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37 Years We Celebrate Teatro Museo Dali – Gala With!

by yudaica2013 ·

On the 28.09.2011, Dali Museum in Figueras is 37 years old, Dali Berlin celebrates this with its visitors. Berlin, September 23, 2011. September marks a major event for Dali fans and lovers of art: 37 was years ago, at the 28.09.1974 the Teatro Museo Gala Dali in Figueras (official Catalan: Figueres) opened. It is the second Museum, which was dedicated to this exceptional artist during his lifetime. Salvador Dali childhood days the current museum building housed the city’s theatre and was the place where Dali works for the first time issued, as he himself still a teenager was and noticed his talent to the public.

Destroyed during the Spanish civil war, and remained for decades historical building a ruin, until the Mayor of Figueres and Dali 1960 together the year, decided to rebuild it as a museum to honor this special citizen. The Museum opened in 1974 and was expanded in the 1980s. Dali left after his death in 1989, according to official information buried in the crypt of the Museum. Salvador Dali is still the only artist, two museums were dedicated to already during his lifetime, and that in addition on two different continents of Europe and North America. Dali Berlin, the third Museum, which is dedicated to this exceptional artist alone wants to remember this special day and celebrate it with the visitors of the Museum permanent exhibition: on Wednesday, the 28th of September, every visitor to the Museum, the possibility to take part in the almost hourly held public leadership with the Dali Scouts will receive.

The Museum as a special service for the interested visitor offers this conversational tours daily every hour as a public guided tour for 6. On September 28, participating in one of these public guides with valid ticket is free of charge. The Dali Scouts give visitors a trip in Dali surreal world here and explain the various techniques of art, Dali among others masterfully controlled and often completely revolutionized in the course of its paranoic-critical approach. Where he called it mostly new music styles like the Bulletismus in life. Over two years, the privately-initiated and registered Museum offers the unique opportunity to explore the surreal world of the Spanish genius of artists directly in the Centre of Berlin. With over 450 exhibits from private collections around the world, shows the most popular and at the same time the most polarizing Spanish artist’s multi-layered and complex work. Tickets and info at.