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Salvador Dalí: The Image Disappears

[Chicago, IL] “Salvador Dalí: The Image Disappears” is the first Art Institute of Chicago exhibition devoted to the Spanish painter.

The show will explore the pivotal period of the 1930s when the artist was developing his unique persona and his own distinct brand of Surrealism. During this time, Dalí created beguiling works full of double visions, two-way imagery and disappearing acts.

New technical analysis illuminates further hidden and disappearing imagery within Dalí’s works that offer veiled personal meditations on his wry, sophisticated and ultimately paranoid approach to art making.

Art Institute of Chicago presents “Salvador Dalí: The Image Disappears” Feb. 18–Jun. 12, 2023. In addition to its daytime hours, the Art Institute is also open until 8 p.m. every Thursday.

#EveryMuseum in America could be open late at least once a month.


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