Salvador Dalí Exhibition in Milan has Welcomed More than 222,000 Visitors in Two Months


MILAN.- After over 50 years, Salvador Dalì’s genius is back in Milan: Palazzo Reale houses a great exhibition investigating the relationship between this Spanish artist and the landscape, the dream, the desire. The exhibition, made possible thanks to the extraordinary collaboration with Fundaciò Gala-Salvador Dalì of Figueres, counts on important loans from Italian and international museums and institutions, including the Fundaciò itself, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia of Madrid, the Dalí Museum of St. Petersburg, Florida, the Boijmans Museum of Rotterdam, the Animation Research Library of the Walt Disney Animation Studios of Burbank, California, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection of Venice, the Mart of Rovereto and the Vatican Museums. The exhibition focuses on the relationship between painting and landscape. Salvador Dalì is back in town for the first time since the solo exhibition which took place in October 1954 in Sala delle Cariatidi, always at Palazzo