Located in the heart of picturesque Montmartre, just a stone’s throw from the famous Place du Tertre, the Dalí Paris exhibition welcomes more than 100,000 visitors a year. In addition to the exhibition, the public can visit the two art galleries specializing in limited edition works by Salvador Dalí available for sale.
Over 600 square meters entirely dedicated to the master of surrealism! Dalí Paris is the only permanent exhibition in France entirely dedicated to Salvador Dalí, in particular to his sculptures and rare graphics. Among the more than 300 works on display, visitors will be able to admire sculptures such as the Space Elephant, the famous Dalinian clocks, and the famous Mae West sofa.
One of the largest and most significant collections of Dalí sculptures
Dalí’s creative genius is transformed into three-dimensional sculpture, giving life to his most famous and wonderful surrealist images. Expressing himself through sculptures is a passion that accompanies the artist throughout his life and in each of them we can glimpse Dalinian philosophy.
The exceptional collection, the most important body of Dalí sculptures in France, brings to light the imagination of the Catalan master and exposes an unexplored aspect of Salvador Dalí’s work.
Rare autograph graphics
…which illustrate the most important themes of literature, mythology, history and religion. Salvador Dalí was inspired to create a vast repertoire of unique characters, allegories and images.
The artist, the undisputed master of visual art, undertook an enormous mission in illustrating earthly and otherworldly themes in his personal surrealist style. This aspect of the artist is unmatched by any artist of the twentieth century. In the heart of Montmartre, Paris, two art galleries welcome visitors to discover the greatest artists of the twentieth century. Galerie Dalí presents a unique collection in France of limited edition sculptures, etchings and lithographs. At Galerie Montmartre Picasso, Dalí and Chagall are displayed in an elegant, well-lit space overlooking one of the most beautiful cityscapes in central Paris. The gallery is located on Place du Tertre.