Art & Culture

The largest in 30 years exhibition of Salvador Dali in Paris

The Centre of Georges Pompidou pays homage to Salvador Dali – one of the most extraordinary artists of the XX century.

The largest exposition (since Paris exhibition in 1979-1980’s) of the Spaniard of genius was opened on November, 21. If you are just only going to France, you can plan your time to visit a unique retrospective of Dali. It will last until the 25th of March, 2013.

Remembering excitement, the exhibition has provoked 30 years ago, the organizers expect that about 8000 people will visit exposition daily.

The National Centre for Art and Culture of Georges Pompidou (Centre national d’art et de culture Georges Pompidou), which the French call often in short – Beaubourg, will show over two hundred exhibits. Among them you’ll find paintings of the great master, sculptures, films, photographs, including the original of the most famous work of Salvador Dali «Persistence of Memory» («La persistencia de la memoria» – in Spanish) – the one which with a softened hanging and flowing down clock.

The exhibition is open to the public from 11.00 to 21.00 every day, except Tuesday.

Tickets – from 9 to 13 Euros.