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Dalí exhibition at the Reina Sofía museum, extended hours until September 2

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Salvador Dali geopoliticus

There are few days left, only until September 2, to see the great events of the exhibition season in Madrid, dedicated to Salvador Dali, which you can visit in the Reina Sofia Museum.

And there has been so much demand, that in recent days it has extended time to visit Dalí's exhibition, closing at 11 p.m. on weekdays, and even at 1 a.m. on August 30 and 31.

Dalí He has become a great protagonist in the spring and summer of Madrid with this exhibition in which they are shown more than 200 works from important institutions and private collections.

Among them are the three main institutions that preserve the legacy of the Empordà artist, the Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation from Figueras, the Salvador Dalí museum in St Petersburg from Florida, and the Reina Sofía Museum itself.

The motto of the Dalí's exhibition at Reina Sofía is All poetic suggestions and all plastic possibilities, and you can see it on the third floor of the Sabatini building from the Madrid museum.

Enter the works that are exhibited, stand out The Persistence of Memory, courtesy of him New York MOMA, wave Narcissus metamophosis, of the Tate Modern London.

The sample has as main core the Dalí's surreal stage, although works from his first era are exhibited, such as the Portrait of my father and Girl at the window, made in 1925.

You can also see the iconic Buñuel's portrait wave Neocubist Academy.

From his great surrealist stage, with his paranoid-critical method, famous works such as The great Masturbator, The Persistence of Memoryor William Tell.


The Great Masturbator of Salvador Dali

The visiting hours of Dalí's exhibition at the Reina Sofía museum in Madrid (c / Santa Isabel 52) are now in these last days, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 10 to 23 hours, and on Sundays, from 10 to 19 hours. Keep in mind that the Reina Sofía museum closes every Tuesday of the year, including holidays.

The ticket prices they are, if only to visit the Dalí exhibition and other temporary, 8 euros, and if you also want to see the entire museum collection, 10 euros.

The admission is free to the Reina Sofía museum, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, from 7 pm to 9 pm; Fridays, from 7 pm to 11 pm; and on Sundays, from 3pm to 7pm. Free tickets can be collected at the ticket office from half an hour before the scheduled time

On the other hand, at any time they can enter free of charge with accreditation, under 18 and university students, as well as citizens of the European Union and Ibero-American countries over 65, pensioners, unemployed, young or disabled card holders.

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