Annals of Surrealism: Dali's Folly

Annals of Surrealism: Dali's Folly
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Abstract Salvador Dali spent considerable time in New York in the 1930s, cultivating an audience and a market. These efforts culminated at the 1939 World's Fair in a giant Surrealist folly containing a grotto with erotic all-female tableaux vivants, some of them staged underwater.
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Pages 71-73
Author Lewis Kachur
Related Artist Salvador Dali
Keyword Surrealism
Artist's Nationality Spanish
Language English
Issue Art in America - October 2003
Publication Art in America

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