Published in collaboration with the Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation,
Dali's World offers one of the most up-to-date and intriguing views
of the life and works of one of the world's most famous artists of
the 20th century. Augmented by the inclusion of facsimiles of over
20 documents from the archives of the Foundation, this beautiful
book takes the reader through the life of one of the leading lights
of the Surrealist movement. From his first forays into the world of
art to his visits to Paris and meetings with Picasso and the
Surrealists, Dali broke boundaries like few others, and themed
chapters look at his fascination with other artists and writers,
his collaborations with such giants as the film-makers Luis Bunuel,
Alfred Hitchcock and Walt Disney as well as his adherence to and
then expulsion from the Surrealist movement. Containing some rarely
and previously unpublished works, Dali's World culminates in an
examination of the legacy that Dali has left behind and how
successive artists have been influenced by him.
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