Dalí: The Late Work features important work created by the Spanish artist between 1940-1983. Some pieces have not been seen in decades, most notably “Santiago El Grande” and “Assumpta Corpuscularia Lapilazulina,” not publicly viewed since 1959. Atlanta magazine had this to say about the show and Marquand-produced exhibition catalogue designed by Jeff Wincapaw:
In short, Salvador Dalí: The Late Work…is an outside-the-box exhibition that should make Atlantans once again grateful to have a world-class art museum within footsteps of home…Art lovers can pick up the gorgeous, authoritative official catalog of the show published by the High Museum of Art and Yale University.
To whet your palate, watch this 1941 newsreel of a classic Dali dinner party:
For exhibition highlights full details click here.