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Robert De Niro Sr.'s painting "Flowers in a Blue Vase" (1966, oil on canvas, 28'' x 36''), one of the paintings by the artist (and father of actor Robert De Niro) that will be on display at the Julie Nester Gallery in Park City, Jan. 16-26. (Copyright: Estate of Robert De Niro Sr.) Robert De Niro Sr. | Courtesy DC Moore Gallery, New York, ARSNY
Julie Nester, Gallery MAR and Park City Fine Art plan exhibits during Sundance Film Festival
Visual arts » Works by De Niro Sr., Ringholz and Mack will be on exhibition.
First Published Jan 18 2014 04:56 pm • Last Updated Jan 20 2014 12:14 pm

When the Sundance Film Festival comes to Park City, many of the local art galleries rent out their spaces and either leave town or enjoy a 10-day staycation.

A few choose to remain open and are embracing the festivities now under way with extra events or exhibits of their own.

At a glance

Galleries at Redstone have plans for film-festival week

While many people know about the many art galleries in and around Park City’s Old Town, some may not know about two premier galleries — Hoffman Fine Art and McMillen Fine Art Photography — next door to each other at the Redstone Center at Kimball Junction.

The Redstone Center is also home to the Redstone Cinemas, one of the main venues for the Sundance Film Festival.

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