Paul Éluard: Poetry, Politics, Love
September 3, 2022 – January 8, 2023
Paul Éluard: Poetry, Politics, Love explores the world of the most celebrated and idealistic of all surrealist poets, Paul Éluard. Known as “the Poet of Freedom,” Éluard helped found Surrealism, the French art movement whose poetry celebrated dreams, love and freedom. The exhibition has three sections: one exploring his transition from surrealist poet to communist poet, one focused on his love of poetry and the significant loves of his life, and a final section presenting several examples of his poetry from various periods of his career.
June 18, 2022 – October 23, 2022
The Visit by Yamandú Canosa presents the work of Uruguayan-Spanish artist Yamandú Canosa (born 1954). Through the exhibition, Canosa creates a contemplative dialogue between Surrealism and contemporary art. In the words of the artist, “The exhibition is intended as a visit that contemporary art pays to the house of Surrealism. One of the great legacies of the surrealist movement is its aesthetic complexity. This is confirmed by its permanence in today’s art. Surrealism is about an attitude, not aesthetic formulas: it is a way of looking at and relating to experience”.
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.
Student Surrealist Art Exhibit 2022: Statewide
May 6, 2022 – August 21, 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.
Picasso and the Allure of the South
January 29, 2022 – May 22, 2022
Picasso and the Allure of the South, presented exclusively at The Dalí, explores the influence of southern Europe on Picasso’s revolutionary work.