Fans of Van Gogh Alive are in for a spectacular treat. The Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg just announced that a new traveling exhibit, Dali Alive, will become its tour of the US in the fall of 2022. Dalí Alive, from the creators of VAN GOGH ALIVE – the most visited multi-sensory experience in the world – will further redefine the way U.S. audiences connect with art and culture, engaging and inspiring guests to explore the life, art and triumphant accomplishments of Salvador Dalí.
Set to an evocative, curated musical score, a thrilling display of art and photographs burst from every surface; walls, floors, even visitors, to create a kaleidoscope of color and movement. Be transported inside the surreal visions and landscapes synonymous with Salvador Dalí.
Travel inside the wild works of Salvador Dali
Grande Experiences, the co-creator and producer of Dalí Alive, is a world leader in the creation, design, production, promotion, and installation of large-scale exhibitions and multi-sensory immersive experiences with broad cultural appeal along with engaging, entertaining, and educational content.
From concept to completion, Grande Experiences creates visually and technically stunning masterpieces and presents them around the world. Its experiences have been displayed 210+ times in over 165 cities, in 32 languages, across six continents, enthralling more than 20 million visitors.
An official debut in St. Petersburg is still TBA. But you can keep up with the news, and find out when Dali Alive arrives in your area by visiting the exhibitions official website.
The Salvador Dali Museum wrote the following when announcing the exiting exhibition:
“Exciting announcement! “Dalí Alive,” a new multi-sensory, immersive traveling experience celebrating the creative genius of Salvador Dalí will be available to U.S. audiences in the Fall of 2022. Stay tuned for the announcement of the World Premiere!”
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