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by Dawn Ades,Fiona Bardley

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  • ISBN 1854372599
  • ISBN13 978-1854372598
  • Language English
  • Author Dawn Ades,Fiona Bardley
  • Publisher Tate Gallery Pubn (April 1, 1999)
  • Pages 268
  • Formats lit doc mbr lrf
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory History and Criticism
  • Size ePub 1343 kb
  • Size Fb2 1937 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 687

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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Fiona Bradley, Dawn Ades. 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.

Dawn Ades, Fiona Bradley, Salvador Dalí: a mythology, Tate Gallery Publishing, London, 1998, p. 56, p. 109 (detail).

a panorama of his art, The Salvador Dali Museum, Cleveland, 1974, p. 150. Roland Penrose, 80 años de surrealismo : 1900 - 1981, Polígrafa, Barcelona, 1981, p. 65 (indirect image). Dawn Ades, Fiona Bradley, Salvador Dalí: a mythology, Tate Gallery Publishing, London, 1998, p. Dalí, Bompiani,, 2004, p. 129. Dalí & film, Tate Publishing, London, 2007, p. 45.

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Salvador Dalí: A Mythology, Tate Gallery Liverpool, 24 October 1998–31 January 1999; Salvador Dalí Museum . David Lomas, ‘The Metamorphosis of Narcissus: Dalí’s Self-Analysis’, in Dawn Ades and Fiona Bradley, Salvador Dalí, A Mythology, London 1998, p. 8–100.

Salvador Dalí: A Mythology, Tate Gallery Liverpool, 24 October 1998–31 January 1999; Salvador Dalí Museum, St. Petersburg, Florida, 5 March–24 May 1999, n. 3. Surrealism: The Untamed Eye, Norwich Castle Museum, July–November 1999, catalogue n., reproduced in colour, . 4. R. Goff, Salvador Dalí, Paris 1998, p. 4–5.

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Salvador Dalí : a mythology. Dawn Ades, Fiona Bradley. Mythology in France 1925-1945, Jennifer Mundy self-portraiture and identity - the mythology of Dali, Robert Lubar Dali's use of Jean Francois Millet's "L'angelus", Fiona Bradley Dali and Oedipus. More). 1. 2. The Allen Institute for Artificial IntelligenceProudly built by AI2 with the help of our.