Dali available in Paperback
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- Haus Publishing
Salvador Dali is the central figure in surrealism and one of the most eccentric artists of the modern age. This is a psychologist's take on this extraordinary life.
About the Author
Linde Salber is a Doctor of Psychology. She teaches at the University of Cologne and specialises in the psychological analysis of artists' lives and their work.
Table of Contents
|Self-dramatisation from the beginning: the exaltation of his early years (1904-1922)||1|
|A holy trickster: how to study art (1922-1928)||20|
|The riddle of the sur-real: unknown horizons of reality (1929-1939)||42|
|Shaman of the moderns: transatlantic artfulness (1939-1948)||68|
|New York/Paris/Port Lligat: Spanish renaissance (1948-1959)||86|
|On top of his world: between pop art and pomp art (1960-1969)||104|
|The grand drama: living and dying in a total work of art (1970-1989)||122|