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Dali Museum announces Warhol exhibit

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ST PETERSBURG, FL - Andy Warhol's exhibit will come to the Dali Museum in January, representatives with the museum in St. Petersburg said Thursday morning at the museum's cafe.

The museum's executive director Dr. Hank Hine made the announcement at 10:30 a.m. at the Cafe Gala. "Warhol: Art. Fame. Mortality" explores how Warhol learned from  Dali's public visibility, according to the museum's media release.

The exhibit will open  Jan. 18 and will stay through April.

The museum is open for public 363 days a year and offers membership options to its guests that help enhance the museum's experience. You can learn more about the museum at thedali.org

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