Aimé Césaire: Poetry, Surrealism and Négritude
September 10, 2021 – December 5, 2021
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.
The Woman Who Broke Boundaries: Photographer Lee Miller
July 3, 2021 – January 2, 2022
Sweeping in scope and intimate in focus, The Woman Who Broke Boundaries: Photographer Lee Miller surveys the work of photographer Lee Miller (1907-1977), who is known for her fascinating personal life and remarkably incisive portraiture and photojournalism.
At Home with Dalí
July 1, 2020 – Indefinitely
At Home with Dalí features a diverse group of portraits by five photographers. The nearly 40 images, dating from the 1950s and early 1960s, provide an intimate view of Dalí in his home environment in Spain.
Dalí’s Masterworks in Augmented Reality
November 4, 2019 – Indefinitely
View eight Dalí masterworks in the Museum’s permanent collection using augmented reality (AR) technology to gain a deeper understanding of the meaning behind their complex imagery.
Dalí Lives (via Artificial Intelligence)
May 11, 2019 – Indefinitely
Using cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI), Dalí Lives provides Museum visitors an opportunity to learn more about Salvador Dalí’s life from the person who knew him best: the artist himself.