Dalí - The exhibition at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin-Mitte gives comprehensive insights into Salvador Dalí's colorful life and work. Salvador Dalí not only created countless sculptures, worked for Disney and Alfred Hitchcock, but was also an avid fashionista and dandy. The extrovert artist with the eye-catching mustache is considered one of the most creative artists of modernism, who staged his works and himself in a spectacular manner.
Visitors to "Dalí - The Exhibition at Potsdamer Platz" gain insights into Dalí's work in various fields of art. For example, Dalí exploded bombs filled with nails and created, on behalf of the Italian government, a mammoth art-work in honor of Dante. In addition to a large overview of the artist's graphic work, workbooks, illustrated books, sculptures, coins and three-dimensional installations by the artist are presented. More than 450 exhibits from private collections worldwide will be shown in Berlin-Mitte in the exhibition rooms at Potsdamer Platz.
In a small film room clips from films in which Dalí creatively participated are shown: Movies such as Alfred Hitchcock's "Spellbound" (German: "I fight for you") with Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck. Entertaining tours take place almost every hour. The Dalí Museum is operated privately and counts according to own data to 10% of the best museums in Germany.
- January - June: 12:00 pm - 08:00 pm
- July - August: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm
- August - September: 12:00 pm - 08:00 pm
- Entry: 12.50 Euro, diconted: 9.00 Euro, Families: 31.00 Euro, school classes: 6.00 Euro
- Guided Tours: 7.00 Euro | Tour starts at 12:30 pm, 02:00 pm, 03:30 pm, 05:00 pm, 06:30 pm