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Friday 8 March 2019

Just surreal. Discover Dali at d'Arenberg

It is fair to say that the great 20th-century artist Salvador Dali was a little eccentric. As is d'Arenberg winemaker Chester Osborn. 

It makes sense, then, that d'Arenberg is to host a Salvador Dalí Art Exhibition; to be shown at the McLaren Vale winery from March 9 through May 31.

Art is presenting a major exhibition and sale of 23 Salvador Dalí bronze sculptures and graphic artworks, which will subsequently tour throughout Australasia.

The collection is valued at over $6 million and has been exhibited in major cities and museums worldwide. 

It is on loan from the Dalí Universe in Switzerland.

Founded in 1912, d’Arenberg has firmly established itself as a world-class winery. The opening of the d’Arenberg Cube in December 2017 saw the winery expand from the traditional cellar door to immersive food, wine and art experiences, including the formation of a contemporary art gallery, the Alternate Realities Museum, located on the ground floor. 

Complementing the Dalí exhibition, d’Arenberg is holding a gala event on April 6, inspired by the Rothschild Surrealist Ball in 1972, where distinguished guests such as Salvador Dali and Audrey Hepburn explored the boundaries of their imagination. 

Guests will be encouraged to explore the five levels of the d’Arenberg Cube, including the Dali  collection, while enjoying a selection of canapes, wine and creative cocktails, as artistic performers bring the story of surrealism to life. 

Tickets to the d’Arenberg Cube Surrealist Ball can be purchased online via

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