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Dalí & the Impressionists: Monet, Renoir, Degas & More

November 18, 2023 – April 28, 2024

Dalí & the Impressionists: Monet, Renoir, Degas & More explores Salvador Dalí’s profound engagement with the Impressionist movement, which played a pivotal role in his early artistic journey. Organized in partnership with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, one of the foremost collections of French Impressionism in the United States, this exhibition will present an outstanding selection of 22 paintings from their collection by 18 artists, including Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Henri Matisse and Paul Cézanne.

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Student Surrealist Art Exhibit 2024: Hillsborough

March 16, 2024 – April 28, 2024

Initiated in 1985, this annual juried art exhibition presents work by Pinellas middle and high school students that explores ideas and visions similar to those of Salvador Dalí and the surrealists. This year’s theme is “Fears and Fascinations of the Fantastic.”

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November 18, 2023 – April 28, 2024

Visitors have the opportunity to further their understanding of unique artistic genres with the Museum’s exclusive artificial intelligence (AI) experience, YOUR PORTAIT, which transforms their selfie into a one-of-a-kind digital work of art.

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Leonora Carrington: Writer, Painter, Visionary

September 9, 2023 - January 7, 2024

In this free exhibit at The Dalí, Leonora Carrington: Writer, Painter, Visionary is an introduction to the remarkable life of Leonora Carrington, a Surrealist artist, sculptor and writer whose work deals with the visionary, the fantastic and the occult. Carrington produced more than 2,000 paintings and authored several notable written works. The exhibition will highlight Carrington’s personal life, her time as a painter and her written work.

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Where Ideas Come From: Dalí’s Drawings

May 27, 2023 – October 22, 2023

This exhibition brings together approximately 100 rarely seen works on paper from The Dalí Museum’s permanent collection. Spanning the entire length of Dalí’s creative life, from 1916 through 1974, the exhibition provides insight into the artist’s creative process as seen over a variety of media, including pencil, pen, charcoal, watercolor, gouache, and more. Included in the exhibition are two new surrealist acquisitions by The Dalí Museum — the ballet-related portrait of King Ludwig for Bacchanale and the frontispiece The Disappearing Face as well as many recently-conserved works on view for the first time in over three decades, which are rarely displayed due to their delicate nature.