Dalí: Painting & Film – Exhibition ends on January 6 at LACMA
Dalí: Painting & Film
on display until January 6, 2008 | Art of the Americas Building
Installation view, Dalí: Painting & Film.
Throughout his life and career, renowned surrealist Salvador Dalí maintained a deep connection with film as an artistic medium. He collaborated with movie greats such as Luis Buñuel, Alfred Hitchcock, and Walt Disney, and created works influenced by Cecil B. De Mille and the Marx Brothers. Dalí: Painting & Film, coming to Los Angeles, the epicenter of film, aims to illustrate the cinematic influences and elements that are present in Dalí’s work as well as the contribution he made to cinema. The exhibition brings together a variety of key pieces from Dalí’s oeuvre, incorporating painting, film, photography, sculpture, and texts.
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- Dalí: Painting & Film – Scenes from the exhibition with commentary from co-curator Sara Cochran.
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