Daliel's Gallery
daliel's Gallery (stylized with a lowercase 'd', and sometimes just 'daliel' ) was a display and performance space in the San Francisco Bay Area in the U.S. state of California in the 1940s and 1950s. George Leite opened daliel's at 2466 Telegraph Avenue between Dwight and Haste Streets in Berkeley, as a combination bookstore and art gallery in 1945, naming both after a half-brother in Portugal he had never met, Dalael Leite. daliel's Bookstore was also the home of Circle Magazine and Circle Editions. Artists featured in the gallery included painters, sculptors and printmakers, as well as jewellers, musicians, and modern dancers. One show in 1950 was by a group of nuns from Oregon who had been taught in a summer class at their college by Jean Varda.
Daliel's Gallery
daliel's Gallery (stylized with a lowercase 'd', and sometimes just 'daliel' ) was a display and performance space in the San Francisco Bay Area in the U.S. state of California in the 1940s and 1950s. George Leite opened daliel's at 2466 Telegraph Avenue between Dwight and Haste Streets in Berkeley, as a combination bookstore and art gallery in 1945, naming both after a half-brother in Portugal he had never met, Dalael Leite. daliel's Bookstore was also the home of Circle Magazine and Circle Editions. Artists featured in the gallery included painters, sculptors and printmakers, as well as jewellers, musicians, and modern dancers. One show in 1950 was by a group of nuns from Oregon who had been taught in a summer class at their college by Jean Varda.