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Peter Max: The Retrospective 1960-2019

March 15 - March 16

A newly-curated collection by artist legend, Peter Max’s exquisite paintings will be on exhibition and available for acquisition in a limited engagement presentation at DeRubeis Fine Art of Metal, Scottsdale’s premier fine art gallery. The exhibition opens with previews on Thursday, March 14, 2019, and runs through Saturday March 16. Three not-to-be-missed Gallery receptions for the public have been announced: Friday, March 15 from 6-8pm and Saturday, March 16 from 1-3pm and 6-8pm. All artworks are on exhibition and available for acquisition.

All events are complimentary and open to the public however RSVP’s are required: 480-941-6033 or phillip@fineartofmetal.com. Visit www.derubeisfineartscottsdale.com/ for more info.

Details

Start:
March 15
End:
March 16
Website:
www.derubeisfineartscottsdale.com

Venue

DeRubeis Fine Art of Metal
7171 East Main Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85251 United States
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