Salvador Dalí, perhaps best known from his flamboyant moustache and “The Melting Watches” painting, is one of the most ingenious and eccentric artists of the 20th century. Now his work can be seen at the first permanent exhibition in Germany. Delve into the surrealistic world of the Spanish painter.
See more than 450 exhibits from private collections worldwide, now for the first time as a permanent exhibition. Dive into the most extensive insight into Dalí's virtuosic and experimental mastery in almost all techniques of art. Visit Dalí – The Exhibition at Potsdamer Platz, in the heart of Berlin. "Come into my brain", Salvador Dalí himself once invited his audience.
In the museum you will encounter in particular the works, which are distinguished by the paranoiac-critical approach that honored Dalí as a surrealist. Works in which he shot with muskets on massive litho stones and so invented the Bulletism or artworks where he exploded nail-filled bombs or drove a steamroller on a sewing machine.
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