Dominic Taglialatella's 5th Annual Lecture Series

Dominic Taglialatella invites you as his guest, to the 5th Annual Art Lecture Series at Mar-a-Lago
in Palm Beach. The lectures are from 5:00 to 6:15 on Wednesday nights and seating is extremely limited, so please RSVP to David Ginn at (561) 833-4700 as soon as possible.*
In addition, Mar-a-Lago has offered their dining facility to any of our lecture guests who wish to stay and enjoy their famous Seafood Buffet. To make a reservation and inquire about the menu and cost please call the dining room reservation desk at (561) 822-5072. This is a rare opportunity to dine at Mar-a-Lago. Mar-a-Lago rules require jackets for gentleman and no jeans.

Lecture I – February 8, 2017
Michelangelo, Bernini & Rodin: Three Great Sculptors and Their Lasting Gifts

From the Italian Renaissance through the birth of Modernism. Mr. Taglialatella examines the lives and legacies of three of Europe’s most important artists with a particular emphasis on how these artists shaped the public spaces in some of our favorite travel destinations.


Lecture II – March 8, 2017
The Art World Changes but the Business of Art Stays the Same
Reflecting on his decades in the world of art, Mr. Taglialatella shares some common sense observations and insights on collecting and investing in fine art.


Lecture III – April 5, 2017
Mural Paining from the High Renaissance to the Present
Art in public spaces has been a feature of humanity from time immemorial. Mr. Taglialatella examines some important highlights in the history of mural paining, with a special emphasis on the 20th Century and the contemporary Street Art movement.

*We ask that our guest contribute a minimum suggested tax deductible donation of $25 to the KMT Foundation, payable by credit card in advance. Dominic created this foundation to honor his Mother, who lived to be 100 years old. The Foundation provides tuition support for children of single parent families at the Mt. Carmel Holy-Rosary School in East Harlem, NY. To learn more, please visit The KMT Foundation's website.