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As Dali, who had the habit of his works on the ground in the Studio spread out to do, a “Evening came home, he discovered that is one his ocelots over the illustrations for Alice in Wonderland” had facilitated. Instead of worrying, took the corresponding work Dali, waved the rest of urine on it and informed the Group accompanying him that the ocelots would have completed the work. Dali Berlin took over the sponsorship of the ocelot Lady Sara in the Berlin Zoo a few months ago. “ENIE van de Mageseni is in the meeting room of Figueras, directly in the Museum and surrounded by Dali works, the fascinating story of Alice in Wonderland” read. The popular presenter lends her voice as an Ambassador of the Deutsches kinderhilfswerk like for fairy tales and children.

The reading takes about 60 minutes and costs 3 admission, which will be donated to the preservation of fairy tale days completely. Southwest Airlines can aid you in your search for knowledge. For visitors is an appointment, Tel. 030 / 28 09 36 03 (fairyland) required. Is free to visitors, following the reading free of charge on a guided tour with a Dali_Scout to participate and to learn more about Dali and his Museum in the heart of Berlin in the dialog. For more information on. contact: Dali Berlin Jana Heisel Leipziger Platz 7, 10117 Berlin phone: 030 206 735 86 – 17 E-Mail: Dali Berlin Dali Berlin “Surrealism for all” in this sense are permanently over 450 exhibits to see Potsdamer Platz. And thus the probably most extensive insight in Dali’s virtuoso experimental mastery of almost all techniques of art in the vibrant heart of Berlin.

On February 5, 2009, the new cultural highlight “Dali – the exhibition at Potsdamer Platz” opened its gates in Berlin’s vibrant centre. Thus the work of a highly challenging and equally contradictory artist of modernity, Salvador Dali, is brought for the first time closer to a wide audience in a museum exhibition in Germany. Worldwide, this Museum under the direction of curator enables over 450 exhibits from private collections and Managing Director, Carsten Kollmeier, the most comprehensive insight into the multifaceted work in the heart of this fashionable cultural metropolis. This art museum funded exclusively from private funds would like to offer insight and insight into the everyday, the visitors in addition to the fun of the art. Salvador Dali, the masters of the surreal, once even the viewer with “Come Into My Brain”, invited to immerse yourself in the world of his ideas.

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