NEW YORK (AP) - Sixteen monumental bronze sculptures by Surrealist artist Salvador Dali will be exhibited in the public spaces of New York’s Time Warner Center.
“The Vision of a Genius” will run from Nov. 3 to April 30, 2011.
Times Warner Center says it’s presenting the exhibition to enrich the cultural experience of its visitors. The center has an upscale shopping mall and hotel.
Among the highlights is the 16-foot “The Persistence of Memory” and the 11-foot “Woman Aflame.” They’re owned by Italian modern art expert Beniamino Levi.
The exhibition also features 40 Dali drawings and paintings. They belong to Enrique Sabater y Bonany, the late artist’s private secretary from 1968 to 1981.
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