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What’s blooming at The Dalí this spring?

Take a peek at the museum’s latest exhibit, Reimagining Nature: Dalí’s Floral Fantasies, before it opens this weekend.

A plate with a floral design by the artist Salvador Dalí.

This is just one of the pieces included in the “Reimagining Nature: Dalí’s Floral Fantasies exhibit.”

Photo by The Dalí Museum

You might not think of floral designs or botanical prints when you think of Dalí. But you should.

This weekend, head to The Dalí Museum to check out the latest exhibit: “Reimagining Nature: Dalí’s Floral Fantasies.” On display from Saturday, May 18 through Sunday, Oct. 20, the collection “showcases flowering plants reimagined by Salvador Dalí,” according to a release.

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Surrealism, the exhibit brings together the legendary artist’s oil paintings + three suites of images based in the tradition of botanical prints, archival materials used for inspiration, and Dalí’s designs for fashion advertising (like a Vogue magazine cover image of a flower-headed woman).

Spring into action

The Dalí is also offering a whimsical wealth of events to take in the beauty. Here’s a selection from the bouquet:

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