The Dalí Museum’s galleries consist of the James Family and Hough Family wings. The former houses the museum’s permanent collection, and the latter is where you’ll find rotating exhibits.
Through October 30, 2022, the museum is featuring "The Visit," showcasing works by the Uruguayan-Spanish artist Yamandú Canosa, who blends the influences of Surrealism and contemporary art.
“Paul Éluard: Poetry, Politics, Love,” running through January 8, 2023, explores the world of one of the founders of Surrealism, the French art movement whose poetry celebrated dreams, love and freedom.
The Dalí has a couple of exhibits fusing art and technology. The first is “Dalí Lives,” where an AI version of Salvador Dalí discusses his life and inspirations. The second is “Dreams of Dalí in Virtual Reality,” where visitors step inside a VR version of “Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s ‘Angelus.’”