3109 Carlisle Street
Dallas, TX 75204
Dorothy Masterson, Executive Director
W. D. Masterson, Founder and Chairman of the Board
Shelley Goodman, Director and Historian
Founded in 1946 by Carmelo Arden Quin, this intellectual art movement encompasses a complex yet entertaining spirit of joie de vivre and innovation through use of geometric forms: circles, stripes, waves, spheres, spirals, lozenges, arcs and meanders. The MADI philosophy is demonstrated through drawings, paintings, sculptures, architecture, theater, music, poetry, dance, novels and stories. See the enclosed overview on MADI art for more detail.
The mission of The MADI Museum and Gallery is to delight, inspire, educate and communicate through the collection, preservation, exhibition and interpretation of unique and memorable MADI art from around the world.
Carmelo Arden Quin, Rivera, Uruguay and Paris, France
Volf Roitman, Montevideo, Uruguay and Florida, USA
Eva Maria Banyasz, Budapest, Hungary
Martin Blaszko, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Saverio Cecere , Venezuela and Solofra, Avellino, Italy
Reale F. Frangi, Milan, Italy
Octavio Herrera, Campo Carabobo, Venezuela and Paris, France
Mitsuoko Mori, France and Japan
Roger Neyrat, Paris, France
- MADI Workshops
- Artist Receptions
- MADI Concerts
- Gallery Talks
- Group Events
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