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  • Salvador Dalí

    Tokyo, 13th September 2016

    Tokyo, 13th September 2016. The Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí is pleased to announce that the temporary exhibition which was seen in Kyoto (Japan), from 1st July until 4th September celebrated today its official opening at the National Art Centre in Tokyo. It will be on show until next 12th December. This project became true thanks to the enthusiasm of Yomiuri Shimbun who takes part in the...

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  • Dreams, night walks and experiences

    Dalí Theatre-Museum, Figueres

    A new temporary exhibition was inaugurated at the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres entitled Of Dreams, Night Walks and Experiences. There are 23 works on display: 18 wash drawings and five drawings with a common theme: the period in which Salvador Dalí lived in Madrid, between 1922 and 1926. Among these pieces is the latest work acquired by the Foundation, Salvador Dalí and Maruja Mallo at the...

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  • Dalí. Il sogno del classico

    Pisa, from 01/10/2017 to 19/02/2017

    Temporary exhibition at Palazzo Blu, in Pisa, Italy. It is devoted to the influence of Italian Classicism on Dalí's work. The show focuses on the importance of Italy and Renaissance in Dalí's work. It includes 149 artworks which comprise from 1945 until 1982: 145 works come from the Dalí Foundation, 3 from the Salvador Dalí Museum in Saint Petersburg (Florida) and 1 from the...

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  • Dalí, Shakespeare, Visconti

    Gal Dalí Castle in Púbol

    The temporary exhibition at Púbol is dedicated to Salvador Dalí's involvement in the theatre production of Shakespeare's As you like it directed by Luchino Visconti at the Teatro Eliseo in Rome in 1948.

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  • Retrospective bust of a woman

    Púbol, 24th march 2015

    This year's temporary exhibition in Púbol is dedicated to the sculpture of Salvador Dalí and is entitled Retrospective bust of a woman. It will be open to the public from the 24th March 2015 until 10 January 2016. This is the first time that the Dalí Foundation has organised an exhibition dedicated to sculpture.

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  • What’s new? Velázquez. Temporary exhibition in the Loggias Room of the Dalí Theatre-Museum.

    Figueres, 23rd February 2015

    The Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí has presented the remodelled Loggias Room of the Dalí Theatre-Museum. Both architecturally and for exhibition purposes this refurbishment has upgraded the spaces included on the route normally taken around the Dalí Theatre-Museum. Since 1988, the Loggias Room has been assigned to exhibiting Salvador Dalí's later work. From the nineteen-sixties onwards,...

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  • Media Dalí

    Shanghai, from 04/11/2015 to 15/02/2016

    The show Media Dalí consists of 250 pieces: 12 paintings and 2 original drawings by Salvador Dalí, 205 magazines, period newspapers and advertisements, and 30 objects coming from the artist's workshop. It will be on show until 15 February 2016.

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  • Salvador Dalí

    Rio de Janeiro, from 29/05/2014 at 29/09/2014

    The Salvador Dalí exhibition is the largest anthological exhibition of the artist's work ever held in the country. It includes a total amount of 220 pieces: 164 works of art and 56 documents.

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  • Dalí-Pitxot. The Allegory of Memory

    The temporary exhibition held this year of 2014 at the Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol is dedicated to the Director of the Dalí Theatre-Museum of Figueres, Antoni Pitxot, under the title Stage Environment.

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  • Temporary loanGirl at a window

    Figueres, 25 September 2014

    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, loaned the Reina Sofía Museum another portrait of Anna Maria, entitled Portrait of my sister, painted in the same year.

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