The excitement of meeting Celebrity Artist Romero Britto and seeing his work brought VIP’s, special guests and the press to the Gallery of Music and Art, in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.
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So much for the tortured-artist stereotype.
One look at artist Romero Britto’s work and you know the cliche definitely doesn’t apply to him.
Britto visits Off the Wall Gallery in the Galleria this weekend to share posters, limited-edition prints and sculptures that exude his signature brand of eye-popping happiness.
Romero Britto’s sunny outlook finds its way into all his work
The most famous surrealist painter of them all, Salvador Dali, is having a rare exhibit in Palm Beach through the end of January. Making this exhibit possible is Madame Christine Argillet, whose father Pierre Argillet was Dali’s publisher and collaborator from 1934 to 1973.
Recent media from the Michael Cartellone show at the Wentworth Gallery in Short Hills, New Jersey on January 14 from 5:00-8:00 pm and the King of Prussia gallery on January 15 from 1:00-4:00 pm. Michael Cartellone will make an Artist Appearance at both locations.
Extraordinary etchings and towering tapestries by Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali have taken over Onessimo Fine Art in Palm Beach Gardens.
As a child, she was introduced to famous artists like Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali through her father, Pierre Argillet, legendary publisher of Dada and Surrealist work. Her father and Dali collaborated for over three decades.
Madame Argillet continues that work by curating exhibits from her father’s impressive collection of Dali art to museums and art galleries all over the world. This month, that includes a showing at Onessimo Fine Art gallery in Palm Beach Gardens, the first time Dali’s art has come to the Palm Beaches.
In this interview, Dia Ryan interviews Madame Christine Argillet, daughter of Salvador Dali’s publisher and confidante Pierre Argillet as well as Debra Onessimo, the owner of Onessimo Fine Art , the gorgeous gallery presenting “Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection”.