Dalí Theatre-Museum

Pep Iglesias. Arxiu Imatges PTCBG

Dalí’s masterpiece: the largest surrealist object in the world.

  • Pep Iglesias. Arxiu Imatges PTCBG

The Salvador Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres, where Dalí chose to create his museum, is considered the largest surrealist “object” in the world. Paintings, drawings, engravings, sculptures, installations, jewellery, photographs, holograms, stereoscopic images, etc. make up the permanent collection spanning his artistic career from the earliest to the later works, running through futurism, impressionism and, of course, surrealism.

The museum also houses works from Dalí’s own private collection.

Other spaces containing works by the great master of surrealism include the Salvador Dalí Museum-House in Portlligat, Dalí’s only fixed abode where he lived and worked on a regular basis; the Gala Dalí Castle Museum-House in Púbol; and the Dalí·Jewels space in Figueres.