The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. shutterstock 423629467

    Dalí’s California Days on Display in New Exhibit

    The clocks are turning backward … and melting. It’s a little-known piece of the Spanish legend’s history that Salvador Dalí spent much of the 1940s waiting out World War II and its aftermath in Monterey, California. Now, thanks to a local collector, more than 570 of the mustachioed artist’s works are on display at a Monterey history museum, the largest Dalí collection on the West Coast. Organizers are also hoping to boost the struggling museum with Surrealist dinner parties like Dalí used to throw nearby.

This story is part of The Presidential Daily Brief

view full edition