The Dalí Theatre-museum presents an exposition that shows the collaboration between Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney working together on a short movie.
Although is hard to believe, these two visionaries worked together for a while in 1946, the project was a short movie called Fate. Dali’s job was to create several drawings for the movie.
Fate was inspired by a Mexican song of the artist Armando Dominguez. The song emphasize the fact that how we wait for the fate to appear in our lives while the time just goes by.
The exposition shows 27 drawings and different pictures of Dalí during the working process, Walt Disney and his wife visiting Portlligat in 1957 and Dali working in the Disney factory in Burbank (California).
Dali’s drawings have many references to Empordà (north Catalonia) landscape, as well as double images. The combination of Disney drawings and Dali’s surrealist job creates a dream world. A part from the exposition it’s also possible to watch the short movie which will be visualized constantly
Luxury Trips Spain offers private guide and transportation to Figueres, visit to the exposition and visit to Dali’s summer house in Cadaqués with lunch in a seafood restaurant in this charming fisherman village.
The Luxury Team