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On display is a rich collection of world-famous art and sculpture. All these authentic works are in the Catalogues Raisonnés of the works of Salvador Dali. The works of art are exhibited in a sensational, dramatic setting in typical Dali style...more
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This is a quirky small museum that has a lot of Dali's drawings from different phases of his life, a few paintings and a few sculptures. They have the Andalusian Dog showing on a small television for those who have not seen this highly unusual...More
We have seen a number of Dali exhibitions in other European cities and they are, with some minor exceptions, excellent. We love Dali's work and this "Exhibition" did not look to us quite the genuine article! If you have to pay in order to enter,...More
The exhibition is neither large nor a usual one. A very well lit and very well presented exhibition of a non-conventional artist. His fans will adore it; the indifferent ones will have something good to talk about.
For the cost of admission, I felt this exhibit was somewhat small. You can cover all the pieces in less than an hour. Some of the pieces appeared to be reproductions which was disappointing. There are some interesting ones on display if you are a...More
Very long exhibit which is not a bad thing if you enjoy art. Seeing such a large collection by one artist was impressive and was set in a way that told the artist’s story. So many pieces stood out to me, I just wish my...More
We have been fortunate enough to visit other Dali Museums and this "Exhibition" in Bruges is a poor and pale comparison to the fantastic other facilities .
The cheap timber floors incessantly creep and squeak as you walk around the exhibit, that has peeling wallpaper...More
This exhibition is a very interesting introduction to the work of Dali, and gives a flavour of the surrealism he worked on during his life. There is a span of works that cover his themes and influences.
As novices to art we we enjoyed it....More