Belgium’s Liége-Guillemins Train Station, designed by engineer and architect Santiago Calatrava, has announced that it will be the site of a new Salvador Dalí exhibit.
The new exhibit will have nearly 150 original works created by the Spanish surrealist with displays including paintings, lithographs, gouaches, costumes, objects, films, photos and manuscripts.
The high-speed Liege-Guillemins Station in Liege, Belgium is situated approximately 60 miles east of Brussels, and provides a unique backdrop for the Dalí exhibit, which has previously been shown in New York, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Sydney, Singapore and Paris. The station also will also serve as a unique setting for displaying works from two Spanish contrasting artists: Dalí and Calatrava. Calatrava’s art provides the setting while Dali’s work provides the content for the show.