Some of the scheduled events
for the Centennial Celebration:
Salvador Dalí: A Dream of Venus (June 2003 through September 2003), Queens
Museum of Art, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, New York. Photographs and a
partial reconstruction of the 1939 world’s fair pavilion, designed and
painted by Dalí.
Joan Fontcuberta: Imaginary Gardens, Mapping Dalí’s Landscape (September
12, 2003 through January 4, 2004) Dalí Museum, St. Petersburg, Florida.
Fontcuberta is making a series of large-format, digital images derived
from computer processed elements of Dalí’s imagery.
Dalí Centennial: An American Collection (January 9, 2004 though August 1,
2004), Dalí Museum, St. Petersburg, Florida. Collection and new material
from its archives that have never been displayed before as well as new
acquisitions, rarely displayed pieces and two stereoscopic paintings on
loan from the Fundación Gala-Salvador Dalí in Spain are the features of
Persistence and Memory: New Critical Perspectives on Dalí at the
centennial (March 18-20, 2004), Dalí Museum, St. Petersburg, Florida. The
first American conference on Dalí’s work.
Dalí: A Retrospective (February 2005 through May 2005), Philadelphia
Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Dalí: A Retrospective (September 10, 2004 through December 31, 2004),
Venice, Italy. The centennial exhibition that will explore Dalí’s artistic
Dalí and Mass Culture (June, 2004 through August 2004), the Ludwig Museum,
Cologne, Germany, will examine the importance of the commerce between the
Catalan and Paris avant-garde in the generation of surrealism.