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Painter, designer, and filmmaker Salvador Dalí (–) was one of the most colorful and controversial figures in 20th-century art. Painter, designer, and filmmaker Salvador Dalí (–) was one of the most gifted and charismatic figures, The Secret Life of Salvador Dalí is must reading. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web The Secret Life of Salvador Dali. Front Cover. Dial Press,

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Salvador Dali Museum, St. Petersburgh, Florida. Google Scholar Finkelstein, H. There really isn't any argument from me on those points at all. I am sure some of it wasn't. He did keep out of politics and the social issues of his time.

But his fervor for controversy and upheaval in the art and fashion world is unmatched by any other artist I have ever studied. His stories of visiting New York City were interesting and I am not at all surprised he was well-received there. I did believe there would be more eroticism in his writing and his life.

I am not sure why I believed this to be, but I was disappointed to find little of his sex life included here for my hungry appetite. I read this book in order to learn something I did not know, something that I could use in my own art perhaps. I do not think that happened for me. But sometimes the unconscious at work gives us what we least expect, so time will tell.

But the book is definitely worth reading, if only to learn that even geniuses can believe in a Catholic god, or any god for that matter, which is something I doubt I will ever understand. There are desperate times that call for desperate measures and I too have sought comfort in a belief that would get me through my days.

I have professed from time to time my own faith in God, been born-again a time or two, but in reality the stuff just doesn't take for me long-term. Yes, my ass has been on fire and the hope of redemption has been satisfying. But the truth is I don't believe a word of it.Everything which I miss living at every instant, everything that I am wasting at present, all the ineffable congealed cascades of sensation and emotion which escape me at this moment without my even being aware of it, this whole treasure of life, of time which I am losing, one day I shall find again, with a fresh wonder, in a new and real terrestrial paradise.

Mustaches must be frequently washed, as is done so instinctively by the animals who wear them. I learned from the first couple of chapters that the less I know about Dali, the better.

Nevertheless I irresistibly paint like Dali, which is already enormous, for of all contemporary painters I am the one who is most able to do what he wants —and who knows if some day I shall not without intending it be considered the Raphael of my period?

It feels bloated with run on sentences but pleasingly punctuated with interesting illustrations. In the summer every year while staying at his summer retreat in Cadaques, he sent Picasso a postcard with the same message: For Dali, this extravagance is combined with constructing an artistic event out of a momentary impulse.

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