Renowned artist Salvadore Dalí will have an exhibition valued at over $6 million on display at d'Arenberg until May 31.
The exhibition is curated by Christopher Talbot and features a range of bronze sculptures and graphic artworks, this exhibition marks the 30th anniversary of the passing of Salvador Dalí who died in 1989.
Included in the exhibition is a 5-metre-tall sculpture as well as three life-sized sculptures.
This multi-million dollar exhibition, which celebrates Dalí’s life and legacy is on loan from the Dalí Universe in Switzerland. The Dalí Universe are owners of the largest collection of Salvador Dalí sculptures in the world.
The Dalí Universe are International Dalí exhibition specialists who also manage the “Dali Paris” visitor museum in Montmartre Paris France.
Dalí, who lived from 1904 - 1989 is regarded as one of the most important artists of the 20th century and is considered the 'most prominent representative of the surrealist movement' by artevolution.com.
Also presented are paintings by Australia’s own surrealist Charles Billich, whose artworks hang in the Vatican, The White House and the United Nations.