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Dalí, Ernst, Miró, Magritte…

Hamburger Kunsthalle


Surreal Encounters from the Collections Edward James, Roland Penrose, Gabrielle Keiller, Ulla and Heiner Pietzsch

With the major exhibition ‘Dalí, Ernst, Miró, Magritte…’ the Hamburger Kunsthalle is presenting more than 150 masterpieces of Surrealism (some have never travelled) from four of the most renowned European private collections of the 20th century. World-famous icons like the Mae West Lips Sofa (1938) and a four-meter-high folding screen designed by the young Salvador Dalí, thought-provoking images by René Magritte like Not to be Reproduced (1937), poetic form creations by Joan Miró and future-oriented pictorial experiments by Max Ernst.

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