Salvador Dalí: The Image Disappears is landing at the Art Institute this month. Explore Salvador Dalí’s visible and invisible world through his thought-provoking work. Museum-goers can view the incredible exhibit starting February 18 to June 12th. Featuring 25 paintings, drawings, and a variety of objects, the exhibit expands the museum’s Surrelism collection.
Narrowing in on the artist’s prolific 1930s decade, this new exhibit will explore Dalí’s contradictory impulses in a new light, highlighting his need to be seen and to disappear. This is the Art Institute’s first-ever exhibit devoted entirely to Dali.
Using new methods of technical analysis, this collection seeks to unveil personal meditations, disappearing imagery, and hidden meaning behind his work.
How much are the tickets?
Tickets go for $19 and include access to the entire museum between the hours of 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.