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Exhibition – When Dali meets Pink Floyd at Atelier des Lumières

Dalí – L’énigme sans fin is the new immersive exhibition proposed by Atelier des Lumières (Paris).

From May 19, the Day of the Reopening of the Places of Culture, until January 2, 2022, the Digital Museum fills its facades with works Salvador Dali. This tribute covers all periods of the Catalan artist.

Mirrors think of Dali

The first impression when you indulge yourself in this disproportionate scene, is that Dali would definitely have liked to see his art magnified this way. His XXL business comes alive and takes on a rave dimension. We communicate with the artist in an unprecedented and unexpected way.

Pink Floyd and Daly, or Daly and Pink Floyd?

I felt the other emotion Dali – the endless puzzleIt is the connection between Pink Floyd’s business and music. The mix of culture monsters works great. The Wall, The Dark Side of The Moon, and other group monuments coexist with the painter’s dreamy evocation.
We have hypnotized so many bonds, hovering in an amazing sensual cocoon.

For 45 minutes, Gianfranco Iannuzzi plunges us into various sides of Dalí. From his initial Impressionist and Cubist research to his mystical works of religious themes, including the Surrealist period and his relationship to theater, photography and cinema, we discover the man with the mustache in a powerful and unprecedented way!

Gaudí, the great architect of imagination

At the end of Dalí – The Endless Enigma, don’t go. Spaces of Culture invite us to Barcelona. ” Gaudi is the architect of imagination It is a short program.

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The architect was Dali’s inspiration. It was the perfect opportunity to rediscover Parc Guell, Casa Batlló or even Sagrada Familia …

Note that the Atelier des Lumières opens exceptionally well in the evening for the presentation of “The Last Sentinels,” the first immersive work of hundreds of photographs by famous artist Jimmy Nelson. Discover Monday through Saturday from 6:30 pm to 11 pm from June 9 to July 10, 2021.
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