Salvador Dali

A Long-Lost Wax Sculpture by Salvador Dalí Goes on Display in Hawaii on the Anniversary of His Birth

Click here to read the full article. Call it a second coming: a wax Christ figure by Salvador Dalí, long believed to be lost, has returned to art enthusiasts. The sculpture was discovered by a commercial gallery in Hawaii and put on display today, the anniversary of the Surrealist’s 118th birthday. The work, called Lost Wax, was found in the private collection of a U.S. collector, according to Harte International Galleries in Maui. Remarkably, it was still in the original Plexiglas box that Dalí had used to preserve its form. The wax sculpture was created in 1979 and served as the model for...
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Union’s surreal plan to close Glasgow’s gender pay gap... sell £60m Salvador Dali painting

A world-famous masterpiece by Salvador Dali should be sold by Scotland’s largest council to help fund a £500 million equal pay deal, a trade union leader has demanded. Gary Smith, the general secretary of the GMB, said that Glasgow City Council should be prepared to sell Christ of Saint John of the Cross and give the revenue generated to women denied a fair wage.
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Salvador Dalí Recorded A Home Movie In 1954 And It’s As Surreal As It Sounds

If Salvador Dalí were alive today, he’d probably appreciate the brisk format of TikTok. Cuts, weird props, and unexpected twists would have been part of his brand. The closest the Surrealist painter got to creating these short clips came in the form of a home movie he’d made on the terrace of his villa in Port Lilgat, Costa Brava, Spain. Thanks to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the world gets to enjoy it too.

Gallery 725 presents Salvador Dali exhibit

Gallery 725 has announced an upcoming art experience, “Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection.”. The artwork collection will be on exhibition and available for acquisition at the gallery beginning Friday, Jan. 28, with an opening reception. The exhibition is a rare opportunity to virtually meet Madame Christine Argillet live from...
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Salvador Dali, Water Works exhibit coming to Ellen Noel Art Museum

Two new exhibits will be coming to the Ellen Noel Art Museum this month. “Les Diners de Gala” (Gala’s Dinners) by Salvador Dalí will open Thursday. “Les Diners de Gala” was published in 1973 and became a Salvador Dalí collectible. The unique cookbook was published as a collaboration between the artist and a secret chef. The chef turned out to be chefs from the top French restaurants of the day, including Lasserre, La Tour d/Argent, Maxim’s and Le Buffet de la Gare de Lyon.

Sleep technique used by Salvador Dalí really works

A sleep technique described by surrealist artist Salvador Dalí and famous inventor Thomas Edison might actually work to inspire creativity, researchers have found. To get the creativity boost, you essentially need to wake up just as a certain sleep stage sets in, where reality seems to blend into fantasy.

Salvador Dalí comes to Tyler

Lamoureaux Gallery may appear unassuming from its shop front on West Ferguson Street in downtown Tyler, but original works by renowned masters are inside. From now through Jan. 3, the gallery hosts The Cook Collection, which includes original works by Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, Anatole Krasnyansky and Pierre-Auguste Renoir, which are for auction through the duration of the exhibition.

When Salvador Dali Viewed Joseph Cornell’s Surrealist Film, Became Enraged & Shouted: “He Stole It from My Subconscious!” (1936)

Did Salvador Dalí meet the diagnostic criteria for a personality disorder and maybe, also, a form of psychosis, as some have alleged? Maybe, but there’s no real way to know. “You can’t diagnose psychiatric illnesses without doing a face to face psychiatric examination,” Dutch psychiatrist Walter van den Broek writes, and it’s possible Dali “consciously created an ‘artistic’ personality… for the money or in order to succeed.” No doubt Dalí was a tireless self-promoter who marketed his work by way of a sensationalist persona.

Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection

LaMantia Gallery, Raleigh’s premier fine art gallery (440 Daniels Street), is proud to announce its presentation of Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection. The collection will be on exhibition and available for acquisition at the gallery October 6 – 17, 2021. The exhibition is a rare opportunity to meet Madame Christine Argillet, daughter of Dali's legendary publisher and confidante Pierre Argillet, during scheduled special appearances by Madame Argillet for the public: Saturday, October 16th from 11:00 am – 1 pm and 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm & Sunday, October 17th from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. All appearances are complimentary to the public, and RSVPs are strongly recommended. For additional information about this exhibition, contact the gallery via phone: 919-900-8453 or Click Eventbrite Link HERE to RSVP. All CDC Guidelines enforced.


Michael Murphy Gallery, Tampa’s premier fine art gallery, is proud to announce its presentation of Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection. The collection is on exhibition and available for acquisition at the gallery: Previews begin September 16th 2021. Michael Murphy Gallery. The exhibition is a rare opportunity to meet Madame Christine...

ETSU Reece Museum hosting “Dante’s Divine Comedy” exhibit; features original work by Salvador Dali

East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum is hosting an exhibit called “Illustrating Dante’s Divine Comedy”. This exhibition celebrates the 700th Anniversary of Dante’s poem Divine Comedy. This temporary exhibit features over forty framed Salvador Dali original woodblock illustrations, as well as original work by Botticelli. This exhibit will be on display at ETSU’s Reece Museum until September 24th. The Reece Museum is located on ETSU’s campus and is free and open to the public. Open hours are Monday through Friday 9 AM to 4:30 PM.