Salvador Dalí exhibition comes to Dubai

The art will be displayed at COYA


Work from acclaimed artist Salvador Dalí is going on show in Dubai this month, at one of the city’s top Latin American restaurants.

COYA Dubai is hosting the exhibition, which will enable art lovers to see around 60 of the iconic artist’s pieces.

The show has been arranged with Alpha Soul, an art and cultural development company based in the UAE, and is open to the public from Wednesday June 20.

Work on display from the Spanish surrealist includes lithographs and photographs sourced from private collections from across the world.

Best known for pieces such as The Persistence of Memory and Lobster Telephone, Dali was born in Catalonia, in Spain in 1904.

During the exhibition you’ll be able to see art including Space Elephant and Surrealist Flower Girl.

“Guests are invited to step inside the World of Dali and experience the master’s creative mood, working environment, close relations and artists sensibility,” says the team behind it.

The exhibition will be held in the Member’s Room at COYA Dubai and is free to view. It will run until the end of August 2018.

COYA is a former Time Out Dubai Restaurant of the Year and was Highly Commended in the Latin American category at the 2018 Restaurant Awards, so if you’re after some authentic ceviche and tiraditos, it might be worth booking for some food, too.
Free. Until August 31. COYA Dubai, Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach, Jumeirah (04 316 9600).

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