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Explore an exhibition and sale of 23 Salvador Dali bronze sculptures and graphic artworks, on display in the d’Arenberg Cube from 8th March. Also on display are paintings by Australia’s own surrealist Charles Billich, whose artworks hang in the Vatican, The White House and the United Nations.
Open Daily 10am – 5pm | 8 March – 31 May
Admission - $20 includes entry to the d'Arenberg Cube, the Alternate Realities Museum and Salvador Dali sculpture exhibition.
The exhibition has been brought to Australia by Art Evolution.com. Valued at over $6 Million dollars, the Salvador Dalí sculpture collection has been exhibited in major cities and museums worldwide. The collection features several magnificent sculptures of Dali’s iconic soft watches. The message is that “Time reigns supreme over man, governing our existence in the real world”. This is particularly relevant as 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the passing of Salvador Dali who died in 1989.
This multi-million Dollar exhibition which celebrates Dali’s life and legacy is on loan from the Dalí Universe in Switzerland. The Dalí Universe are owners of the largest collection of Salvador Dalí sculptures in the world. The Dalí Universe are International Dalí exhibition specialists who also manage the “Dali Paris” visitor museum in Montmartre Paris France.
Complementing the exhibition, d’Arenberg are holding a gala event on 6th April, inspired by the Rothschild Surrealist Ball in 1972, where distinguished guests such as Salvador Dali and Audrey Hepburn explored the boundaries of their imagination. Guests are encouraged to explore the five levels of the d’Arenberg Cube, including the Dali Sculpture collection, while enjoying a selection of canapes, wine and creative cocktails, as artistic performers bring the story of surrealism to life. Click here for further details.