Dalí at MoMA
How's this for a visionary glimpse of the future back in 1929? It's Salvador Dalí's Illuminated Pleasures, with TV/computer screens everywhere! Dalí: Painting and Film, an exhibition organised by Tate Modern in collaboration with The Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation and first shown in London, opened today at MoMA in New York. As this is the most interesting exhibition Tate Modern has put on in years, it should go well in the Big Apple. Find it in the Joan and Preston Robert Tisch Exhibition Gallery, on the 6th floor, until 15 September. CLICK for my preview of this exhibition at Tate Modern.