Salvador Dalí Art exhibition and sale extended until May 2020.
Art Evolution.com is pleased to announce that the current Salvador Dalí sculpture exhibition at d’Arenberg winery in McLaren Vale, South Australia, will be extended through 31 May 2020. The exhibition began in March this year and was scheduled to end on 31 May 2019. The response to the exhibition has been extremely strong, attracting thousands of art lovers from across Australia and internationally.
Dalí’s iconic soft watch
October, a seven-metre tall monumental original Salvador Dalí “Triumphant
Elephant”, which is valued at $2.7 million, will arrive in Australia and be on
display at d’Arenberg winery. This increases the overall value of the
sculpture collection to $9 million. The Salvador Dalí sculpture collection has
been exhibited in major cities and museums worldwide. The collection features
several magnificent sculptures of Dalí’s iconic soft watches. The message
is that “Time reigns supreme over man, governing our existence in the real
world”. This is particularly relevant as 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the
passing of Salvador Dalí, who died in 1989.
Also exhibited are paintings by Australia’s own surrealist Charles Billich, whose artworks hang in the Vatican, the White House and the United Nations. A documentary movie on the life of Charles Billich was released this month at the Cannes Film Festival in the South of France.
About the Dalí Universe
This multi-million dollar exhibition, which celebrates Dalí’s life and legacy, is on loan from the Dalí Universe in Switzerland. Owners of the largest collection of Salvador Dalí sculptures in the world, the Dalí Universe are international Dalí exhibition specialists who also manage the Dalí Paris visitor museum in Montmartre, Paris, France.