Dali’s illustrations to the poem “The Divine Comedy” are presented in the museum space.
An exhibition of Salvador Dali’s illustrations created for Dante Alighieri’s “Divine Comedy” poem was opened at the Kyiv Art Gallery.
In the 1950s, Dali was commissioned to illustrate the Divine Comedy. So he created 100 watercolors, one for each of the hundred songs of the poem. The corpus of illustrations is a unique example of the artist’s book graphics.
50 works of the artist are presented in the museum.
The exposition is complemented by thematic installations and video series.