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The Endless Enigma (incl. Gaudí & Recoding Entropia)

Until 25 February 2024

Creative Direction: Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto & Massimiliano Siccardi

A fairytale, a hallucination, a dream: Salvador Dalí’s work is a spectacle not to be missed. Not just on canvas, but possibly even more so in this exhibition, Dalí: The Endless Enigma. Immerse yourself in the psychedelic works of one of the world’s most magnificent artists, while listening to the sounds of Pink Floyd.

Surrender yourself to Dali’s fantastic world, filled with hyperbole and uncanny creatures. The trick is to lose yourself, to get lost, to see, to listen, and - more than anything else - to experience.

This exhibition was shown previously in the Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation in Figueres, the Dalí Museum in Florida, the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid and MoMA in New York. Now it’s time for the Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam to host.

In this production - made by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto and Massimiliano Siccardi - all facets of the artist are considered, from his impressionistic and cubism-inspired works, to mysticism and eventually his surrealist period. Thirty years after his death, Dali’s work is still a welcome escape from the familiar here and now. Presented like you’ve never seen before.


Opening hours

Spring vacation 16 February until 25 February 2024

- Every day from 9:30 - 13:00

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Dalí: The Endless Enigma


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Discover also the exhibitions "Klimt, Gold in Motion" in Phoenix des Lumières (Dortmund, Germany) and Hall des Lumières (New York, USA), "Chagall, Paris – New York" in the Atelier des Lumières (Paris, France) and "From Vermeer to Van Gogh, the Dutch Masters" in Carrières des Lumières (Les Baux-de-Provence, France).