RALEIGH, N.C. — A collection by famous Spanish artist, Salvador Dali, is on display in Raleigh.
His works have been presented all over the world, and were brought to an art gallery in The Village District by someone close to Dali.
Dali grew up in Spain in the 1900s and was known for exploring subconscious imagery. One of his most famous pieces, “The Persistence of Memory,” shows a melting pocket watch which many believe represents the relativity of space and time. The painting has been referenced in The Simpsons, Futurama, Doctor Who, Sesame Street and many more pieces of pop culture.View Entire Article »