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Salvador Dali Exhibition "Alice in Wonderland"
11.04.2017 20:01
Salvador Dali Exhibition

What happens when Lewis Carroll's absurdity meets Salvador Dali's surrealism?

      In 1969, Salvador Dali created 12 lithographs and one etching, inspired by Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". Each work corresponds to one or another chapter of the tale, with Alice being the link between them. "Jumping" from one picture to another, the girl brings the audience into the realm of illusions and grotesques.

      In addition to the book illustrations, the exhibition includes Dali's graphic pictures from the Tarot Cards series.

      Visitors of the Altmans Gallery will also see a series of fantastic sculptures based on the drawings of John Tenniel, the first illustrator of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland".

      The exhibition runs in the Altmans Gallery at the address of 31, Novinsky Boulevard, near the Barricadnaya and Krasnopresnenskaya metro stations, from  March 24 to  April 23.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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