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Membership Reception: Photographer Lee Miller

29 Apr
Wednesday
7pm - 9:30pm

Membership Reception: Photographer Lee Miller

Wednesday, Apr. 29, 7–9:30pm

Membership Reception: Photographer Lee Miller 
Members are invited to celebrate the opening of our very special exhibit, The Woman Who Broke Boundaries: Photographer Lee Miller. Join us at the Museum to delight in an assortment of desserts and raise a glass to toast the new exhibit.

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Time: 7-9:30pm
Cost: Free for members (Scholar and Individual Members receive one complimentary ticket; Dual and above members receive one complimentary ticket for each person on the membership); $10 for a guest ticket (due to space, we are limited to one paid guest per membership for this event).
Parking: Free for members, as available in The Dalí lot; paid street parking and parking garages are available throughout downtown.

About the Exhibition
Sweeping in scope and intimate in focus, The Woman Who Broke Boundaries: Photographer Lee Miller surveys the work of photographer Lee Miller (1907-1977), who is known for her fascinating personal life and remarkably incisive portraiture and photojournalism. Organized by The Dalí Museum and on view exclusively in St. Petersburg, the exhibition features more than 130 images by the groundbreaking female photographer, an eyewitness to some of the most extraordinary moments of the 20th century, and confidante of many influential artists. Works in this exhibit are on loan from Lee Miller Archives, East Sussex, England, www.LeeMiller.co.uk. Top image, detail of “Salvador Dalí and Gala” c.1930 © Lee Miller Archives England 2020. All rights reserved.

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If someday I may die, though it is unlikely, I hope the people in the cafés will say, ‘Dalí has died, but not entirely.’ – Salvador Dalí