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Dali in person will be at the London Biennale

Jose Van Roy Dalì, Salvador Dalì's son will be the perfect ambassador for the most international art exhibition planned in London for 2013.The first edition of the London Art Biennale takes place in January 2013 and there will be artists that have been exhibited in some of the most important museums in the world as well as emerging artists who have been selected for their talent.
2013 is an exciting year for contemporary art as London confirms itself as a center and magnet for global creativity. Jose Dalì will be the ideal ambassador for the 130 artists selected from all around the world by international museum and gallery professionals - artworks from China to Brazil and from the USA to Iran.
Admittance to the exhibition is free to the public and during the show there will be a charity auction including the sale of an artwork by Jose Dalì. All proceeds of this auction will go to the Rotary Club’s“End Polio” Charity and the Salvation Army Charity.
The London Biennale 2013 is an exciting museum quality exhibition that promises to shed light on contemporary art from different cultures and continents - a must see exhibition that allows for the comparison of different ideas, thoughts and beliefs expressed in the one form, art.
The London Art Biennale is solely dedicated to works on canvas, sculptures and drawings. This prestigious art exhibition will take place startingon January 23 at the King's Road, Chelsea.
The Chelsea Old Town Hall was designed by John Brydon in 1885, an architect who was commissioned to very important projects including the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Memorial Hospital, the Victoria Art Gallery in Bath and the Government Offices Great George Street in London.