Pubol is a small village on the Costa Brava, specifically located in the Baix Emporda de la Pera, in the province of Girona. This village, along with Cadaques and Figueres, forms the so-called Daliniano triangle. It’s a very small town, to such an extent that 2005 only 141 inhabitants were counted. The artist Salvador Dali purchased Pubol Castle as a gift to your lover, wife and Muse Elena Diakonova Gala in 1962; She lived in the castle with him until his death in 1982, date in which the King Juan Carlos I appointed Dali Marquis of Pubol. If Barcelona tourism series, you won’t be difficult to get close to this historic town, especially if you stay in an apartment in Barcelona Center, from where you can catch a train to the Costa Brava and will arrive in less than two hours. The temporary exhibition Alchimie des philosophes currently there are uan temporary exhibition at the Museum that will be on view until Dec. 31.
The series which is exposed, Alchimie des philosophes, was inaugurated by Daniel Giralt-Miracle, art critic, by Montse Aguer, Director of the Center for Dalinian studies, and Juliette Murphy, an expert in fine art prints of the Dali Foundation and curator of this exhibition. It’s the first exhibition of graphic works by the artist and is carried out in Pubol because it allows to evaluate the results of research of these features. The sample consists of 15 parts: 10 prints that make up the series Alchimie des philosophes, a work of the year 1976, 2 original plates engraved by Salvador Dali and the exhibit with the same title that contains two volumes and engravings on the inside as well as the tools of drypoint the artist used. You can visit the castle building has three floors articulated from a high central courtyard and Strait and the facade has to be placed in the period of maximum splendor of the barony of Pubol: second half of the 14th century and early 15th century.