Salvador Dalí Museum, Inc.

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Salvador Dalí and a Century of Art from Spain: Picasso to Plensa

2006 05 May
2006 30 Jul

Salvador Dalí and a Century of Art from Spain: Picasso to Plensa

May 5, 2006 – July 30, 2006

If the 20th century was tumultuous – in its scientific and medical discoveries, its wars, annihilations, and migrations – it was equally dynamic in its art. The ways in which art engages the world was in this period as varied and vehement as our history. Although the art of this century – known as modern and contemporary art – is often identified with Paris, an alternative center for its development is Spain. This exhibition explores that idea. Presenting many examples of Salvador Dalí’s work, our exhibition explores the major artists and artistic inventions of the period as embodied in the art of Spain. Beginning with Pablo Picasso’s first Cubist sculpture and ending with the renowned contemporary sculptor Jaume Plensa, the exhibition provides a view of Dali’s influential work alongside eminent modern and contemporary Spanish art borrowed from leading museums around the world.

Co-curated by William Jeffett and Ellen Landis; organized by Albuquerque Museum of Art & History and The Dalí Museum. The exhibition is sponsored by Raymond James Financial, WVEA TV-Univision & WFTT-TV 50 TeleFutura.

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If someday I may die, though it is unlikely, I hope the people in the cafes will say, ‘Dalí has died, but not entirely.’ – Salvador Dalí