A large-scale retrospective of Salvador Dali, counting of more than a hundred and fifty works – paintings and graphic – will open in the Faberge Museum on April 1. These are works of the heyday of the artist’s glory, created by him in the 1930s, and later works of the 1980s. Among other, the guests of St. Petersburg will see the picture “Geological Echo. Pieta”, that is based on the sculpture “Pieta” by Michelangelo, and other works inspired by the heritage of this sculptor, as well as a series of illustrations of Dali to the” Divine Comedy “by Dante and to Benvenuto Cellini’s autobiography. The paintings for the exhibition are provided by the “Gala – Salvador Dali” Foundation, and from the other museums and private collections. The exposition “Salvador Dali: Surrealist and Classic” will be open until July 2.