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14/06/2013

Sorrento. Mostra di Dalì, l´inaugurazione. I VIDEO

Su Positanonews TV i video della presentazione di Lucio Esposito in basso alcuni video. A Sorrento oggi l'inaugurazione della mostra di Dalì. E' un inconfondibile orologio molle in piazza Veniero a Sorrento ad annunciare che la cittadina della penisola sorrentina sta per essere invasa dall'arte di Salvador Dalì. Sono oltre 100 le opere del maestro del surrealismo che potranno essere ammirate da oggi (e fino al 29 settembre) nella mostra ''The Dalì Universe Sorrento'', a Villa Fiorentino.

La mostra, ospitata dalla Fondazione Sorrento, è stata anticipata in questi giorni in giro per la città, con tre sculture in diverse piazze. Sono la 'Donna in fiamme', alta più di tre metri e mezzo, 'Omaggio a Tersicore', pesante oltre 500 chili e mai esposta fino ad oggi, e 'Profilo del tempo', la cui figura dell'orologio sciolto su un ramo richiama 'La persistenza della memoria'.

L'esposizione offre al pubblico la possibilità di avvicinarsi agli aspetti meno noti del lavoro del grande artista, scoprendo opere ancora poco conosciute: sculture in bronzo, oggetti in vetro, oro, collages e raccolte grafiche di Dalì illustratore. Tutte opere posizionate all'interno ed all'esterno di Villa Fiorentino con l'intenzione di rivelare la fonte di ispirazione del genio di Salvador Dalì, per promuovere la comprensione della vita e dell'arte del maestro iberico.

A trademark melting clock in Sorrento's Piazza Veniero announces an exhibition of Salvador Dali's works which opened in the coastal city on Thursday. Some one hundred works by the master of surrealism will be showcased until September 29 as part of The Dali' Universe Sorrento in Villa Fiorentino.

Sponsored by Fondazione Sorrento, an early taste of what was to come was provided over the past few days in a number of the city's squares by three sculptures set up ahead of the inauguration of the exhibition: the over three-and-a-half-metre high ''The Woman Among the Flames'', ''Homage to Terpsichore'', which weighs over 500 kilos and had never before been exhibited, and ''Profile of Time'', with its shape of a melting clock on a branch reminiscent of ''The Persistence of Memory''. Ticket price is 5 euros, and the event offers the public the chance to see less well-known aspects of the famous artist by discovering works of relative obscurity. Bronze sculptures and creations in glass and gold, collages and rare graphics by Dali' the illustrator will be placed inside and outside of Villa Fiorentino with the express aim of showing the source Salvador Dali's inspiration in order to promote understanding of his life and art. This exhibition route will enable visitors to delve into the labyrinth of Dali's mind and admire the creative results of his boundless imagination. The exhibition was curated by the Stratton Foundation President Beniamino Levi, someone who has worked very closely with Dali's artistic production and came into contact with the artist and his entourage on numerous occasions since the 1960s, as well as meeting with him on a personal basis in his homes in Paris, New York and Spain. The exhibition highlights in particular two aspects of the work of the Catalan master: three-dimensional sculpture and graphics illustrating important literary themes.

The variety of works exhibited in Sorrento also sheds light on the diverse techniques and materials explored by Dali'. Space is set aside specifically for the collaboration between Salvador Dalì and the prestigious French glass factory Daum Cristallerie, from which glass sculptures were created - a material which Dalì felt offered alongside plastic the perfect means to ''express metamorphosis''. In addition, there are a series of original collages of mystic tarot cards and some surrealist furniture. ANSA 

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