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We invited middle and high school students to explore metamorphosis in a variety of media such as drawing, collage, watercolor, acrylic, digital photography, mixed media and film. There are four exhibitions in total: Pinellas County, Hillsborough County, State of Florida, and Daliwood, a local film competition.
"Warhol: Art. Fame. Mortality." explores how Andy Warhol learned from Dali's public visibility and was equally attuned to the images derived from mass culture. The exhibit considers Warhol's seldom discussed engagement with other artists through his own painting, how he constructed an approach to the image in terms of celebrity and fame, and finally his treatment of painting and image as it pertains to human mortality.
This monumental canvas, measuring in at 13 feet high, is a triumphant rendering of Saint James the Great (Santiago El Grande in Spanish), the patron saint of Spain, rising from the sea astride a white stallion and brandishing an oversized crucifix. An atomic explosion bursting from the four petals of a jasmine flower – a […]
"Print is the New Black: Dali Printmaker" explores the narratives that print conveys - in a way no other medium can - and showcases Dali's expertise and inventiveness as an image-maker. We celebrate here his fine and varied technique in illustrations for subjects including Alice in Wonderland, Les Chants de Maldoror, Don Quixote, Carmen, the Bible and Dante's Divine Comedy, illustrating Dali's inventiveness along with his fine draftsmanship.
One of the hallmarks of Surrealism is its ability to defamiliarize: to create something unique, unexpected and unfamiliar from one's everyday surroundings in order to surprise, shock and disturb. Surrealism invites us into a world where even the most seemingly insignificant occurrences of everyday life can be made strange.
Regardless of one's take on psychic readings - Dali painted his own set of Tarot cards and his wife Gala read Tarot Cards during their soirees - there's no denying that the mysterious history and imagery of Tarot cards is ripe for interpretation by contemporary artists.
Opened Friday, January 11, 2013 at The Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida, which holds the largest collection of Dali in the Americas, exhibited 31 works and two illustrated books inspired by the works of William Shakespeare. This exhibition, came from the Museum's collection and was on display through April 28, 2012. The exhibition was curated by Joan Kropf, the Dali Museum's curator of the collection.
Beginning Monday, October 1, 2012, the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida, which holds the largest collection of Dali in the Americas, will welcome twelve important Dali works on loan from the National Collection of Modern Art in Spain - Madrid's Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia.
This exhibition demonstrated the museum's mission to "preserve the art of Dali." Preservation is a continuous, labor-intensive process involving the care of works of art in all media: oils, works on paper, and objects. Over the past decade the museum has conserved 25 of its 96 oil paintings.
This exhibition presented works of Dali never before displayed by the Dali Museum. The title, Dali's Grotesque Carnival, refers to visual distortion and exaggeration, as revealed through the artist's interest in the themes of festival and celebration. It featured four suites of Dali's ambitious engagement with printmaking.