Dali Receptions at Milan Gallery

Looking for something interesting to do this weekend? You may want to visit Milan Gallery to attend one of its two receptions related to Salvador Dali and the Argiller Collection. Expect a crowd. The current exhibit that opened February 19 is getting great reviews.

This collection of Salvador Dali’s work shows rare original etchings, watercolors, and aubusson tapestries from several series. These series include “The Songs of Maldoror”, “Mythologie”, “Surrealistic Bullfight”, “Secret Poems By Apollinaire”, “Poems by Mao Zedong”,”Les Amours De Cassandre”, and “Faust”. He was a fascinating man with some equally fascinating works.

Burning Giraffe tapestry by Salvador Dali

The exhibition is a rare opportunity to meet Madame Christine Argillet, daughter of Dali’s legendary publisher and confidante Pierre Argillet, during two scheduled special appearances by Madame Argillet for the public. I’m sure she has some fascinating stories to share about her father and Dali. Be there tonight, Friday, February 26, 7 – 9:00 pm or Saturday, February 27, 7- 9:00 pm.

Milan Gallery of Fort Worth Presents Salvador Dali: The Argillet ...

All appearances are complimentary to the public. Yes, each is free. Refreshments are usually served, and RSVP’s are required. Please RSVP today to let them know you’ll be there Friday or Saturday. To RSVP email art@milangallery.com or call 817-338-4278.

Milan Gallery, 505 Houston Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102, in downtown Fort Worth is a block off Sundance Square. The Gallery is open M -TH. 10 – 7pm | Fri -Sat. 10 – 9pm | Sun. 12 – 5pm. Parking is free on the streets after 6:00 PM and on the weekend.

Annie Ambles to the Dali collection at Milan Gallery

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