Salvador Dalí

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Now that is surreal … famous Dalí sculptures to hit streets of English market town
Shrewsbury hails unexpected coup of loan of major works by Spanish surrealist

Vanessa Thorpe Arts and media correspondent

23, Apr, 2023 @10:00 AM

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Ready to plunge in? The rise and rise of immersive art
Thousands are flocking to hi-tech shows of work by Van Gogh, Dalí and, from next month, David Hockney, in London. What makes these exhibitions so fascinating – and popular?

Peter Conrad

28, Jan, 2023 @2:55 PM

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Hitler’s watercolours are best ignored, but you have to reckon with the power of Eric Gill | Martha Gill
A planned show featuring works by the evil and corrupt has caused outrage, but it asks some useful questions

Martha Gill

16, Oct, 2022 @5:30 AM

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Objects of Desire review – surreal lobster phones and a seaside sleazorama
A lamp in the form of a life-size horse, a chair made of soft toys, a lips settee begging to be bonked on – this delightful orgy of bad taste highlights perverse surrealist design from Dalí to today

Jonathan Jones

11, Oct, 2022 @11:01 PM

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London exhibition to examine surrealism’s influence on design
Design Museum show to look at how movement revolutionised arts from furniture to fashion

Harry Taylor

17, Jul, 2022 @11:01 PM

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Spanish masterpieces united in Bishop Auckland’s ‘Prado of the north’
Unlikely north-east setting for Salvador Dalí’s Christ of St John of the Cross and El Greco painting

Mark Brown North of England correspondent

07, Jul, 2022 @4:01 PM

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Enigmatic, transgressive, gleefully queer: the 1970s cult film you’ve never seen
Warhol and Dalí loved it – but Luminous Procuress, Steven Arnold’s trippy sex film, was never widely released. Now on Blu-ray, it offers a rare glimpse into the artist’s esoteric world

Ryan Gilbey

08, Jun, 2022 @9:13 AM

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Amanda Lear: the androgynous muse to Dalí who made disco intellectual
The subject of a new documentary, who is also portrayed in an upcoming Dalí biopic, scorned modelling as ‘immoral and stupid’, turning instead to a lifetime of underrated, high-minded pop

Angelica Frey

01, Jun, 2022 @6:25 AM

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High anxiety: film, music, games and art for the paranoid
From Dalí’s eerie streetscape to the fearful little crewmates in Among Us, our critics recommend culture for the irrationally threatened

Jessica Kiang, Christine Ochefu, Keza MacDonald, Brian Logan and Jonathan Jones

11, Apr, 2022 @9:00 AM

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‘Audiences will be delighted’: major Picasso exhibition set for Melbourne in June
The National Gallery of Victoria’s exclusive show will also feature more than 100 works from Picasso’s contemporaries

Sian Cain

04, Mar, 2022 @12:00 AM

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Surrealism Beyond Borders review – A raging sea of glorious strangeness
Forget Dalí and Magritte. This sprawling survey captures the extraordinary scope of a global artistic explosion, from fantastical feminists to black power activists to Vodou painter priests

Adrian Searle

22, Feb, 2022 @5:34 PM

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Recovered and restored: the surrealist masterpiece thought destroyed after fascist raid
Tanguy’s Fraud in the Garden was vandalised in the 1930s, but analysis confirms that painting bought in the 1980s is the real thing

Dalya Alberge

23, Jan, 2022 @10:00 AM

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