Dalí x Yorkville Village, Toronto

The art and fashion exhibition Dalí x Yorkville Village opened September 7th in Toronto. The exhibit is the first of its kind in Canada and shines the spotlight on the connection that...

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Cap De Creus, Catalonia

In 1930, Dalí bought an old fisherman’s hut in Port Lligat, he wanted only one thing, to transform it into house for himself and Gala, his Russian wife. ‘We won’t have flowers, or dogs, only the...

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Schiaparelli and Dalí; An Artistic Collaboration

One of history’s most influential couturiers, Elsa Schiaparelli, collaborated with Dalí during the 1930s and 40’s. Linked with the Surrealists in Paris during the 1930s, they shared a sense of...

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Dalí's Les Diners de Gala

Dalí first published his enigmatic cookbook ‘ Les Diners de Gala’  in 1973, the reprint published in 2016 became a bestseller. Featuring images by Dalí and 136 outlandish recipes depicting...

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Dalí’s exhumation takes place in Figueres

Twenty eight years since his death in 1989, Dalí has been exhumed from the crypt he designed himself, in his hometown of Figueres, Catalonia.  The heavy marble slab that weighs one and a half tons...

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Dalí sculpture exhibition in Kungshamn (Sweden)

This summer, a small coastal community in Sweden is the wonderful, and somewhat Surreal, location of a Salvador Dalí sculpture exhibition. Large Salvador Dalí sculptures have been positioned as...

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Sculpture Park in Italy visited by Dalí

In 1938, Salvador Dalí visited the Parco dei Mostri di Bomarzo, also named the Garden of Bomarzo or ‘Sacro Bosco’, located in the province of Viterbo, in northern Lazio, Italy.

The park is...

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Dalí Sculptures in Vico Morcote, Switzerland

In Vico Morcote, a small community on the shores of Lake Lugano in Switzerland, Dalí bronze sculptures are being exhibited through the summer. In a joint collaboration between the Comune of Vico...

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Espace Dalí in Paris Hosts Important Visitors

During Spring this year, Espace Dalí, Paris’s only museum dedicated to Dalí, welcomed some important visitors. One was Mr Wu Weishan, director of the National Art Museum of China (NAMOC), in...

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Dalí sculpture in the film ‘Love off the Cuff’

Many films feature artworks from famous artists, now a recently released Chinese film has a scene featuring a sculpture from the Spanish artist Salvador Dalí.

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Dalí’s Christ of St John on the Cross

One of Dalí s most famous paintings is Christ of St John on the Cross. (1951) Considered his finest religious painting, it now hangs in Scotland’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery, in Glasgow’s...

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Salvador Dalí and Leonardo Da Vinci

Salvador Dalí was inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci, 500 years his predecessor. Born five centuries apart, these two artistic giants shared many aspects of genius.

Da Vinci was a painter,...

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Dalí Dance of Time I sculpture in Vancouver

Dalí sculpture has arrived in the centre of downtown Vancouver. Last week saw the unveiling of the Dance of Time I sculpture at Chali Rosso gallery, Vancouver’s largest art gallery of...

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A Surrealist Banquet TEFAF New York

Di Donna Galleries in New York will present ‘A Surrealist Banquet’  for the spring edition of TEFAF at  the Park Avenue Armoury from May 4th- 8th. The installation, curated by Di Donna Galleries,...

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Miss Dalí - Coming Soon

Dalí continues to inspire and energise the artistic scene; a new film about the artists’ life, more specifically his relationship  with his sister, is due for release later in 2017.

The new...

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