The Dalí Universe Sculpture Collection is comprised of 29 Museum sized sculptures, 15 Monumental sized sculptures and 10 Jeweled sculptures. The Collection, which has been assembled by Mr Beniamino Levi, an avid art collector, Dali expert and exhibition curator, is the largest of its kind, and certainly the most well known, having been exhibited the world over in more than 100 major international museums, gaining critical and public acclaim. Each and every exhibition has enjoyed the patronage of various governmental entities and embassies.
Monumental sculptures have been and continue to be put on display in public spaces in Europe's capital cities such as in Place Vendôme in Paris and on the Queen's Walk in London. The Collection has been presented in Asian locations including Singapore, Seoul, Shanghai and Beijing.
These Dalí sculptures represent the great Catalan genius's iconographic images in three dimensional form and were first cast during the lifetime of the Master. They can be viewed in private collections and in many prestigious international art venues such as Espace Dalí, Paris (www.daliparis.com), the Soumaya Museum in Mexico City and the Morohashi Museum in Japan.
All the sculptures were cast at famous international foundries in Europe, using the lost wax method, a traditional method of casting bronze that has its roots in ancient times. Each of the artworks bear a Certificate of Authenticity and each is represented in the Catalogue Raisonné of Dalí Sculpture, Le Dur et Le Mou, written by world famous Dalí experts Robert and Nicolas Descharnes.
These sculptures are on offer to the discerning collector depending on availability. Gallery inquiries are welcome.
Learn more about Dalí's sculpture in this text by Robert and Nicolas Descharnes, Dalí in the Third Dimension.