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DALI

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Painter, sculptor, writer, filmmaker and a true showman, Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) was one of the most exhibitionist and eccentric characters of the 20th century . A pioneer in introducing the ideas of Freudian psychoanalysis into art, he is famous in particular for his surrealist practices, with ideas such as soft clocks and the lobster telephone, which have become icons of the surrealist movement and of modern art in general.

Dalí used to describe his paintings as "hand-painted dream photographs" . The precise representation of bizarre elements and their incongruous arrangement create an exciting tension and interest. He himself explained that he painted with "the desire for the most imperialistic precision", but only "to systematize the confusion and contribute to the total discredit of the world of reality".

With his peculiar mustache, he revolutionized the role of the artist by representing a controversial character in the public sphere and creating works that, in addition to being seen on the walls of galleries, could be consumed in the field of graphic arts, fashion, advertising, writing and film.

This book uncovers Dalí's paintings and personality, showcasing not only his technical prowess but also his provocative compositions and thought-provoking themes, such as death, decadence, and eroticism.

Author: Gilles Neret
Binding: Hardcover
Format: 21 x 26 cm
Pages: 96
Spanish Language