The deck was originally created for the 1970s James Bond film Live and Let Die, starring Roger Moore and Jane Seymour, but it never appeared in the picture.
An audacious thief managed to snatch a Salvador Dalí etching off an easel at a San Francisco art gallery.
“Space Venus,” a $2.8 million sculpture by the famous surrealist, was found missing its shiny egg on Sunday morning. The theft might bring an end to an annual public art project dedicated to Dali’s sculptures.
A new book shows it is time to realize a movie script conceived by Salvador Dalí and the Marx brothers in 1937.
Two exhibitions at the Baltimore Museum of Art revel in the unique strangeness of one’s mind.
Word and Image at the Dallas Museum of Art emphasizes just how varied the art and technology of print can be.
The Dalí Foundation has their sights on the Monterey museum devoted to the Spanish Surrealist and unlike the case in Spain, which the foundation lost, this may be different.
Dalí’s Freudian delusions of love might make you feel better if you’re having a lackluster Valentine’s Day.
For the first time, an exhibition explores these artists’ friendship and the visual parallels within their distinct work.
The results of a paternity test carried out after the artist’s remains were exhumed in July show that María Pilar Abel Martínez is not his daughter.
On Thursday night, Dalí’s body was exhumed from his crypt in the Salvador Dalí Theater-Museum so that DNA could be collected to carry out a paternity test.
A judge in Madrid has ruled that the artist’s body must be exhumed in order to carry out a paternity test.