Influential Spanish artist Salvador Dalì is the focus of a major exhibition which encourages visitors to rethink the position he occupied in 20th-century art, suggesting that his legacy goes beyond his important role within the Surrealist art movement.
The Reina Sofía exhibition displays over 200 works by Dalì — comprising paintings, sculptures and drawings — and focuses primarily on his celebrated surrealistic works as well as his earlier career.
It also examines the paranoid-critical technique that he pioneered in the 1930s, a method used to transform and subvert reality, allowing the viewer to come to their own interpretation of the finished piece.
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Reina Sofía Museum (MNCARS), C/ Santa Isabel 52, Madrid, tel. +34917741000.