Work Team


Montse Aguer Teixidor, Director of the Dalí Museums and the Centre for Dalinian Studies

Laura Bartolomé Roviras, Curator of the Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí


Coordination: Clara Silvestre Colomer, Assistant Curator and Coordinator of the Centre for Dalinian Studies

Research and documentation: Laura Bartolomé Roviras and Clara Silvestre Colomer

Technico-artistic advice: Irene Civil Plans and Josep Mª Guillamet Lloveras

The process of study of the works has involved the collaboration of the team at the Centre for Dalinian Studies: Núria Casals Tutau, Bea Crespo, Fiona Mata Echeverry, Rosa Maria Maurell Constans, Lucia Moni and Carme Ruiz González (and previously Anna Otero Ibáñez and Cuca R. Costa)

Special thanks are due to the interns at the Centre for Dalinian Studies who have supported the documentation tasks: Avelino Lucas Gonçalves de Abreu, Ariadna Arbolí, Maria Carreras Oliva, Andrea Consalvi, Arthur Defond, Louise Nicolas de Lamballerie, François DeTarde, Maria Diletta Dinuzzi, Yvne Dos Reis Faria, Núria García-Arbós i Mata, Eloïse Gentié, Diletta Iacucci, Valia Liaskou, Maralina Moore, Maria Teresa Papa, Hélène Planquelle, Irene Viola Totaro and Aleksandra Szulimowska


Coordination: Cinzia Azzini, Head of Digital Media at the Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí

Conceptualization: Centre for Dalinian Studies and LaMagnética

Graphic design: LaMagnética

Layout and technical development: Antaviana

Database, BackOffice and Webservice: EPI, Estudis i Projectes Informàtics

Technical coordination: LaMagnética

Rights management: Mercedes Aznar Laín

Revision of texts and translation: Subtil (Catalan and Spanish), Marielle Lemarchand (French), Graham Thomson (English)

A special thanks to all of the institutions, museums and private collections and to all of the persons that have contributed to this Catalogue raisonné of Sculpture and Three-dimensional Work by Salvador Dalí by providing information and details about the artist's works.

Salvador Dalí, Babaouo, 1932
© Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, VEGAP, Figueres, 2019