Dali: Painting and Film
This exhibition brings together more than one hundred major paintings, photographs, drawings, and films by Salvador Dalí to explore the central role of cinema in his work as both an inspiration and an outlet for experimentation. His collaborations with legendary filmmakers, including Luis Buñuel, Walt Disney, Alfred Hitchcock, and the Marx Brothers, are exhibited alongside his paintings to show the way ideas, iconography, and pictorial strategies are shared and transformed across mediums. The exhibition extends into MoMA’s theaters, with screenings of popular and avant-garde motion pictures Dalí treasured, those that he made, and those created by his fellow Surrealists.
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