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Meadows Museum presents "Building on the Boulevard: Celebrating 20 Years in the Meadows Museum's New Home" opening day

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Photo by Dimitris Skliris

"Building on the Boulevard: Celebrating 20 Years in the Meadows Museum's New Home" is a tribute to the achievements made possible by the vital structure. The exhibition will feature architectural drawings and renderings as well as commemorative installations and materials celebrating the impressive international loan exhibitions, innovations in educational programming, and other significant milestones for the museum.

The permanent collection of Spanish masterpieces will be newly reinstalled and feature highlights from the 250 exceptional works the Meadows has acquired over the last two decades, including Goya’s Visions, 1819–23, Fortuny’s Beach at Portici, 1874, Dali’s The Fish Man, 1930, and the earliest work in the collection, Pere Vall’s Saint Benedict and Onophrius, 1410.

The exhibition will remain on display through June 20.

"Building on the Boulevard: Celebrating 20 Years in the Meadows Museum's New Home" is a tribute to the achievements made possible by the vital structure. The exhibition will feature architectural drawings and renderings as well as commemorative installations and materials celebrating the impressive international loan exhibitions, innovations in educational programming, and other significant milestones for the museum.

The permanent collection of Spanish masterpieces will be newly reinstalled and feature highlights from the 250 exceptional works the Meadows has acquired over the last two decades, including Goya’s Visions, 1819–23, Fortuny’s Beach at Portici, 1874, Dali’s The Fish Man, 1930, and the earliest work in the collection, Pere Vall’s Saint Benedict and Onophrius, 1410.

The exhibition will remain on display through June 20.

"Building on the Boulevard: Celebrating 20 Years in the Meadows Museum's New Home" is a tribute to the achievements made possible by the vital structure. The exhibition will feature architectural drawings and renderings as well as commemorative installations and materials celebrating the impressive international loan exhibitions, innovations in educational programming, and other significant milestones for the museum.

The permanent collection of Spanish masterpieces will be newly reinstalled and feature highlights from the 250 exceptional works the Meadows has acquired over the last two decades, including Goya’s Visions, 1819–23, Fortuny’s Beach at Portici, 1874, Dali’s The Fish Man, 1930, and the earliest work in the collection, Pere Vall’s Saint Benedict and Onophrius, 1410.

The exhibition will remain on display through June 20.

WHEN

WHERE

Meadows Museum
5900 Bishop Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75205
https://meadowsmuseumdallas.org/

TICKET INFO

Free-$12
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