Monday, 28 July 2014

Cubans Get a Dose of Surrealism at Dali Exhibit

Art appraiser Alex Rosenberg has spent decades hanging the forbidden fruit of Cuban art in New York galleries. This week, he opened the minds of Cuban art lovers by exhibiting a collection of the work of the surrealist painter Salvador Dali (1904-1989) in Havana. It is the first time a major collection of the Spanish-born surrealist has been shown on the island. The exhibit is entitled “Memories of Surrealism” and opened at the National Museum of Fine Arts.

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