Temporary exhibition opened at the Janus Pannonius Museum (JPM) kindly invites not only enthusiasts to the exhibition of Salvador Dali (1904-1989) to the Vasváry house.
The Catalan genius was inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy.
The exhibition can be visited until October, 28. 2016. The exhibition holds hundreds of artwork, including works housed in a card of painting works of less-known masters.
He made illustrations of The Divine Comedy from the German art collector Thomas Emmerling which is also introduced as the most important collection of graphic works by Salvador Dali. Created hundreds of watercolor graphics that served as a model between 1950 and 1952. On behalf of the Italian Government, 3500 different and unique shades were painted on wooden plates by Dali.
Bizarre works of art, severed earlobe, laughter and other special cases are characterized by the eight artists whose artwork can be viewed as the same time. Can follow the changes in the creative minds of the artists who have struggled with their own demons and creations and depressed mental status.
The exhibition also showcase the life of Dali, printing and graphic work within the Divine Comedy which inspired him by series of formation as well.
Update by Aggie Reiter