Espace Dalí Paris presents since 1991 the largest private collection of Salvador Dali's artworks in France. On Dec, 15th 2017, the museum will close for four months of embellishment works.

Since it was opened only two years after Dali passed away, Espace Dali Paris has welcomed each year over 150,000 visitors from all over the world. Here they've been discovering an amazing collection, in an exhibition which has chosen to put a light on bronze sculptures and surrealist objects created by the fantasy-full master of surrealism, as if coming alive from his most famous paintings. On the walls, incredible graphic works offer a poetic dialogue with the three-dimensional artworks.

For its 2018 reopening, Espace Dalí has asked architect and scenographer Adeline Rispal to re-thinl completely the volumes and visitor experience. The objective is to tell the singular story of Dali's artistic development. Showing a lesser known part of his works, the collection, voluntarily non exhaustive, offers a fundamental and new vision of the techniques and creativity of the Catalan Master.

During the closing of the Parisian museum, Espace Dalí's collection takes a vacation in Nantes, on the Western coast of France, in an beautiful 19th century private house, from Dec, 26th 2017 to March, 31st 2018.
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