DTR Modern Galleries

Salvador Dalí

Salvador Dalí

woman and page by salvador dalí

Salvador Dalí

Woman and Page, 1968

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picador by salvador dalí

Salvador Dalí

Picador, 1966

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argus (le paon) by salvador dalí

Salvador Dalí

Argus (Le Paon), 1963

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flower-woman at the piano by salvador dalí

Salvador Dalí

Flower-Woman at the Piano, 1969

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flowers and fruits (currier and ives series) by salvador dalí

Salvador Dalí

Flowers and Fruits (Currier and Ives Series), 1971

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cibernetic lobster telephone (imaginations and objects of the future series) by salvador dalí

Salvador Dalí

Cibernetic Lobster Telephone (Imaginations and objects of the future Series), 1975

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Friday, September 9, 2011Friday, October 21, 2011


Boston, MA USA

DTR Modern Galleries is pleased to present our upcoming exhibition of the finest artworks by legendary Spanish Master, Salvador Dalí (1904 – 1989). Featuring a variety of graphic media, our Dalí collection includes a rich legacy of work that spans decades of artistic production. Acquired directly from the artist himself and held within a Florida family’s private collection until now, DTR Modern’s museum quality exhibition of over 2,000 Salvador Dalí pieces will be on view for the first time publicly.

Aside from a superb painter, Dalí is considered to be one of the best draftsmen of the century and has produced some of the most recognizable and skillfully created graphic media in the world. Several examples of his iconic imagery will be at the heart of the exhibition, including such crowning achievements as his Faust Suite, Hippies Suite, Memories of Surrealism Suite and Mythology Suite.

While most artists merely flirted with surrealism, Salvador Dalí fully embodied the movement. Known as a rebel and eccentric in his looks, Dalí embraced surrealism as a way to express his hallucinations, fears and dreams through art. As one of the most instrumental masters of twentieth century art, Salvador Dalí’s legacy continues to influence and impact the art world today.