In May 2019, once again we will welcome a collection of spectacular Dali sculptures in Vancouver. Among them two large-scale bronze sculptures, to be placed on public display for the enjoyment of all locals and guests to the city. Before landing in Vancouver in early May, the sculptures will have traveled over 20,000 kilometres. Read more about the journey

Come and visit our new art works

Now that our Definitely Dali 2018 exhibition has come to an end, we are focusing more on our other masters, Miro, Picasso and Chagall. Visit us to see our newest acquisitions in the gallery.

Joan Miro, Pygmees sous la lune

Definitely Dali 2018 – New Exhibit

From May two large-scale original Salvador Dali sculptures are placed on public display for the enjoyment of all visitors. One of the new sculptures, Woman Aflame, stands tall at nearly 12 feet, 3.60 meters high at Hornby and W. Hastings Streets. Dali Woman Aflame

PUBLIC UNVEILING
MAY 5th, 2018, at 2 pm

Lot 19, at Hornby and West Hastings Street

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Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver has given a new temporary home to Salvador Dali’s sculpture, Dance of Time, exhibited in the magnificent lobby.

Dance of Time - Fairmont

The exhibit is sponsored by Les Clefs d’Or BC Region and
Prestige Maps Publications.
It is on public display in the hotel, 900 West Georgia St.
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New Dali Exhibit at Oakridge Centre

We are happy to announce, our extended Salvador Dali exhibition has opened at Oakridge Centre. The archway, leading to the exhibit, and the Mae West lip-sofa, made specifically for this event, create a unique experience for visitors. 

You can also win a DALI EXPERIENCE to St. Petersburg, Florida and a VIP tour of the Dali Museum! To enter, you just Instagram a photo of your favourite Dali art piece at Oakridge Centre using hashtag #definitelydali with @oakridgecentre and @chalirossoartgallery for a chance to win.

Make sure you visit the extended Definitely Dali at Oakridge Centre until 1st of October. The exhibition is located in the Oakridge Centre’s West Galleria.

Exhibit