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  • Exhibition on sculpture in Púbol Castle

    Púbol, 23 March 2015

    The Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí opened the temporary exhibition at Púbol Castle last 23 March. This year it's dedicated to the sculpture of Salvador Dalí and is entitled Retrospective bust of a woman. It will be open to the public from 24 March until 6 January 2016. This is the first time that the Dalí Foundation has organised an exhibition dedicated to sculpture.

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  • A Dalí Tour in Paris

    Paris, 10th March, 2015

    The Cervantes Institute in Paris launched the Dalí Tour in Paris. The author of its contents is Montse Aguer, director of the Center for Dalinian Studies at the Dalí Foundation. The tour can be found here.

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  • The Dalí Theatre-Museum exhibits works inspired by Velázquez

    Figueres, 23rd February 2015

    The Fundació Dalí presented the remodelled Loggias Room of the Dalí Theatre-Museum. One of the refurbished rooms is dedicated to a temporary exhibition of works by Dalí inspired by Velázquez. Both architecturally and for exhibition purposes this refurbishment has upgraded the spaces included on the route normally taken around the Dalí Theatre-Museum.

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  • Opening of the Salvador Dalí House of Portlligat

    12th february 2015

    On 12 th february 2015 Salvador Dalí House in Portlligat opens its doors.

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  • The Dalí museums' visitors in 2014.

    Figueres, 8th of January 2015

    The Dalí Foundation reported that in 2014 the Dalí museums had received a total of 1.535.070 visitors.

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  • Dalí exhibition in Brazil closes with 1.5 milion visitors

    Sao Paulo, 11 January 2015

    Last 11th January, a large retrospective on Salvador Dalí closed in Brazil with 1.5 milion visitors. It could be seen from May to September at the Banco do Brasil in Rio de Janeiro, where it received 978,000 visitors and at the Instituto Tomie Ohtake in Sao Paulo, from October to January 2015, where 530,000 people paid it a visit. It was the largest exhibition on Dalí in Latin America ever and...

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  • Girl at a window exhibited to celebrate 40 years of the Theatre-Museum

    Figueres, 25 September 2014

    Today at 11 a.m. in the Drawings Room of the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres the Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí presented the temporary loan of one of Salvador Dalí's most emblematic works: Girl at a window, from 1925. The painting has been loaned by the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid for three months as part of an exchange between the two institutions. The Dalí Foundation has, in turn,...

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  • AVICOM first prize for ‘Dalí-Pitxot’ documentary

    Moscow, 20 September 2014

    The Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí has been awarded the Gold prize presented by AVICOM (the International Committee for Audiovisual and New Technologies of Image and Sound of the International Council of Museums) for its documentary Dalí-Pitxot. The allegory of memory, in the long documentary category. The prize was collected by the foundation's managing director, Joan Manuel Sevillano...

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  • The Dalí Theatre-Museum celebrates its 40th anniversary

    Figueres, 28th September 2014

    The Dali Foundation presented the main event of the 40th anniversary celebration. It will take place the night of 28th September. From 10 p.m. until one in the morning, the museum will reopen its doors but this time for free. The tour will be screening an audiovisual project entitled Dalí Theatre-Museum. A theatrical dream. It will consist of an audiovisual shown in six different areas with a...

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  • Exhibition of Pitxot works in Cadaqués

    Cadaqués, August 2014

    The director of the Dalí Theatre-Museum, the painter Antoni Pitxot, has a temporary exhibition in Cadaqués, at Iturria Gallery. The show's title is "Un delirio ultralocal" and can be seen until 4th September. It opened on 17th August and contains oil paintings and drawings from 1994 to the present day.

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