Friday, July 20, 2007

Permanent exhibition of Dali, in Paris

In the heart of Montmartre, Espace Dali presents the only permanent exhibition in France entirely dedicated to the “Master of Surrealism”: Dali, and more particularly to his original scultures and engravings.
Dali came to live in the Paul Eluard apartement in 1929. In 1956, the Master used two rhinoceros orns and some bread dipped into ink to produce the first engraving of Don Quixote series in front of the press. This story became a legend, so is the Dali…

Sources & Info:
11 rue Poulbot
Paris 18th
Opening hours -> from 10am to 6pm, all year long
Metro stations -> Anvers or Abesses (line 2 and 12)

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