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Púbol, 19 March – 1 November 2003
A display of the painter's different facets as a graphic artist: from book covers to posters or typographic experiments.
Atenes, from 23/10/2002 to 23/01/2003
An anthological exhibition integrated by a selection of works created by Dalí between 1920 and 1983, including thirty oil paintings and the sculpture Retrospective bust of a Woman, from the collections of the Foundation and of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid. The inauguration took place at the Cycladic Art Museum of Athens.
Púbol, from March 15 to 1 November, 2002
The Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation proudly presents at the Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol the exhibition Dalí and Gaudí. The Revolution of the Originality Sentiment, which will be among the exhibitions featured in the Gaudí International Year 2002.
Miami, 14/03/2002 - 30/06/2002
This exhibition, already displayed in Figueres, travelled to the United States, where it was viewed from 14 March to 30 June 2002 at the Miami Museum of Contemporary Art (*MoCA). The exhibition recreated the surrealist pavilion that Dalí designed for the New York's World's Fair held in June of the 1939, and examined the impact of Dalí's creation on the acceptance of surrealism on...
Púbol, 15 March - 1 November, 2001
Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol is presenting in its exhibition room a new selection of photographs, this time under the title The Performing Arts World and Salvador Dalí, which can be visited up to 1 November 2001.
Púbol, up to 1 November 2000
Salvador Dalí: Images of a creator is the new exhibition of photographs which can be seen at the Gala Dalí Castle Museum-House in Púbol up to 1 November 2000.
Figueres, La Coruña, 20 December 1999 - 28 February 2000
In June 1939 Salvador Dalí designed a pavilion for the New York World's Fair built by the architect Ian Woodner. The building was named Dream of Venus.
Figueres 01/12/1998 - 06/01/1999
The exhibition proposes an overview of Dalí's life through photographs of his family, of his stay in Madrid, of his friendship with Buñuel and Lorca, of the Surrealist group, of the high society in Paris and New York, of his relations with cinema actors and directors, patrons of the arts, dancers, choreographers and bullfighters. It reveals, in short, a private Dalí and a...
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