DaliBerlin presents the new trailer of Berlin, 01 April 2011. How to get the moustache on the Brandenburg Gate? DaliBerlin presents the new trailer of the story of the birth of the DaliBerlin "tells logos. Dreamed by the Director and curator, Carsten Kollmeier, implemented by Suzi Zimmermann and creative advice from Stephanie Glockner. Dali himself would have felt certainly comfortable in this complex and quite surreal town. It went also to describe why we have chosen this fascinating city of Berlin as a location for our Museum. Dali and Berlin merge in this animated short film. ", says Carsten Kollmeier, initiator of the Museum.
"Come into my brain", once even invited Dali: follow the butterfly and experience the city in a surreal way. See you, worldwide known as the Quadriga as a reminiscence of the soft time"melts to the drawers at the Alex, the Berlin TV Tower, open and Dali fans remnants of the Berlin wall in a la East side Gallery used as a canvas have. As always at the master of Surrealism is not everything at first glance here, too. "Click on one of the two links and look for yourself: as Dali, Salvador Dali is the exhibition at Potsdamer Platz" now already two years as cultural highlight in middle part of the colorful landscape of Berlin. The metropolis has become a home for the art of the eccentric universal genius. The dalieske trailer is not only a tribute to the actor of surrealism, but also to the city of Berlin, which is home to the Museum, with its permanent exhibition as up-and-coming cultural hub.
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