Dali Universe

Dali Universe is a permanent exhibition of art works by the Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali which is housed in a 3,000 square metre (32,000 square feet) suite of galleries at County Hall in London, England. It opened in 2000. Over 500 works are on display, including sculptures dating from 1935-1984, drawings, lithographs, gold and glass objects and a Dali-inspired furniture collection.

The exhibition was originally curated by Beniamino Levi, who worked with Dal? on the development of his sculptures.

Technically Dali Universe is an exhibit at the County Hall Gallery, which also stages other art exhibitions, but it is much better known under its own name.

Dali himself created the Teatro Museo in his home town of Figueres in Catalonia. There is also a Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida, and a Salvador Dali Gallery in Pacific Palisades, California, both in the United States.

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