Due to great success and popular demand, receiving thousands of visitors since its opening, the exhibition “Duchamp, Magritte, Dalí. Revolucionarios del siglo XX” has been extended until July 29th in the Palacio de Gaviria in Madrid. This will be the last chance to enjoy in Spain these masterpieces of Dadá and Surrealism that are on loan from the collection of the Israel Museum, Jerusalen. Up to 180 works in all media by Duchamp, Magritte and Dalí, but also Ernst, Tanguy, Man Ray, Calder, Picabia, Schwitters, Höch, Blumenfeld, Janco, and many others, the exhibition illustrates a period of brilliant and extraordinary creativity through masterpieces such as Le Château de Pyrénées (1959, Magritte), Surrealist Essay (1934, Dalí) and Main Ray (1935, Man Ray).
The exhibition is curated by international scholar Dr. Adina Kamien-Kadzan, Senior Curator of Modern Art at the Israel Museum, and is organized by the Arthemisia and Art Project S.r.l. along with the Cultura e Arte Foundation, in cooperation with The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, the City Council of Madrid, and the Israeli Embassy in Spain.
If you’re in Madrid, seize the moment to discover this amazing journey to one of the most exciting periods of the History of Art!