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‘Surrealistic’ Suit Against Museum over Dalí Persona

The Spanish foundation that administers the intellectual property rights of famed surrealist Salvador Dalí is suing a Monterey, CA, museum that displays a permanent Dalí exhibition and uses the artist’s name and likeness to promote it.

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Things are getting surreal in the San Francisco courtroom of U.S. Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler. The Spanish foundation that administers the intellectual property rights of famed surrealist Salvador Dalí is suing a Monterey, CA, museum that displays a permanent Dalí exhibition and uses the artist’s name and likeness to promote it. Fundacio Gala-Salvador Dalí v. Dali at 17 Mile Drive LLC, 3:18-cv-04067.

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