Art in Nature, Dalí exhibition
Immerse yourself in an unmissable artistic experience at Parc de la Villette with the luminous stroll "Art in Nature," a surprising celebration of the work of the globally acclaimed surrealist Salvador Dalí.
Salvador Dalí, a leading artist of surrealism, has left an indelible mark on art history. His unique style has captivated Spain and the world, and some of his most iconic creations, including his famous melted clocks, came to life in the City of Light.
"Art in Nature" offers an innovative immersion, merging art and technology to transport you into the surreal universe of the artist. Explore a groundbreaking and sensory journey highlighting the sculptures of this genius, enhanced by an interactive light show.
The journey begins with the Dance of Time, a tribute to Dalí's obsession with the concept of time, where a video projection animates the original work, creating a true visual dance. The snail, another symbol of the passage of time, also unfolds, adding an enigmatic touch to the artist's paintings.
The itinerary continues with a stop at the ants, a recurring motif in Dalí's artistic work. He considered these small insects as a symbol of perseverance in work. The ants find their place in the sculpture of Venus, recalling the fragility of human life.
The animal kingdom, revisited by Dalí, includes the iconic elephant, portrayed with long and slender legs, stripping away the traditional image of this robust animal. Cinematic references emerge with surreal scenes created for Alfred Hitchcock's film "The House of Dr. Edwardes," as well as the character of Alice in Wonderland.
Gala, Dalí's wife, also deserves praise in this unique exhibition. The association of Gala with a unicorn symbolizes Dalí's unconditional love for his muse, his greatest source of inspiration.
This artistic journey holds continuous surprises, revealing how the artist challenges conventions, explores the subconscious, and creates new symbologies. An unforgettable experience awaits you in the heart of Paris, in a truly unique atmosphere.
Visit the official exhibition website and purchase your ticket to not miss this extraordinary opportunity!
Until January 21, 2024.