Atlanta gallery displays Salvador Dali art

on Thursday,August 05,2010 22:08


The Artist Trifecta Gallery in downtown Atlanta is a small establishment that opened its doors only six months ago. In support of High Arts Day, the yearly benefit presented by the Art Partners of the High Museum, a private collector decided to move their rare collection of Salvador Dali, Rembrandt and Goya pieces from New York to the tiny gallery in Atlanta. The collector had been so moved by the enthusiasm of Amanda Brown, the Artist Trifecta's director, that they had the pieces moved to the South within three days of their speaking.

In order to promote the famous art, the gallery will be hosting a variety of events surrounding the exhibit. This includes Dinner with Dali, which will be a party prepared by a local celebrity chef in the center of the display. Another event called Dali Dialogues will give admirers of the artist an opportunity to speak with a historian about his life and work.

The full collection on display at the gallery includes Salvador Dali pieces such as Argus, Cosmic Rays, St. George and the Dragon, as well as Grasshopper Boy. Rembrandt’s Man Drawing From a Cast, and Goya’s Plate 50 from the 80-piece series, Los Caprichos, are on display and available for sale as well.

Independent galleries can provide excellent opportunities to see works from up-and-coming artists, as well as some of the most famous paintings in the world.

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