After the intervention project that has been taken in the work Portrait of Joella by Salvador Dali, this important surrealist object returns to the Collection galleries.

Portrait of Joella, is a pictorial intervention of Salvador Dalí on a portrait of the gallerist´s wife, Joella Bayer in 1933. It is a work in full development of his paranoiac-critical method, a proposal to allow associations of images with their hidden meanings, often related to sexuality and death.

This video, produced by the Museum, collects the interesting conservation process carried out, in which those responsible for the intervention explain the study's findings.

A study of the work Portrait of Joella by Salvador Dalí

May 2015
Video The Collection