1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "salvador dalí"

  2. In need of a few laughs? Check out John Malkovich recreating famous scenes from photographic history.

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  3. "I don’t do drugs. I am drugs." - Salvador Dalí, who was born on this day in 1904. 

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  4. I don’t do drugs. I am drugs.

    Salvador Dalí

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  5. From Picasso to Dalí and Basquiat, discover the top 300 most popular artists in January. 

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  6. DALÍ

    This week, we’re throwing the spotlight on Dalí with an incredible auction of over 40 artworks by the Surrealist master Salvador Dalí

    The artist was known as much for his fantastical, surrealistic imagery as he was for his unconventional, eccentric lifestyle that blended seamlessly with his artwork. This exciting, curated selection includes works by Dalí in a range of media, including prints, sculptures, and photographs.

    Dive into the world of Dalí on artnet Auctions. 

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  7. I don’t do drugs. I am drugs.

    Salvador Dalí 

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  8. Dance Of Time

    Meant to echo the fluidity of time, the undulated form of this melted clock captures the surrealistic imagery so beloved and continuously employed by Salvador Dali.

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  9. Salvador Dalí

    Dance of Time is a stunning bronze and gold patina sculpture by eccentric Spanish artist Salvador Dalí, who is equally as well-known for his Surreal artwork as he is for his personality and grandiose behavior!

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  10. Spring Explosive

    Eccentric Spanish artist Salvador Dalí (1904–1989) is as well-known for his artwork as he was during his time for his personality and grandiose behavior. 

    Pictured: Spring Explosive (1965). Find it on artnet Auctions.

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  11. Lincoln in Dalivision

    Lincoln in Dalivision was created in a way that only Salvador Dalí could have perceived.

    At first glance, we see the image of Gala gazing into the horizon, but a new image appears when we take a step back; the piece transforms into a blurred but unmistakable portrait of Abraham Lincoln! 

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  12. Dalí Stolen From Gallery

    A thief was caught on camera stealing a $150,000 Salvador Dali painting, Cartel des Don Juan Tenorio, from The Venus Over Manhattan gallery on Tuesday. 

    The gallery is owned by collector Adam Lindemann, who is also a writer for The Observer. 

    • 2 years ago, 
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  13. Dalí Atomicus

    Philippe Halsman’s Dalí Atomicus explores the idea of suspension, depicting three cats flying, water thrown from a bucket, an easel, a footstool and Salvador Dalí all seemingly suspended in mid-air.

    Halsman reported that it took 28 attempts to be satisfied with the result! This is the unretouched version of the photograph that was published in LIFE magazine.

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  14. The World Got Weirder in 1904

    I don’t do drugs. I am drugs.” - Salvador Dalí

    Eccentric Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dalí was was born in Figueres, Spain, on May 11, 1904. 

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