With his incredible moustaches and unique imagination, Dali combined a theatrical manner with flashes of genius. Dali was a provocateur par excellence who never showed any signs of remorse or regret. To celebrate the eccentric Spanish artist, the Georges Pompidou contemporary arts centre is presenting a retrospective of his work. Surreal!
On until 25 March: don’t miss one of Paris's craziest exhibitions! With the genius of Dali at the Pompidou Centre, Paris renews its association with the masters of surrealism. Always controversial, Dali is nonetheless an important figure in the history of modern art. This exhibition presents more than two hundred of his works, including paintings, sculptures and drawings.
Dali Happening. Among the most famous pieces are: The Persistence of Memory (soft watches), 1931, the Great Masturbator, 1929, and the Endless Enigma, 1938. The exhibition also offers a rare opportunity to see other lesser known products of Dali's imagination, including dozens of works on paper, objects, theatre and cinema projects, films, photographs and excerpts from television shows… Dalissimo!