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Art: Best bets


© St. Petersburg Times, published June 7, 2001

Art critic Mary Ann Marger's recommendations for this weekend. Please refer to the Art Calendar for details.

Art Walk

Downtown St. Petersburg's monthly gallery walk, 5:30-9 p.m. Sat., 18 galleries, many on Central Avenue. Call (727) 894-2111 or (727) 895-1166 for more information.

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Venus de Milo in Twentieth Century Art -- The armless icon, as she appears in fine art and popular culture, gets full treatment at the Salvador Dali Museum.

Downtown St. Petersburg Gallery Walk -- Downtown venues, including Arts Center and Florida Craftsmen, open their doors for monthly event Saturday.

Contemporary Art from Cuba -- The complexities of life in Cuba are explored by 16 Cuban artists at the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum. Opens Friday; lecture, 7 p.m.

Landscape/Land Use -- Six contemporary artists reveal influence of social history and natural forces on the landscape at Tampa Museum of Art.

Bak, Terwilliger -- Two powerful one-person shows at the Florida Holocaust Museum join the permanent installation to say, "Never forget."

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