Beniamino Levi and Pope
Dalí and his Saint George and the Dragon sculpture
2017/04/18

Around 40 years ago in 1979, New York’s Guggenheim museum presented Dalí’s first hyper-stereoscopic artworks for exhibit. In the same year in May, Dalí was elected as a member of the Académie...

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Salvador Dali grandmother
Dalí: Early Years
2017/03/14

Dalí  is perhaps best known for work created in his later years, but it is his early years that formed him and his artistic persuasions. He was not only a painter, but also a writer, poet,...

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Jane Fonda Andy Warhol
Beniamino Levi; My Meeting with Warhol.
2017/02/21

Born in 1928, Beniamino Levi is an art dealer, curator, collector, art connoisseur, owner of one of the largest collections of Dalí Sculpture currently part of the Dalí...

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Federico García Lorca
Dalí and his Spanish Influencers
2017/02/10

Dalí was influenced by many artists and cultural figures during his prolific career, one of who was Federico Garcia Lorca.  It was eighty years ago in 1937, that Lorca was...

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Dalí’s Sister’s Portrait
Dalí ’s Sister’s Portrait in auction at Bonhams
2017/02/02

Bonham’s  (www.bonhams.com)  Impressionist and Modern sale on the 2nd of March will have as its highlight a portrait of Dalí’s sister, painted in 1925.  ...

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Dali's last painting
Anniversary of Salvador Dalí’s death
2017/01/24

On the 23rd of January 1989, Dalí was laid to rest in the crypt at the Dalí Museum-Theatre in Figueras, at eighty-five years of age.  According to the Descharnes catalogue raisonee, ‘ The Hard and...

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lobster
Lobster telephone in Auction
2017/01/20

In December 2016, the iconic white Lobster Telephone, created in 1936 was auctioned at Christies in London. The £150,000-£250,000 estimate was a conservative reminder that Salvador Dalí artworks...

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Dalí and Advertising
2016/11/28

Dalí was fascinated with the commercial, and advertising was just one of the areas of the media he tapped into. The master of Surrealism was a shrewd businessman, he knew his image worked, he...

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Spellbound Dali
Dalí and the Theatre
2016/11/11

Dalí was fascinated with fantasy, costumes, jewelry, Hollywood and the stage. His illustrations and artworks linked to the world of theatre and musicals are numerous. Dalí worked on ballets,...

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Joann Sfar, Salvador Dalí, One Second Before Awakening
Joann Sfar, Salvador Dalí, One Second Before Awakening
2016/11/04

Inaugurated in 1991, under the sponsorship of the former president of France Jacques Chirac, Espace Dalí  houses Paris’s only permanent exhibition devoted to Salvador Dalí; more specifically to...

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Dalí Experience Bologna
DALÌ EXPERIENCE
2016/10/11

The Dalí Experience is not only an exhibition but a culturally innovative experience, immersing the visitor in the world of  Dalí.  Opening in Bologna on November 25th,  the...

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Dali Sculpture exhibition Seoul
Dalí Sculpture at Exhibition in Seoul
2016/09/22

Salvador Dalí artworks along with Chagall and Buffet are now on display in Korea at the Hangaram Museum at Seoul Arts Center. This innovative exhibition features over one...

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Dalí, Materie Dialoganti
Dalí, Materie Dialoganti
2016/07/07

The 45th anthological exhibition in Acquiterme opening in July 2016, will present a series of Dalí artworks, which were created using varied materials and techniques.

As with all the great...

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Dalí in Beverly Hills, Rodeo Drive
Dalí on the Drive
2016/06/23

This summer Los Angeles is hosting twelve iconic Dalí bronze sculptures on Two Rodeo Drive, an exclusive upmarket shopping area located just off Rodeo Drive, in Beverly Hills, California. The...

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Dali exhibition Mexico
‘Dalí Obsesiones’
2016/06/16

Mexico City's Soumaya Museum has opened a new exhibition, "Dalí – Obsessions" featuring sculptures, paintings and drawings that reflect Dalí’s passion for surrealism and interest in psychoanalysis...

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