Not only of samba and football lives Brazil, after a busy season because of the World Cup, now happens in São Paulo the exhibition of the Catalan painter Salvador Dali (1904/1989).
The exhibition is a tribute to the painter and makes a retrospective of one of the biggest names in surrealism of recent times, consisting of 135 works of the painter.
Visitors can follow the production of Dali since 1920 until the end of his career, observing his artistic evolution in different interpretations.
Salvador Dali is known as one of the most important names of surrealism, art movement heavily influenced by the theories of Sigmund Freud neurologist that emphasizes unconscious.
Dali was a complete artist and besides of painter was designer, illustrator, filmmaker and scenographer.
For art lovers and followers of the work of Salvador Dali worth checking out the exhibition that will be in Sao Paulo (Brazil) until January 11, 2015 Tuesday to Sunday from 11am at 8pm in the “Instituto Tomie Ohtake” (“Institute Tomie Ohtake”) the entry is free.