At San Marcello al Corso the “Dali's Christ” Exhibition

On Monday 13 May, at 6pm, at the church of San Marcello al Corso, in Rome, the much-anticipated exhibition entitled "Dalì's Christ in Rome" will open to visitors. This is the third exhibition of ‘The Heavens Opened’ series of artistic events, scheduled for the cultural journey towards the Holy Year. It can be visited, free, until 23 June 2024.


Salvador Dalì's famous painting, ‘Christ of Saint John of the Cross’ (1951), housed in the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, Scotland, will be exhibited for the first time alongside an artwork  closely linked to it, from which Dalì took inspiration for his masterpiece, namely the ‘relic drawing of the Crucified Christ’ (1542-1591) sketched by Saint John of the Cross himself, who according to tradition drew the image after a mystical revelation. This latter work is normally kept in the saint's reliquary at the Monasterio de la Encarnación in Ávila

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