Student Surrealist Exhibition, Spider Lobster

SSAE Online Exhibit: Statewide 2021

May 10, 2021 – May 10, 2022

Initiated in 1992, this annual art exhibit presents work by middle and high school students whom we invite to explore ideas and visions similar to those explored by Salvador Dalí and the surrealists. The 2021 theme is “Delusions, Desires and Delicacies.”

Two women wear fire masks

Photojournalism Contest Online Exhibit

September 28, 2021 – September 28, 2022

In conjunction with our special exhibit The Woman Who Broke Boundaries: Photographer Lee Miller, we invited the public to submit an original photograph that tells a story of a significant moment from the past decade in The Dalí’s Photojournalism Contest.

Black and white photograph of Aimé Césaire with poetic text

Aimé Césaire Online Exhibit

September 10, 2021 – Indefinitely

This online exhibit brings to life the personal relationships and the intellectual passions that threatened to tear apart the newly formed artistic movement called Surrealism.

Black and white photograph of Aimé Césaire with poetic text

Aimé Césaire: Poetry, Surrealism and Négritude

September 10, 2021 – January 2, 2022

Aimé Césaire: Poetry, Surrealism and Négritude explores the rich world of Aimé Césaire, surrealist poet and politician from the French Caribbean island of Martinique. Featuring selections from his powerful poems, this exhibition focuses on Césaire’s history, his role in the founding of the anti-colonial Négritude movement and his affiliation with Surrealism.

St. Louis Museum of Art

Saint Louis Art Museum – St. Louis, Missouri

February 16, - September 7, 2020

The exhibition Millet and Modern Art: From Van Gogh to Dalí illustrates just how progressive the work of Jean-François Millet (1814-1875) was for his time. With his radical painting technique, modern style and inspirational portrayal of peasant life, Millet undoubtedly sowed the seeds of modern art.