19 - 22 September 2024 - Prince's Square Launceston, Lutruwita / Tasmania

Memories of Surrealism

dAda mUse

  • WED 20 - FRI 22 | 10am - 4pm + SAT 23 | 10am - 5pm + SUN 24 | 10am - 4pm
  • FREE
  • Drop in/out
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  • Salvador Dali’s Memories of Surrealism series of etchings and colour lithographs were produced in 1971. This exhibition provides a glimpse into Dali’s eccentric and creative mind, using the strange juxtaposition of objects to provoke and confuse. Memories of Surrealism recounts the power of imagination and the significance of dreams.

Free Event
DADA MUSE d Ada m Use image Julien Durix portrait of Salvador Dali Amy Bartlett 1
Visual Art

dAda mUse is Tasmania’s new gallery, located in Launceston. The Surrealist Art Museum is the home of Australia’s largest collection of Salvador Dalí works on paper. The dAda mUse building is one of Launceston’s most historically noteworthy buildings. Located on Cimitiere Street, the 1842 Johnstone and Wilmot building has been carefully renovated to retain historical features while providing new spaces including the art museum.

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