Havana’s National Museum of Fine Arts is set to open “Memories of Surrealism”, 95 lithographs of different sizes that make up 5 of Salvador Dalí’s series.
Throughout the 1960 and 1970 decades, Salvador Dalí created several engraving portfolios for outstanding New Yorker collector Alex Rosenberg with whom he struck up a friendship. The collaboration between Dr. Alex Rosenberg and Havana’s National Museum of Fine Arts has brought about the exhibition of 95 artworks, which include five series or engraving portfolios created by Dalí, who applied different printing techniques between 1930 and 1970: The Chants of Maldoror, The Divine Comedy, Memories of Surrealism, The Twelve Tribes of Israel and Dalí Interprets Currier and Ives, all of them belong to his personal collection and other private collections.
Thursday July 24, 4:00 pm
Universal Art Building. National Museum of Fine Arts
San Rafael entre Monserrate y Zulueta. Old Havana