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  • Eleanor Morse passed away on 1 July

    Saint Petersburg, 1 July 2010

    Eleanor Morse passed away on 1st July. She was 97 years old. Together with her husband, Reynolds Morse, founded the Salvador Dalí Museum in Saint Petersburg (Florida) in 1982. They donated to the museum their huge collection of Salvador Dalí works, becoming the point of reference in America. It is the most important private collection of Dalí works in the world. Reynolds Morse had passed away...

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  • Jazz concert in Púbol

    Púbol, 19 June 2010

    The JazzPera Festival 2010 will be held in three different places, one of which being the Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol, like in previous years. The concert will be offered by Mmm...Cole Porter, a group composed of Clara Luna (singer), José Alberto Medina (piano), Rai Ferrer (bass) and Xavi Maureta (drums). It will start at 10 p.m. in the Castle's gardens.

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  • J.M. Sevillano participates in a Seminar of Art and Law

    Barcelona, 18 June 2010

    The Managing Director of the Dalí Foundation, Joan Manuel Sevillano Campalans, participated in the Second Seminar of Art and Law, organised by the Barcelona Bar Association (ICAB) last 18 June.

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  • Acquisition of drawings, manuscripts and photos of Dalí

    Figueres, 7 June 2010

    The Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí presented to the media the drawings, manuscripts and photographs (some not shown previously) it had acquired over the last two years. This documentation forms part of the collection of the Centre for Dalinian Studies and serves for undertaking more thorough studies on the artistic path and life of Salvador Dalí, researched at internal level. The objective of...

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  • Presentation of the Annual Report 2009

    Figueres, 19 April 2010

    The Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí presented its Annual Report corresponding to year 2009. Download the publication in its bilingual version Spanish/Catalan, soon to appear in English/French.

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  • Special Opening Hours in Easter Time

    Figueres, Easter 2010

    The Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres will be open from 9 a.m. to 7:15 p.m. on 2, 3 and 4 April, as a special opening to attend the demand during Easter time. We remind that Monday 5 April the museum is open because it is a bank holiday. That day and the following, the museum will be open according to the regular time table.

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  • Temporary loan of \\\\\\\"The tigers\\\\\\\" from the Thyssen museum

    Figueres, 8 February 2010

    The work Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pommegranate One Minute Before Awakening (1944), also known as "The Tigers", coming from the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum (Madrid) was exhibited from 9th February until 2nd May, at the Drawings Room (number 6) of the Dalí Theatre-Museum, in Figueres.

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  • Family visits in Figueres

    Figueres, June 2009

    The Educational Service offers family visits in the Dalí Theatre-Museum, Figueres, on Saturdays 6 and 20 June at noon. See the details.

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  • Reopening of the Houses in Portlligat and Púbol

    Portlligat and Púbol, March 2010

    The Castle Gala Dalí in Púbol opens next 13 March. The house Salvador Dalí in Portlligat opened last 9 February. The house-museum Salvador Dalí in Portlligat opened on 9 February, earlier than in previous seasons, so as to fit the demand of visitors. The architectonic idiosincracy of the house admits visitors in limited groups, with previous booking.We remind you that the...

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  • Last acquisition of an oil painting

    Figueres, 26 October 2009

    The Foundation has presented a work painted on both sides titled Nymphs and Young Ladies in a Garden Fountain from circa 1921 and a portrait of his sister Anna Maria on the other side: Figure from Behind, painted in 1925. The painting is exhibited at the Fishmongers Room, in the Dalí Theatre-Museum of Figueres, in an installation specially designed to show both sides of the work.

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