Park West Gallery is attracting some exciting media attention for its recent partnership with the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA)

Detroit’s ABC affiliate, WXYZ Channel 7, recently covered Park West Gallery and the Park West Foundation’s sponsorship of a groundbreaking new Claude Monet exhibition at the DIA.

The show, “Monet: Framing Life,” will run from October 22, 2017, to March 4, 2018.

“Framing Life” represents both the first-ever Monet exhibit in the DIA’s 134-year history and the first partnership between Park West Gallery and the museum—Park West’s headquarters have been in the metro Detroit area since 1969.

“We are so fortunate to have a world-class museum right in Park West Gallery’s backyard,” says Park West Founder and CEO Albert Scaglione. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with the DIA to bring this remarkable exhibition to the Detroit community.”

The opening of “Framing Life” also coincides with the recent expansion of the Park West Museum, the free-to-the-public
museum located within Park West Gallery’s headquarters in Southfield, Michigan.

Park West Gallery is celebrating their museum’s addition of two new galleries and a redesigned floor plan by hosting “Agam,” a retrospective honoring the career of renowned Israeli artist Yaacov Agam, which runs through the month of October.

Through exhibitions like these, Park West Gallery continues its mission to share artwork from past and present masters—from Monet to Agam—with our local and global communities around the world.

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