of 82 etchings by Spanish artist Francisco Goya known as “The Disasters of War” is a powerful reminder of the inhumane consequences of warfare. [...]

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Park West Presents a Look at Peter Max’s Artistic Legacy

Need some inspiration? Why not take a cosmic and colorful trip through time with the art of Pop artist Peter Max? Park West Museum is currently featuring one of the largest Max collections on [...]

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