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Dedicated to salvador dalí

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The Espace Dalí, located in the heart of the artistic district of Montmartre, is the only place in France that is entirely dedicated to the Spanish master of Surrealism, with over 300 of his works including some very famous paintings, sculptures and even furniture

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About this place

11 Rue Poulbot, 75018 Paris
Line 2 - Abbesses

Wednesday : 10:00 am - 18:00 pm
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Monday : 10:00 am - 18:00 pm Tuesday : 10:00 am - 18:00 pm Wednesday : 10:00 am - 18:00 pm Thursday : 10:00 am - 18:00 pm Friday : 10:00 am - 18:00 pm Saturday : 10:00 am - 18:00 pm Sunday : 10:00 am - 18:00 pm

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The largest Dali collection

In the heart of Montmartre, the Espace Dalí is the only place in France entirely dedicated to the master of Surrealism, with mostly sculptures and engravings of the Spanish artist.
Over 300 works of art are displayed at the Espace Dalí and show a fragment of all his artistic sides: sculptor, illustrator and even designer.
He spent a lot of time in Montmartre, the artistic district of Paris were countless artists still gather on Place du Tertre, also known as the Artists Square. Some artists are regularly invited at the Espace Dalí to draw a parallel between their work and the work of the Salvador Dalí.

Dali: in the shadow of his brother

Salvador Dalí is an emblem of Surrealism. He was born in 1904 in Figueras (Spain) and studied arts at the School of Fine Arts in Madrid.
Kicked out of this prestigious school after being accused of encouraging scholars to rebel against classicism, Dalí follows the advice of fellow artist Miró and joins the surrealist movement in France in 1928. 
The following year, Dalí exposes his first 11 paintings for the first time… With World War II raging in France, Dalí and his wife Gala leave to New York and in 1941, the Museum of Modern Art of New York (MoMA) exposes the first retrospective, followed by other major cities such as London and Paris.

Parisianist Fun Fact: His narcissism and notorious unstable temper are surely due to the fact that his parents never got over the death of his brother, diving the future artist the same name.

The Museum; Dali and Montmartre

The area where the Espace Dalí is located is not a coincidence. In 1920, Salvador Dalí fell in love with Paris and especially the Artist’s Square, always full of artists drawing and painting.
He therefore decided to live at 7 rue Becquerel, in the northern part of Montmartre. At that time, Montmartre still had some of the famous windmills, which were a great inspiration for his Don Quixote series of paintings.
The Espace Dalí is a relatively small museum which consists of 1 large space with different compartments, where some of Dalí’s most notorious works can be found.

Parisianist Fun Fact: When painting his Don Quixote series on the Artist’s Square (Place du Tertre), he explicitly asked for rhinoceros horns and bread soaked in ink.

Highlights: the sofa with Mae West's lips

Dalí always considered that art should invade life. Art materializes our unconsciousness, our desires, our fears and our joys which are usually soft and fragile.
With this in mind, Dalí decided to design furniture, like the lamp with crutches. But his most famous furniture design is the sofa in the shape of Mae West’s lips, which is visible at the Espace Dalí. Mae West was an American artist famous for her very sensual and plump lips. In fact Dalí designed furniture for a whole room using her face as a model.

Conclusion: a great stop in Montmartre

A stop at the Espace Dali is a great way to discover something new and interesting in Montmartre, and get away from the hordes of tourists on the Place du Tertre (Artist’s Square).
It will take you through the amazing and surreal world of the artist for about 1 hour before you get back down to the real modern Paris with pictures of melting watches in mind. 

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