View 12 museum-sized Salvador Dalí sculptures in Beverly Hills on your own or on a docent-led tour from Galerie Michael.
This summer, instead of ducking into a museum to see one of LA’s hottest art exhibitions, head to Beverly Hills instead. The largest outdoor showcase of Salvador Dalí sculptures in the United States is yours to see, for free, in the luxury-laden heart of Beverly Hills through September 23.
Dalí Exhibit at Two Rodeo Drive—co-organized by Two Rodeo Drive, Galerie Michael and Andrew Weiss Gallery, with a sponsorship from the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau—comprises 12 museum-sized and monumental bronze sculptures, all on loan from the Stratton Institute. See stunning pieces like Persistence of Memory, Saint George and the Dragon (pictured above) and The Unicorn, among others.
View a timelapse video of the Salvador Dalí sculptures
For an in-depth look at the collection, call 310.873.3801 and reserve a spot on one of Galerie Michael’s docent-led tours, offered Saturdays and Sundays. Tours are complimentary, but a percentage of sales from purchased sculptures is earmarked for children’s medical charity Operation Smile, and donations to the charity are encouraged, so bring your checkbook.
Find more info. on the exhibit, lovebeverlyhills.com