Tag Archive: Salvador Dalí

Modern Couples: Art, Intimacy and the Avant-garde at the Barbican

“Now there was a time when they used to say, that behind every – great man, there had to be a – great woman” Annie Lennox famously sang in Sisters are doin’ it… Continue reading

Dalí: Poetics of the Small, 1929–1936

  From 9 September to 9 December, 2018, The Meadows Museum SMU Dallas will present an exhibition dedicated to Salvador Dalí’s works. The exhibition follows fascinating research undertaken upon the Meadows’ 2014 acquisition… Continue reading

Irving Perfect Penn at Le Grand Palais

  The Grand Palais, in Paris, currently hosts a major Irving Penn retrospective running until 29 January 2018. Penn is regarded as one of the greatest photographers of all time, and this exhibition… Continue reading

Dalí / Duchamp at the Royal Academy

  Dalí / Duchamp, on view at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, is the first exhibition to juxtapose the art of two masters of the 20th century : Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968)… Continue reading

IBIZA BOHEMIA by Maya Boyd, produced by Renu Kashyap and ASSOULINE

  The latest addition to the Assouline publications is Ibiza Bohemia by Maya Boyd and Renu Kashyap. Exploring the multiple sides of the legendary Spanish Mediterranean island and the characters that make the… Continue reading


  TASCHEN, founded as a small comic shop in Cologne, Germany in 1980, is today renowned as the world’s leading publisher of illustrated books. Their twice yearly warehouse sale offers open copies from our… Continue reading

Meret Oppenheim Fur Bracelet

German-born Swiss Surrealist artist and photographer Meret Oppenheim  was wearing the fur bracelet she made in 1936 when she first met Pablo Picasso and Dora Maar. It’s stunning. This piece led to probably her most-famous… Continue reading

Palais Galliera Musée de la mode dissects its collection

  Olivier Saillard curates Anatomy of a Collection, an exhibition running until 16 October at Palais Galliera Musée de la mode in Paris. Saillard is probably one of the most innovative and brilliant French… Continue reading

Ferragamo explores the relationship between art and fashion in Tuscany

  The relationship between art and fashion has always been a “love and hate-one”. Next May, Fondazione Ferragamo and Museo Salvatore Ferragamo will focus on these interactions and showcase works from the Salvatore art collection… Continue reading

Alice in Wonderland at The British Library

  To celebrate 150 years of the publication of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The British Library presents Alice in Wonderland an exhibition that explores the origins and fascination for the famous 1865 novel… Continue reading