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Salvador Dalí. A Mythology

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Published to accompany a major exhibition of his work, in Liverpool and St Petersburg, this study presents Salvador Dali’s engagement with myth, legend and belief. Focusing mainly on the 1930s and early 1940s, during his involvement with the surrealist movement, it explores his illustration and adaptation of clasical, popular and Catholic narratives, his fascination with stories in collective ownership and his determined appropriation of them for the self-consciously orchestrated story of his own life. The book is edited by the exhibition’s selectors. It examines Dali’s work with myth from various historical, theoretical and mythological perspectives, with essays by acknowledged scholars including David Lomas, Robert Lubar and Jennifer Mundy. Fully illustrated with paintings, drawings, objects and prints brought together from the collections of the Tate Gallery and the Salvador Dali Museum, and from other major collections (private and public).

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Editorial

Tate Gallery

Estado

Bueno

Idioma

ISBN

9781854372598

N√ļmero de p√°ginas

168

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