Henry Miller Festival in Paris
I found out Henry Miller was an author when I first saw a copy of his “Tropic of Cancer” on my father’s workbench in the garage. When I walked into dorothy’s gallery to buy concert tickets to Gabriela Arnon‘s concert, I found out Henry Miller was also a painter, artist and photographer. Dorothy shows periodically hundreds of his works on loan to her from Miller’s son. This is a rare opportunity to have a glimpse into this other sphere of Henry Miller. It is all part of the “Henry Miller Festival: Aller Retour”. This year, 2014, marks the eightieth anniversary of Tropic of Cancer’s publication.
Dorothy’s gallery, American Center for the Arts, in collaboration with the Henry Miller Memorial Library in big Sur California, Shakespeare and Company and Mary Duncan are inviting you to the celebration.
From May 4 to May 11 the Henry Miller Memorial Library’s representatives, Mike Scutari and Magnus Toren from Big Sur will be in Paris. The Henry Miller festival will be lodged at Shakespeare and Company with a full schedule of events. Henry Miller Festival “Aller Retour” Paris Schedule: May 4 thru May 11 every day and every evening, readings, music, conferences, dinner, etc.
From May 6 to May 10, Henry Miller Festival events at dorothy’s gallery, American center for the arts, will be showing the paintings of Henry Miller, originals from 1949 and lithographs, signed and dated by Henry Miller. The gallery has an amazing stock of photographs, drawings and manuscripts covering Henry Miller’s life and loves lent by Mary Duncan.
Visitors will be warmly welcomed, can have a drink and view on a large screen “The Odyssey of Henry Miller”, a film by Academy Award winner, Robert Snyder, during the gallery’s open times, 1 pm to 7 pm.
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May 7 (7 pm to 9 pm), dorothy’s gallery, American Center for the Arts is proposing a special program of talks, concert and a reception. Please let your friends and family and all your contacts know about this event.
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