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Exhibit: Dalí—Poetics of the Small, 1929–1936

Where:  Meadows Museum at Southern Methodist University
5900 Bishop Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75205
When:  Sep 9 - Dec 9
10am–5pm Tue–Sat; open until 9pm Thu; 1–5pm Sun.
Price:  $12 adults; $8 seniors; free for children 11 and younger. Free each Thu from 5–9pm.
Phone:  214/768-2516
Map:  Click for map
The Meadows Museum at SMU presents the first in-depth exploration of the small-scale paintings of Salvador Dalí (1904–1989).

The exhibition will include nearly two dozen of Dalí’s small-scale paintings which reflect Dalí’s distinctive Surrealist style—with familiar but distorted figures often set against a dramatic or barren landscape.

The project also includes a technical study of a selection of these paintings by Claire Barry, director of conservation at the Kimbell Art Museum, which continues the work she first performed on The Fish Man three years ago.

This research aims to provide a better understanding of Dalí’s artistic technique and working process during the 1930s, which is considered in correlation to the artist’s small-format paintings.

This venue is wheelchair accessible.

This event or venue can accommodate children with special needs.

Contact the education department at or 214/768-3980 to learn about the variety of accommodations the museum can make for visitors with special needs.
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