DALÍ Exposition @Centre Pompidou – Paris

Hi,

Today I´m going talk about Dalí Exposition in Centre Pompidou in Paris.

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Dalí is one of the most complex and prolific great figures in 20th century art, Salvador Dalí, more than thirty years after the retrospective that the institution devoted to him in 1979-1980. Often criticised for his theatricality, his liking for money and his provocative stance on political issues, Dalí is both one of the most controversial artists and one of the most popular. This unprecedented exhibition sets out to throw light on the full power of his work and the part played in it by his personality and his strokes of genius as much as his outrageousness.

This exposition is open until 25 March 2013 from 11h00 to 23h00

One video about the exposition:

And you could check the official webpage here.

If  you are in Paris or planning to come until 25 March take a look not only on this exposition but in all Center. Its amazing! 🙂

Sources:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centro_Georges_Pompidou

http://www.centrepompidou.fr/

http://arktetonix.com.br/

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About diogomfguilherme

Im locate in Paris working in one energy company and develop some work in Enterprise Architecture area. At the same time im taking a double-master in Sorbonne University. I was during for the last 5 years consultant in a multinational company in Information Technology in Portugal. Im a person with different interests and motivations in diferent areas Ver todos os artigos de diogomfguilherme

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