Opening this past August, and remaining open up until January 9th of next year, the High Museum of Art Atlanta will showcase the late works of Salvador Dali.Offering a collection of the artist’s greatest works (over 40 to be exact), the exhibit also contains sculptures, photographs and films, several of which, have never been revealed to the public. Dali often stated that his work represented the subjects of his time, and the Atlanta exhibit is exploring this context of the artist’s later work: “The exhibition considers for the first time the diverse body of work that Dal created in the last forty years of his career. Reinventing himself during the 1940s, Dal used his art to visually explore science, psychology, and religion” (quote provided by the High Museum of Art Atlanta).If you are a member of the museum, your tickets to the exhibit are free. However, nonmembers will pay 18 for an adult ticket and 11 for a child’s ticket (children 5 or under are free). Student and senior admission costs 15.Hours differ throughout the week. While the museum is open from 10am to 5pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, the venue is closed on Mondays. Meanwhile, alternative hours vary from 10am to 8pm on Thursdays and 12pm to 5pm on Sundays.