Dalí | Exhibition Album

An itinerary in pictures of the Dalí retrospective at the Pompidou Centre, consisting of a selection of his major works accompanied by brief descriptions.

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Salvador Dalí
Topics
Fine arts

Description

Dalí remains a paradox: remarkable figure of modern art history, he is certainly one of the most popular artist whose artworks have become icons. He definitely left a mark on the history of surrealism through his inimitable paintings, and the unprecedented method he used to investigate the unconscious, commonly known as the paranoiac-critical method.
Extravagant and seen as crazy by most people, Dalí remains a controversial artist, often criticized for his ham acting, his love of money and his provocative political position. Dalí is by nature an anti-hero.

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Collective
Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
Dimensions
269 mm x 269 mm x 6 mm
Number of pages
60
Number of illustrations
60
EAN
9782844265883

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