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Espace Dalí, Paris

Categories: Art Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.9/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web
Espace Dalí holds a collection of the great Surrealist artist's often overlooked sculptural works. This more an homage to the artist than a serious museum, with the majority of works reproductions. To find it, head up to Sacré-Cœur and stand facing it and take a left. Keep your eye out for small Dali signs. Using our custom trip planner, Paris attractions like Espace Dalí can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • It is a museum exhibit fewer compared to the Theatre-Museum in Spain and the small size. It is close to the gallery. But I was seen I love Dali sculpture.
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  • A small space, but arranged and illuminated in an excellent way. Hardly back to museums where we have been but this really deserves. Located outside the hustle of Montmatre, only costs 11:50 and on generally not any row and talking too much huddle inside. The most significant works of this visionary artist and eclectic there are, vale and like going to visit us!
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  • Exhibit of lithograph prints and sculptures. A little bit repetitive in nature. I guess I am not this kind of Dali fan! Over priced too! 
  • Very small, with art inspired by Dali. I like his style and am not an art museum fan, so I personally didn't mind those two factors at all, but some people might. The gift shop is very nice, though a little expensive. I probably won't visit again, but it wasn't a bad experience at all.
  • Dali's art goes beyond the comprehension of a normal person (including myself). The Espace Dali represents the evolution of the mastermind himself with his penchants as well as the steps of some of his pieces. Take a step back from the busy Paris outside of the place of our imagination.
  • Great collection of Dali surrealist art. Cost is €11/person, which is a bit high for the number of pieces they have, but the descriptions are all in English as well as French.
  • The biggest collection in France of the great surrealist talent Dali. But the scenography/curating of the exhibition can be improved...
  • Maybe I didn't do enough research but there are none of the famous paintings that I associated with dali. In fact there are mainly sculptures done on dali's behalf by other artists and prints of some of his works (none of which I recognised). It also comes off as something of an advert for glass making. It was still interesting but disappointing with these things in mind.
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