“Without Gala, I would be nothing, she is my oxygen, she is the one who discovers and brings me all the essences which I transform into honey in the hive of my mind.” Salvador Dali The Château des Baux-de-Provence presents an exhibition of photographs, highlighting the personal and artistic journey of Gala, muse and companion of Salvador Dalí for over fifty years. For the first time in France and through some thirty large format photographs, the exhibition retraces the hectic life of Gala, a major figure in modern art. An exhibition that resonates with “Dalí, the endless enigma”, an immersive digital exhibition of the Carrières de Lumières. Gala, photographed by big names in photography like Man Ray or Cecil Beaton, surrounded herself with intellectuals and artists throughout her life. She will take part in the artistic turn of the first half of the 20th century. Thejourney, through photographs of Gala and her entourage (Salvador Dalí, René Char, René Crevel, Paul Eluard, Max Ernst…) and reproductions of paintings by Salvador Dalí and Max Ernst, offers the visitor a free stroll through...
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