Dalí Foundation to contest DNA ruling

Court has given go-ahead for artist's body to be exhumed in paternity case

Pilar Abel, who claims she is the artist's daughter, outside the Dalí museum. Photo EFE

The foundation which manages the estate of Salvador Dalí says it will contest a court decision to exhume his body for a DNA test. A judge in Madrid made the ruling last week in a case brought by a Gerona woman who claims the artist, who died in 1989, was her father.

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