Salvador Dali Exhibition Opens in The City of Merida, Mexico

"The Divine Comedy," comprised of 56 pieces that Salvador Dali prepared for the Italian Parliament in 1960, all of which were inspired by the writings of Dante Alighieri.

MEXICO CITY (EFE).- The work and life of Spanish
surrealism genius Salvador Dali, who died 21 years ago, is being remembered in
the southeastern Mexican city of Merida with an exhibition of 93 of the artist’s
engravings.
“Dali en Merida. Las miradas del sueño” (Dali in Merida:
Views of a Dream) will be held at Merida’s Olimpo Cultural Center, where the
public will be able to enter free until March 23, municipal culture director
Roger Metri told Efe.